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Reformulation of Regional Development Strategy to Strengthen Marine Sector in West Java, Indonesia

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Sustainable development in West Java Province is basically a development strategy that provides a kind of threshold on the rate of utilization of natural ecosystems and natural resources in it. This threshold is not absolute but is a flexible boundary that depends on technological and socioeconomic conditions regarding the utilization of natural resources, and the ability of the biosphere to accept the impact of human activities. In other words, sustainable development in West Java is a strategy for exploiting natural ecosystems in such a way that their functional capacity to benefit the lives of human beings is undamaged. Broadly speaking the concept of sustainable development has four dimensions: ecological, socio-economic-cultural, socio-political, and legal-institutional.
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