The Law on Plant Protection, an Effort to Save Indonesia's Earth: A Review of International Publications
Enforcing Indonesia's earth protection laws, saving forests from global emissions is the goal of our systematic review. Forest saving that will be achieved properly is closely related to forest and environmental conservation laws. We made an effort to understand it through a review of publications that sought field evidence from multiple sources. Since this study was a review, we chose descriptive analysis and reporting methods. We selected 50 publications to review between 2005 and 2020. However, what we make as representations are ten publications via Google Scholar search, Google Doc, and text editing assistance with the premium Grammarly app. Search modes include "law enforcement", "forest conservation", "international journal", and others. The data analysis process involves understanding the topic of the study problem and then analyzing the coding system before taking an answer adhering to the validity and reliability of the findings—an overview of the practice of qualitative data analysis in health education and social research. "The result is that the application of Indonesia's protection law has become the collective concern of developed countries. This can be seen from the commitment of the world community to the government's difficulty in implementing laws to save forests from supplying global emissions.