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Lumen Veritatis: Jurnal Filsafat dan Teologi
The implementation of todays forest management that based on formal-scientific knowledge and technical knowledge seems to fail to protect the forest from deforestation and the environmental damage. Decolonialisation of western knowledge could give an opportunity to identify and find the knowledge and practices of indigenous people in sustainable forest management. Forest management based on the indigenous knowledge and practices is believed easy to be accepted by the indigenous community due todoi:10.30822/lumenveritatis.v10i1.209 fatcat:yqw5wpe2tbhulkb6a7ailveo3i