Analysis of Environmental Management Strategy Based On Life Cycle Analysis In Coal Companies That Won Proper Emas In 2019-2021
Keywords:cradle to gate, mid point, hot spot, innovation program, stakeholders, Sustanability competitive advance. Iso 26000, SDGs
This study aims to determine the limitations and application of life cycle analysis in the mining industry as well as recommendations for innovation programs and strategies in supporting environmental performance improvements that have an impact on the acquisition of “Proper emas”, the role of internal and external stakeholders as well as the relationship to the implementation of ISO 26000, especially the environment, governance and good operating practices and achievement of environmental SDGs indicators number 6,7 12 and 13.The data used in this study consists of primary data from coal mining companies receiving Proper Emas for 2019-2021, secondary data from sustainability reports, and annual reports of the companies studied. The research object was 4 (four) coal companies getting Proper Emas and sample was selected using a purposive sampling method in order to obtain 12 respondents were interviwed. This study uses descriptive qualitative analysis. The results of the study show that the scope limitations on coal mining use cradle to gate and are still limited to midpoint criteria covering only direct impacts such as carbon emissions produced, hot spots in the coal mining industry are material removal, especially the use of heavy equipment and the fuel used. The innovation program focuses on hot spots and has succeeded in significantly reducing carbon emissions. The role of internal stakeholders is the key to success in implementing environmental improvement strategies and successfully having an impact on the implementation of the core subject of ISO 26000 environment, good governance and operating practices, and the achievement of SDGs 6,7, 12, and 13
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