Local adaptive capacity as an alternative approach in dealing with hydrometeorological risk at Depok Peri-Urban City

I. S. Fitrinitia, Purnawan Junadi, E. Sutanto, D. A. Nugroho, A. Zubair, E. Suyanti

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Abstract

Located in a tropical area, cities in Indonesia are vulnerable to hydrometeorological risks such as flood and landslide and thus become prone to the climate change effects. Moreover, peri-urban cities had double burden as the consequences of main city spill over and also lack of urban facilities in overcoming the disaster. In another perspective, the city has many alternative resources to recover, so its create urban resiliency. Depok city becomes a case study of this research regarding with its development following the impact of Jakarta growth. This research purposes to capture how the local city dwellers could anticipate and adaptive with flood and landslide with their own mitigation version. Through mix method and spatial analysis using GIS techniques, it derives the two comparison approach, the normative and alternative that had been done by the city dwellers. It uses a spatial analysis to have a big picture of Depok and its environmental changing. It also divided into 4 local group of communities as a representative of city dwellers regarding the characteristic of a settlement with their level of risk. The result found type or characteristic of settlement which influenced the local adaptive capacity, from the establishment of infrastructure, health fulfillment and social livelihood with different kind of methods.

Original languageEnglish
Article number012015
JournalIOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science
Volume129
Issue number1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 19 Mar 2018
EventInternational Conference on Climate Change 2017: Challenges and Opportunity on Environment Degradation Researches, ICCC 2017 - Surakarta, Indonesia
Duration: 24 Oct 201726 Oct 2017

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