Resiko Terjadinya Kejahatan Transnasional Pencucian Uang dalam Kebijakan Carbon Trading

Cindy Dewu*, Saskia Nina Sartori, Ufran


  •  Cindy Dewu  Universitas Mataram  Author
  •  Saskia Nina Sartori  Universitas Mataram  Author
  •  Ufran  Universitas Mataram  Author



Transnational Crime, Carbon Trading, Money Laundering


This research aims to determine and analyze the risk of transnational money laundering crimes in carbon trading policies. Carbon trading is intended to overcome environmental damage, but it can raise the risk of fraud in the field of carbon trading. Apart from the risk of fraud, carbon trading is also vulnerable to money laundering, namely where funds obtained legally and illegally are used to buy turbines and solar panels in developing countries where supervision is weak, as well as problems with the auditors employed. Even the auditors employed to commit this crime often involve auditors from third parties. Even though OJK regulations already exist, these regulations are still inadequate. So there is a blurring of norms in carbon trading. This research uses normative legal research. Normative legal research (legal research) is usually a document study, namely using legal sources of material in the form of statutory regulations, court decisions, contracts or agreements, legal theory, and expert opinions. The research results show that first, crimes against the environment are transnational crimes. Second, carbon trading can be used as a policy to deal with global warming. Third, the risk of environmental fraud in the Carbon Trading Policy.



How to Cite

Resiko Terjadinya Kejahatan Transnasional Pencucian Uang dalam Kebijakan Carbon Trading: Cindy Dewu*, Saskia Nina Sartori, Ufran. (2024). JISOSEPOL: Jurnal Ilmu Sosial Ekonomi Dan Politik, 2(1), 1-8.