IMPLEMENTATION MODEL OF POLICY ON ACCESS TO ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT INFORMATION AT THE BANTEN PROVINCE ENVIRONMENT AND FORESTRY SERVICE
The purpose of the study is to describe, disclose, and analyze the implementation of the PROPER public information access openness policy in environmental management at the Banten Province Environment and Forestry Service and produce a model for implementing PROPER information access openness policies in effective environmental management at the Provincial Environment and Forestry Service. Banten. This study uses a qualitative method with a case study design. The study results reveal that the policy on access to information disclosure in the Proper assessment in Banten Province has not achieved its objectives because the company tends to be an object rather than a subject. The community, as the target group of the implementing organization, only receives the results of the company's environmental performance assessment without being directly involved, so activities carried out by local government officials together with the centre do not provide opportunities for the public to participate and ensure sustainable environmental development and create a green economy. Furthermore, the researchers found a model, namely the synthesis/hybrid model, which is a mixed model in which the implementation of access to information disclosure Properly elaborates on interventions from the central government with community participation; even though the policy is decentralized, the central government still has a role in controlling and overseeing the implementation of corporate environmental governance assessments based on in conditions that require resource utilization strategies. The existence of moral responsibility to provide welfare for future generations in Banten Province.
Policy Implementation, Access to Information Disclosure, Implementation of Company Performance Rating (PROPER), Environmental Management.