Increasing climate change problems affect disaster risks that will be fundamental threats to sustainable development. Climate change has driven global warming results in repeated severe flooding across Greater Jakarta and its surrounding cities. Central, provincial, and local government regulations reflect the public sectors' effort in disaster risk reduction. This study aims to analyze the current disaster risk reduction strategies and investigate the collaborative perspective on floods that affected the local government. This research utilizes a post-positivism approach and collects data through in-depth interviews, online media content analysis, and literature studies. The study found that the central and local governments have policies that are in place to reduce the risk of floods. The government already implemented structural and nonstructural disaster risk reduction. The result implies that various government levels already establish policies to increase collaborative perspectives among government institutions. However, it is essential to create an integrated framework to facilitate a more collaborative process in managing floods in Jakarta.
|Journal||IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science|
|Publication status||Published - 13 Apr 2021|
|Event||5th International Conference on Climate Change 2020, ICCC 2020 - Bali, Virtual, India|
Duration: 24 Sep 2020 → 25 Sep 2020