Regulation of Law Enforcement in Prevention and Handling of Fire Forests in Environmental Hazards
Keywords:Law, Forest, Fire, Environmental Hazards.
Forest is an ecosystem that provides oxygen, wood and a place to live for a variety of flora and fauna and
places where interactions between plants (flora) and animals (fauna) are present. But in its development,
environmental pollution carried out by most humans that can cause environmental damage, especially
forests continue to occur with a variety of motives and types. Environmental damage is getting worse. This
condition has directly threatened the life of ecosystems in the forest. One example of forest destruction by
human activity is exploitation of natural resources by burning the forest. Forest fires have a wider impact on
society, both local, national and international communities. Areas of Indonesia that have many forests with
variations in community behavior are quite prone to fires. Knowledge about natural phenomena in the form
of forest fires does need to be disseminated to the community. This is important, in order to avoid the impact
of the danger caused by the fire.
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