SUSTAINABILITY LEVEL OF POST COAL MINE MANAGEMENT IN BANJAR, SOUTH KALIMANTAN-INDONESIASufrianto, Emmy Sri Mahreda, Idiannor Mahyudin and Hamdani Fauzi
Open coal mining contributes to non-tax and tax state revenues, both the District and City, Province and Central Government in the form of royalties, employment and encouraging the growth and development of the economy of the community around the mine. Open coal mining in addition to having an impact on economic growth, also has a large impact on environmental damage. This study aims (1) to analyze the level of sustainability of post-mining management; (2) leverage attributes of the sustainability of post mining management. The research method used a multidimensional scaling (MDS) approach, and Rap-PCMS (Rap fish modification). The results of the study showed that the level of sustainability of post-mining management was 47.66% (categorized as less sustainable), the sustainability of ecological dimensions was 49.17%, the economy was 44.29% and social was 47.48% which was categorized as less sustainable. There are 3 sensitive attributes that affect the sustainability index, namely: 1) plant percentage, 2) livelihood communities of post-mining, and 3) population migration.