PENDUGAAN KONSUMSI KAYU DALAM MENDUKUNG PENGELOLAAN HUTAN LESTARI

Lutfy Abdullah, Endang Suhendang, Herry Purnomo, Juang R. Matangaran

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Pendugaan konsumsi kayu sangat penting dilakukan untuk mengukur tingkat produk kayu yang dipanen dan digunakan oleh masyarakat. Salah satu cara untuk mendapatkan informasi tersebut, dapat dilakukan dengan pendekatan tinjauan sistematis atas penelitian yang telah dilakukan sebelumnya untuk mengetahui metode yang berkembang dalam menduga tingkat konsumsi kayu dan dampaknya terhadap pengelolaan hutan lestari. Bahan penelitian berupa laporan, prosiding dan jurnal ilmiah terkait metode pendugaan penggunaan produk kayu. Hasil penelitian menunjukkan bahwa terdapat 253 penelitian yang berkaitan dengan kata kunci metode pengukuran tingkat konsumsi produk kayu oleh rumah tangga yang dipublikasikan dalam bentuk 20 laporan, 2 tesis dan 231 jurnal. Namun demikian, hanya terdapat 46 artikel dan laporan dan dipublikasikan pada jurnal yang terindeks global. Berdasarkan hasil penelusuran pustaka, kemudian dilakukan simulasi penggunaan produk kayu pada tingkat/skala nasional, industri dan rumah tangga. Hasil simulasi menunjukkan bahwa dugaan  konsumsi kayu  berdasarkan  skala sangat bervariasi. Namun  demikian, penggunaan pendekatan rumah tangga sangat mudah untuk dilakukan verifikasi.

    

Kata Kunci


Konsumsi kayu; rumah tangga; metode tinjauan sistematik

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