Mainstreaming Adaptation Climate Change into Strategic Environmental Assesment Case Study Banyuasin District, South Sumatra Province

  •  Yunan Hamdani    
  •  Dwi Setyawan    
  •  Budhi Setiawan    
  •  Azhar Affandi    


South Sumatra Province is one of the areas in Indonesia which tipped to be prone to the impact of climate change and very vulnerable due to its low-land areas that it may threat coastal, water, agriculture, and health sectors of the province. In Banyuasin District, the current program has been planned deep sea port development in ??Tanjung Api-api area. Coastal flood hazard components caused by a combination of sea level rise, storms, and La-Nina phenomena on maximum tide. In this study measured tidal hazards due to sea level rise. Risk area generated by layering hazard and vulnerability maps using GIS methods. The results of the risk assessment shows increase risk in the water availability at high risk level with percentage area ??38.87% and 46.02% at baseline conditions and projections. Adaptation efforts conducted to overcome the conditions mentioned above is by controlling the arrangement, the addition of retention ponds as a water storage and flood prevention efforts and also maintaining an area of green open space area above 30%. One of the priorities recommended program is a program of development and the development of sanitation where mitigation / adaptation recommended by increasing the efficiency of use of raw water, saving water resource utilization, and environmental sanitation. The results of this study need to be integrated / mainstreamed into development policies and plans regional / local so helpful to the development of a better way to identify the agenda on national plans, provincial and local levels are associated with adaptation to climate change.

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