Almasdi Syahza, Besri Nasrul, Suwondo, Mitri Irianti, Geovani Meiwanda
The development of the agricultural sector for coastal communities, especially on peatland plays an important role in the structure of the regional economy. In Riau province, there are potential peatlands of approximately 64% of the total land area, that support the local people’s lives, especially for agriculture. These peatlands also have various ecological functions such as flood and global climate controls. This study was carried out through a survey using the developmental research method and the data were collected with a participatory rural appraisal (PRA) approach. The food crops cultivated on the peatland were rice, corn, and cassava, and were carried out for the first 2-3 years. Furthermore, long-term crops such as rubber, sago, and coffee were also planted. The results showed that the use of peatland with an economic value has a positive impact on its management. Therefore, this effort is capable of preventing the occurrence of land fires.
Citation: Syahza, A., Nasrul, B., Suwondo, S., Irianti, M., Meiwanda, G., (2021). Efforts to Prevent Land Fires through the Use of Potential Peatlands in Coastal Areas. Journal of Physics: Conference Series, Volume 2049, Number 012095. https://doi.org/10.1088/1742-6596/2049/1/012095
Nawari, Almasdi Syahza, Yusni Ikhwan Siregar
Implementing community-based mangrove forest management (CBMFM) with a carbon credit system is a potential way to reduce the degradation. This management model is also in line to support the achievement of sustainable development goals (SDGs). The analysis results showed that the current management was yet optimal, due to the lack of sustainable management dimensional practices, including human, natural, and financial resources. The strategy to reduce the current management gap is as follows: (1) Increasing the capacity of human resources for managers and institutions; (2) Application of collaborative management; (3) Accountable budgeting; (4) Preparation of an integrated management plan; and (5) Technology management.
Citation: Nawari, N., Syahza, A., Siregar, Y.I., (2021). Community-Based Mangrove Forest Management as Ecosystem Services Provider for Reducing CO2 Emissions with Carbon Credit System in Bengkalis District, Riau, Indonesia. Journal of Physics: Conference Series. Volume 2049, Number 012074. https://doi.org/ 10.1088/1742-6596/2049/1/012074
Nur Azlina, Edi Erwan, Anwar Efendi Harahap, Desmiyawati, and Almasdi Syahza
The aim of the present empowerment study was to utilize and process palm fronds with silage technology as cattle feed and cattle feces as biogas. The service method was the Participatory Action Research and the development of practical knowledge in understanding the social, economic, cultural, and environmental conditions of society. The results showed that palm frond silage could be used as ruminant feed due to its smooth texture and low pH. Additionally, biogas with a capacity of 6 m3 can be produced from cattle with a maximum number of 5-6 cattle. The conclusion of this public service is that by utilizing palm fronds in the ration can be used cattle feed. As well as cattle feces can be used biogas to reduce people’s living costs especially for ration feed and gas.
Citation: Azlina N., Erwan, E., Harahap, A, E., Maulida, Y., Desmiyawati., Fati, D, N., and Syahza, A. (2021). Implementation of Silage and Biogas Product by Empowerment Village Society in Rokan Hulu Regency, Riau Province. Review of International Geographical Education (RIGEO), 11(5), 5038-5046. https://doi.org/10.48047/rigeo.11.05.37810.48047/rigeo.11.05.378
Enni Savitri, Tatang Ary Gumanti, Almasdi Syahza, and Nik Herda Nik Abdullah
The market value of a public company reflects the expectations of investors. It is influenced by many factors, both internal and external to the company. This study aims to analyze whether intellectual capital moderates the effect of the debt-to-equity ratio and earnings per share on the market value of equity. A set of historical data was collected and analyzed based on a sample of 114 manufacturing companies listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange from 2017 to 2019. This study uses moderated regression analysis to test proposed hypotheses and a robustness test to examine the sensitivity and consistency of the study results. The findings show that the debt to equity ratio affects the market value of equity, whilst earnings per share does not affect the market value of equity. The analysis also shows that intellectual capital could strengthen the effect of the debt to equity ratio on the market value of equity. In contrast, intellectual capital could not strengthen the effect of earnings per share on the market value of equity
Citation: Enni Savitri, Tatang Ary Gumanti, Almasdi Syahza and Nik Herda Nik Abdullah., (2021). The market value of equity of manufacturing companies during the COVID-19 pandemic. Investment Management and Financial Innovations, 18(4), 1-11. https://doi.org/10.21511/imfi.18(4).2021.01
Fitri Hariyanti, Bekti Indasari, Almasdi Syahza, Zulkarnain, Nofrizal
Countries in the world including Indonesia agreed to continue development by carrying out the concept of Sustainable Development Goals. Many environmental problems that occur in Indonesia and the world are the result of activities carried out by companies and by households. These cause a development system that is needed not only to pay attention to economic and social aspects but also to environmental aspects. To know about the success of development in the environmental field, a disparity analysis is needed to be done by measuring the gap in environmental conditions between provinces in Indonesia using the Environmental Disparity Index. The impact of uneven development between Western Indonesia and Eastern Indonesia also affected the environmental conditions in the two regions. The environment of Eastern Indonesia was still better than Western Indonesia.
Citation: Hariyanti, F., Indasari, B., Syahza, A., Zulkarnain., Nofrizal., (2021). Environmental Disparity Index (EDI): The New Measurement to Assess Indonesia Environmental Conditions for Supporting Sustainable Development. Jordan Journal of Biological Sciences, Volume 14, Number 3. Available: http://jjbs.hu.edu.jo/files/vol14/n3/Binder14n3.pdf.
Mohamad Zainuri, Yusni Ikhwan Siregar, Zulkarnain, Almasdi Syahza
The research aims at analysing uncontrolled social behaviour impact of self-management scheme on Oil Palm Plantation Sustainability in Riau Province, Indonesia. The method used in this research is a survey method. The research was carried out in Rokan Hulu, Kampar, and Siak Regency of Riau Province. A descriptive analysis was used to describe uncontrolled social behaviour. The findings also revealed that there was a correlation between uncontrolled social behaviour (economic and social behaviour) and the sustainability of the ecology of the oil palm plantations. The better the social behaviour, the better the ecological condition is. On the other hand, the worse the social behaviour, the worse the ecological condition is.
Citation: Zainuri M, Zulkarnain, Siregar Y, I, and Syahza A. (2021). Uncontrolled Social Behaviour Impacts of Self-Management Scheme on Oil Palm Plantation Sustainability in Riau Province. Review of International Geographical Education (RIGEO), 11(5), 3318-3328. https://doi.org/10.48047/rigeo.11.05.221