Urban development is currently one of the main focuses of sustainable development, especially in SDGs point number 11. Coastal areas are potential areas for growth, both from an environmental, social, and economic perspective. However, this area is vulnerable to the threat of natural disasters, which impact communities' vulnerability, especially for their settlements. The coastal area settlements' condition still uses conventional materials, which tend to be not environmentally friendly. The research focuses on identifying and analysing fishery village areas, particularly human settlements and environmental problems. So that at the end of the study, we can find problems that hinder sustainable development and are useful as a database for the development of sustainable settlement designs in the future. The method used is mixed between quantitative and qualitative, with direct observation and secondary data analysis and considering several aspects such as socio-economic aspects, the environment as a whole, and physical elements of the building (material, architectural elements, zoning). The results showed that the area's existing design is directly proportional to the socio-economic level of the community and its socio-culture, as well as a problem point in the development of sustainable coastal settlements.
|Journal||IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science|
|Publication status||Published - 1 Apr 2021|
|Event||1st Journal of Environmental Science and Sustainable Development Symposium, JESSD 2020 - Jakarta, Virtual, Indonesia|
Duration: 28 Sep 2020 → 30 Sep 2020