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研究生:Agung Dwi Sutrisno
研究生(外文):Agung Dwi Sutrisno
論文名稱:在適應能力框架下評估當地對採礦後計劃的偏好
論文名稱(外文):Evaluating Local Preferences for The Post-mining Plan Under an Adaptive Capacity Framework
指導教授:李俊鴻李俊鴻引用關係
指導教授(外文):Chun-Hung Lee
口試委員:陳韻如林政德林宜幸吳海音
口試委員(外文):Yun-Ju ChenCheng-Te LinYi-Hsing LinHai-Yin Wu
口試日期:2023-06-27
學位類別:博士
校院名稱:國立東華大學
系所名稱:自然資源與環境學系
學門:環境保護學門
學類:環境資源學類
論文種類:學術論文
論文出版年:2023
畢業學年度:111
語文別:英文
論文頁數:124
中文關鍵詞:適應能力礦業後期規劃當地偏好選擇實驗重要性績效分析參與意願
外文關鍵詞:adaptive capacitypost-mining planninglocal preferenceschoice experimentimportance performance analysiswillingness to participate
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為減少對礦業周圍社區生活的干擾,讓周圍社區做好應對礦業關閉造成的影響準備是至關重要。增強這些社區的適應能力將有助於減輕政府或礦業公司未來的負擔。然而,適應能力尚未被納入礦業後續規劃政策中。本研究旨在為當地社區的礦業後續規劃開發一個適應能力框架。該框架採用了重要性表現分析(IPA)和選擇實驗(CE)方法進行開發。研究結果對當地社區對於適應能力框架下的礦業後續規劃的偏好和態度提供了有價值的洞察。選擇實驗的結果顯示,金融資本的獲取、就業機會、社區合作、信息傳遞和社區機構等屬性對當地社區非常重要並受到重視。教育背景在塑造適應能力屬性偏好方面起著至關重要的作用。重要性表現分析突出了金融資本的獲取、就業機會、社區合作和信息傳遞等屬性的重要性。教育背景在塑造偏好方面發揮作用,而收入和社區參與等因素可能影響較小。下一個發現表明,適應能力框架提供了一種全面的方法來建立在礦業後續情境中適應和繁榮的能力。這突顯了持續傳播礦業後續規劃信息、優先考慮資本和原礦場地的使用、促進合作和創造就業機會的重要性。同時,應減少提高技能的努力,並將努力重新分配到社區機構建設、建立信息中心和改善社區聯繫等更重要的領域和計劃。通過採用這個框架,社區有望增強其韌性和有效應對變化情況的能力。
Preparing communities around mines to face the impacts of mine closures is crucial in order to reduce disruptions to their livelihoods. Building the adaptive capacity of these communities will alleviate the burden on governments or mining companies in the future. Unfortunately, adaptive capacity has not yet been integrated into post-mining planning policies. This research aims to develop an adaptive capacity framework for post-mining planning in local communities. The framework was developed using the Importance Performance Analysis (IPA) and Choice Experiment (CE) method. The research findings provide valuable insights into local preferences and attitudes towards post-mining planning under an adaptive capacity framework. The CE results reveal that attributes such as access to financial capital, job opportunities, community collaboration, information dissemination, and community agency are highly significant and valued by local communities. Educational background plays a crucial role in shaping preferences for adaptive capacity attributes. The IPA highlights the significance of attributes such as access to financial capital, job opportunities, community collaboration, and information dissemination. Educational background plays a role in shaping preferences, while factors such as income and community involvement may have less influence. The next findings indicate that the adaptive capacity framework provides a comprehensive approach to building the capacity to adapt and thrive in post-mining situations. This highlights the importance of continuing to disseminate post-mining plan information, prioritizing access to capital and former mine sites, fostering collaboration, and creating job opportunities. Simultaneously, efforts to increase skills should be reduced, and reallocation of efforts towards community institutions building, establishing information centers, and improving community bonds should be prioritized in more important fields and programs. By adopting this framework, communities are expected to enhance their resilience and ability to effectively respond to changing circumstances.
Acknowledgments v
Abstract vii
Table of Contents x
List of Tables xiii
List of Figures xv
List of Abbreviations xvii
Chapter 1 Introduction 1
1.1. Motivation and purpose 1
1.2. Dissertation Outline 4
Chapter 2 Literature Review 7
2.1. Post-mining Management 7
2.2. Post-Mining Regulation in Indonesia 8
2.3. Post-Mining and Local Development 10
2.4. Adaptive Capacity 12
2.5. Dimensions of Adaptive Capacity for Post-mining Communities 14
2.5.1. Asset that people can draw upon in times of post-mining 14
2.5.2. Flexibility to change strategy in facing post-mining 14
2.5.3. Social Organization (ability to organize and act collectively in the face of post-mining) 15
2.5.4. Learning to recognize and respond to change when facing post-mining 15
2.5.5. Agency (institutions to determine whether to change or not face post-mining) 15
2.6. Post-Mining Plan with Adaptive Capacity Program 15
Chapter 3 Methodology 19
3.1. Research Framework 19
3.2. Research Area 21
3.3. Important Performance Analysis 24
3.4. Choice Experiment 29
3.5. CE application in communities around mining 31
3.6. Research Design 32
3.6.1. Attribute and level 33
3.6.2. Questionnaire Design 36
3.6.3. Hypothetical Scenarios 37
3.6.4. Data survey 39
Chapter 4 Results and Analysis 41
4.1. Demographic Characteristic 41
4.2. Analysis of local preferences on adaptive capacity based on RPL model 44
4.3. Latent Class Analysis of Local Preferences on Adaptive Capacity 46
4.4. Welfare Estimation 47
4.4.1. Welfare Effect 47
4.4.2 Welfare Under Hypothetical Future Scenarios 49
4.5. Preference Heterogeneity in the RPL Model 50
4.6. Comparison of Importance and Performance Levels for Adaptive Capacity Dimensions 54
4.7. Comparison of I-P Levels for the Adaptive Capacity Indicator 55
4.8. IPA Matrix of Adaptive Capacity Dimensions 58
4.9. IPA Matrix of Adaptive Capacity Indicators 59
Chapter 5 Discussion 63
5.1. Enhancing Adaptive Capacity in Post-Mining Communities: Insights from CE 63
5.2. Enhancing Adaptive Capacity in Post-Mining Communities: Insights from IPA 64
Chapter 6 Conclusion and Recommendation 69
6.1. Conclusion 69
6.2. Suggestion, Recommendation and Action Plan 70
References 81
Appendix 95
Appendix A. Stakeholder Interviews Results 97
Appendix B. Stakeholder Interviews Summary 110
Appendix C. Orthogonal Design 116
Appendix D. Pre-test Questionnaire 117
Appendix E. Formal Questionnaire 120
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