Sustainable Management of Marine and Fisheries in Realizing National Food Security: Islamic Perspective

Indonesia is a country which has huge potential resources;including marine and fisheries. The potential of marine and fisheries have not been utilized yet optimally to achieve national food security, therefore there is a need to change the paradigm in its management. In Islamic perspective, the paradigm changing includes in managerial view to realize that the sea is public property and the country as a representative of the people has a responsibility to provide intelligent and sufficient human resources in those fields fairly. The country is also responsible in providing a reliable and adequate technology, favorable market climate and sustainable marine resources

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