ISSN / EISSN : 2502-6496 / 2775-4065
Published by: Pelantar Press (10.52364)
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Jurnal Zona, Volume 5, pp 53-58; https://doi.org/10.52364/zona.v5i2.50
Ministry of National Development Planning (PPN) / National Development Planning Agency (Bappenas), the Republic of Indonesia stated that Indonesia is committed to the environment in 2045 with a program towards Indonesia's Green Economy marked by a 41% reduction in emissions. The existence of green open space (GOS) is an important factor in supporting the ecological sustainability of a city, The role of GOS in addition lies in improving temperature and humidity also found in the reduction of CO2 emissions. The main purpose of this research is to plan an integration strategy between GOS and the Urban Agriculture Program. in Duri City, Bengkalis Regency, Riau Province, which is one of the petroleum producing cities in Indonesia. The method of this research using GIS-AHP approach. The strategy action consists of environmental, economics and social commitments are maintained for development sustainability by implementing green technology, green economic regulation and strengthening the green community movement. The main result of research prove that strategic integration of GOS Privat with Urban Agriculture Program u in Duri City contributes GOS Private availability of 14,134%, so that gos private has exceeded the requirement limit of at least 10% based on the mandate of the Spatial Arrangement Act, Republic of Indonesia.
Jurnal Zona, Volume 5, pp 42-45; https://doi.org/10.52364/zona.v5i2.49
Making literacy parks in schools is a very important means of improving the reading culture in students. The development of a green literacy park must pay attention to environmental sustainability aspects in the form of saving energy, water, materials and land suitability, in such a way as to reduce carbon emissions and maintain the availability of natural resources. Ecobrick is a solution that can be applied in schools so that plastic waste, especially soft plastic produced in schools, can be used as something useful, namely being used as a literacy park. This research method is descriptive qualitative. Collecting data is obtained through questionnaires, observation and documentation. The research was conducted at Junior High School Pekanbaru. The results showed that the amount of waste production for Junior High Schools Pekanbaru City which consists of 45 schools with a total of 30,639 students in 2020 the average production of plastic waste is 15 grams/day. Meanwhile, the total production of plastic waste at Junior High Schools Pekanbaru City is 456,620 kg/day. The construction of an eco-friendly ecobrick-based literacy park is one of the solutions in handling plastic waste in schools, by using an ecobrick of 600 ml aqua bottles, so the construction of an 8 m x 6 m park (48m² ) requires 10,800 ecobricks. Where in 1m² it takes 225 bottles or the equivalent of 45,000 grams of waste. So that for a garden with an area 48m² can degrade plastic waste 2,160,000 grams (2,160 tons) of garbage.
Jurnal Zona, Volume 5, pp 46-52; https://doi.org/10.52364/zona.v5i2.47
Mangrove forest management is an effort to protect mangrove forests into conservation forest areas. This study aims to (1) analyze internal and external factors that influence mangrove forest management and (2) mangrove forest management strategies in Kayu Ara Permai Village, Sungai Apit District, Siak Regency. The research was conducted using qualitative research with descriptive research methods. The data collected consisted of primary and secondary data and were analyzed using the SWOT analysis approach (Strength, Weakness, Opportunity, and Threat). The results of the study showed a strategy in mangrove forest management in Kampung Kayu Ara Permai, namely encouraging community participation in mangrove forest management, capacity building Human resources both for the community and the Laskar Mandiri Conservation group. Development of mangrove ecotourism in Kampung Kayu Ara Permai Encouraging mangrove forest management to become Social Forestry with the Community Forestry scheme
Jurnal Zona, Volume 5, pp 66-76; https://doi.org/10.52364/zona.v5i2.51
Changes in land use, namely from cultivated land to closed land or settlements, make the water demand in the area increase, if the water that comes out is not balanced with the water that enters the ground, it will cause a decrease in the ground water level. Another problem that arises due to changes in land use is runoff, where runoff occurs due to rainfall exceeding the suction power or infiltration of the soil, so that over time the runoff becomes a puddle and can even cause flooding. One way to overcome these problems is to apply infiltration wells. This case study takes place in the Hang Tuah Cipta Residence Housing Area, Pekanbaru. From the results of field research and Hydrological data analysis revealed that the main existing drainage channel discharge with a discharge capacity of 0.923 m³/s is unable to accommodate the discharge that occurs at 1.19 m³/s. Segment or secondary drainage channels Q12 and Q13 are also unable to accommodate the discharge that occurs at 0.085 m³/s with a capacity of 0.06 m³/s. Based on the analysis results it is planned that the infiltration well with a radius of 0.5 m and a depth of 9 m which has a capacity of 0.0022 m³/s. After the planned discharge infiltration well comes out to be 0.88 m³/s, it means that the discharge does not exceed drainage capacity of 0.923m³/s.
Jurnal Zona, Volume 5, pp 59-65; https://doi.org/10.52364/zona.v5i2.48
Agrarian conflicts are the result of development policies in the plantation sector. The community claims the land already planted with oil palm by the company. This research is a qualitative research using primary and secondary data. Primary data obtained from interviews with local government officials, companies and community leaders who were selected purposively at the research location. Secondary data were obtained from village offices, BPS, books, research journals related to agrarian conflicts in the plantation sector. The data collection technique used the triangulation method to obtain valid data. Furthermore, the data were analyzed descriptively. The conflict analysis method used in this study uses a problem tree so that the root of the problem and the causes and consequences of the conflict between the community and the company can be explored. The roots of the problem include the non-fulfillment of the KKPA land and a lack of understanding of land rights. This is caused by a lack of communication between the company and the community, resulting in conflicts. Efforts to resolve conflicts between companies and communities need to be carried out, especially by using an ecological approach.
Jurnal Zona, Volume 5, pp 1-11; https://doi.org/10.52364/zona.v5i1.7
This study aims to determine the sustainability status of the Re-Opening Oil Wells of Bojonegoro Regency, East Java, Indonesia. The method used in this research is Multidimensional Scaling analysis which is implemented using Rap-Re-Opening Oil Wells software. Existing status of Wells Bojonegoro Re-Opening Oil Sustainability Less Sustainable with the weighting value of each dimension is 34.56%, 39.73%, 45.25%, 37.90%, 57.00%. The strategy to increase the addition of status values from the 5 dimensions of the Sustainability Index, evaluated only one dimension that is sustainable with a fairly good status. The results obtained from the improvement scenario obtained by the respective percentage figures as follows; Ecology 41.44%, Economics 61.62%, Social and Culture 45.25%, Technology 42.02%, Institutional 61, 29%. Thus the strategy to increase sustainable status can be improved by the Oil Wells Rap-Re-Opening Method.
Jurnal Zona, Volume 5, pp 21-28; https://doi.org/10.52364/zona.v5i1.44
This research aims to determine the impact of the development of Lake Tajwid natural tourism and the strategy of developing Lake Tajwid natural tourism. There are two data in this research, namely primary data and secondary data. data analysis using GAP analysis which is based on the SAPTA PESONA indicator. Sapta Pesona has 7 indicators, namely; safe, orderly, clean, beautiful, cool, friendly and memorable. based on the results of research on natural ecotourism development of Lake Tajwid impact on environmental, economic and social conditions. the environment will have an impact on environmental pollution if it is not wise in developing tourist areas. the economic aspect can grow the economy, the social aspect opens up employment opportunities. Then there is a gap between reality and charm. The strategies designed in this research to realize the natural tourism development of Lake Tajwid are; 1) instilling awareness of tourism, 2) structuring facilities and infrastructure, 3) increasing supporting facilities, 4) increasing information / innovation and promotion, and 5) preserving the environment.
Jurnal Zona, Volume 5, pp 29-35; https://doi.org/10.52364/zona.v5i1.46
This research was conducted in September 2020 in Tenayan Raya District, Pekanbaru City. This study describes the participation of cassava farmers in the conservation of dry land according to the Land Conservation Index (IKK) and analyzes socio-economic factors that influence these conservation activities. Respondents in this study were cassava farmers who have farming land over one hectare. Conservation activities carried out by farmers to carry out dry land conservation include, making terraces or uplands and planting in the direction of contour lines or crossing slopes, use of mulch or terrace reinforcing grass, use of manure and construction of drainage channels. The approach used in this study used survey methods and interviews with cassava farmers to obtain farmer socio-economic data, and analyzed using simple regression methods. The results showed that the farmers carried out dry land conservation activities at a moderate level. The influence of socio-economic factors that affect the dry land conservation activities of cassava farmers is the factor of acceptance and land ownership status.
Jurnal Zona, Volume 5, pp 36-41; https://doi.org/10.52364/zona.v5i1.45
The state is responsible for protecting the entire Indonesian nation through the implementation of housing and settlement areas so that people are able to live and occupy decent and affordable houses in a healthy, safe, harmonious and sustainable environment throughout Indonesia. Implementation of Self-Help Housing Stimulant Assistance (BSPS) is carried out through activities to improve the quality of self-help houses and the construction of new self-help houses as well as incentives for the construction of new self-help houses in the form of infrastructure, facilities and public utilities. One of the areas targeted by the BSPS program is Nagari Bungo Pasang Salido. This study aims to 1). evaluate the results of the implementation of the BSPS Program and see the results of its achievements in terms of security and standard housing structures for beneficiaries, 2). improve the quality of basic research results and produce scientific publications in reputable international scientific journals. This research uses the direct method by distributing questionnaires to the recipients of the BSPS program assistance. The results of this research show that the study of the achievement of the BSPS program for the beneficiary community is very good, with a questionnaire result with a percentage of 100%. The study on the safety of beneficiaries in occupying a house that is suitable for habitation with the feasibility of a fairly good structure, where the average percentage is 76.5% consisting of 7 indicators with 6 indicators worth 100% and 1 indicator worth 35.7%. The results of the Achievement of the Standards for Habitable House Structures for the BSPS Program in Structure Development, the average result is 97.19% consisting of 14 indicators.
Jurnal Zona, Volume 5, pp 12-20; https://doi.org/10.52364/zona.v5i1.6
One approach to realizing a green campus is by providing a comfortable space for non-motorized transportation. Walking is the cheapest, low-emission non-motorized transportation, so accessibility to pedestrians should be prioritized. Providing more space for pedestrians which will change the orientation of road infrastructure that has been more pro-motorized. Diponegoro University, which is the green campus pilot project of the Ministry of Research, Technology and Higher Education, has complete pedestrian paths. However, the current condition is still not appropriately utilised because the movement of academicians is still using motorized vehicles. To preserving the orientation of the existing green campus, it is necessary to evaluate the pedestrian path that is suitable by regulation physically. The results of research on pedestrian paths at the Undip Tembalang Campus indicate that it is required to repair and change the road design that is related to the comfort of people walking, and affects how pedestrian paths are used. Official regulations and policies from the campus will also have an impact on motorized vehicle use. Changes to empower those in the campus environment and energy-efficient actions are carried out by improving the accessibility of campus residents to use public transportation and non-motorized transportation to campus.