SUSTAINABLE MANAGEMENT STRATEGY OF CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS MINING IN JENEBERANG RIVER, SOUTH SULAWESI
Mining activities in Jeneberang River carry out to fulfil construction materials demand of Gowa Regency and Makassar City. In the recent years mining activities are under strong pressure to comply with good environmental practice. The issue of sustainable development is becoming increasingly important for the mineral extraction. Analysis of four dimensions (social, economic, environmental, and institutional) indicates that currently, management sustainability of mining categorized as quite sustainable with index value 54.28%. Therefore, objective of this study is to formulate strategy of the sustainable management based on scenarios considering key attributes to increase the index value. The sustainability index and key attributes were conducted by Multidimensional Scaling (MDS) analysis. Meanwhile, to define future states of the scenarios were analysed by prospective analysis. Result of leverage analysis in Multidimensional Scaling indicates that 18 out of 43 attributes are categorized as sensitivity attributes of the sustainability. Based on prospective analysis, the selected scenario for developing the management sustainability is moderate scenario. There are seven key attributes affecting the sustainability. The scenario will take place if the key attributes develop positively in order to increase from 54.28% to 60.48%.