The Environment, socio-economic, and stakeholder partnership analysis as integrated coastal management in Semarang City


  • Nana Kariada Tri Martuti Department of Biology, Faculty of Mathematics and Science, Universitas Negeri Semarang


Land conversion is the main factor that may increase ecological vulnerability in coastal areas in Semarang City, Indonesia. The restoration needs a holistic strategy based on the ecosystem, social and economic condition, and integration among stakeholders. This research was aimed to arrange and develop integrated coastal area management based on the environmental and socio-economic conditions to support sustainable coastal rehabilitation. A descriptive observational study collecting data using observation and interview; was conducted in Mangkang Kulon and Tugurejo Sub-district, Tugu District, Semarang City. The collected data included ecological conditions was analyzed using image analysis aerial photographs, and environmental and geophysical analysis. The social-community condition was diagnosed using socio-economic assessment. The result showed that coastline changes occur due to vanished some mangrove area turned into buildings that indented close to the ocean. The condition changes water current and damages the research location. But the socio-economic index showed a medium to a high score, which means high opportunities for the local community to develop their livelihood. The initial programs increasing community resilience have been arranged by the government, academicians, private sectors, NGOs, and the community.



— Updated on 2022-06-23



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