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This study aims to review the role of the State in the social and economic sustainability of natural resources around mining and the role of the community in enforcing transcendental-based environmental laws after the Covid-19 pandemic. This type of research uses normative legal research. The results of the study indicate that the responsibility of the State in restoring the mining environment must be carried out in the entire process starting from the stages of fulfilling permits, planning, implementation and supervision because business entities have not regulated the responsibility for the possibility of pollution of ex-mining land after handing over to the government using the principle of kinship. Environmental restoration activities in post-mining only involve the authority of the government and mining business actors without involving the community as an important element and also parties directly related to the existence of the physical, economic and social environment of the mining environment.