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Journal : Sumatra Journal of Disaster, Geography and Geography Education

Disaster Risk Reduction and Climate Change Investment in Disaster Education Context Dahroni, Dahroni; Arozaq, Miftahul; Khoirunisa, Nanda
Sumatra Journal of Disaster, Geography and Geography Education Vol 1 No 2 (2017): Sumatra Journal of Disaster, Geography and Geography Education Volume 1 Number 2
Publisher : Sumatra Journal of Disaster, Geography and Geography Education

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (232.208 KB) | DOI: 10.24036/sjdgge.v1i2.89

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Disaster Risk Reduction in Indonesia is an effort that must be done systematically, measurable to achieve national resilience to hydro-meteorological disaster that increases along with climate change. This article examines the forms of risk reduction referring to the global agenda that is Sustainable Development Goals and Sendai Framework Disaster Risk Reduction. This article is more specialized investment framework for disaster risk reduction by the government in reducing the impact of climate change and systematically reducing risk through education. Risk reduction conditions in urban and rural areas show a gap in knowledge context that is superior to urban. However, substantial risk due to climate change occur in rural areas concerned to food security. This lack of knowledge is due to the community, including students, who live in cities have a diverse selection of information and better presentation. Accessibility to this information related to IT infrastructure and socio-economic activities in urban areas of more intensive than in rural areas. Disaster education investments can be systematized through materials and media that support climate change learning according to the spatial context.
Mitigation of the Impact of Abrasion Pasir Panjang Beach in Singkawang City Wulandari, Fajar; Khoirunisa, Nanda; Soeharto, Soeharto
Sumatra Journal of Disaster, Geography and Geography Education Vol 4 No 1 (2020): Sumatra Journal of Disaster, Geography and Geography Education (SJDGGE)
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This research studies aim to mitigate the community against the impact of abrasion disasters in the Pasir Panjang area of ​​Singkawang City. This research is qualitative research, which is a research procedure that produces descriptive data in the form of words, images, and not numbers, from people or observable behaviour. Sourcing from this research uses purposive sampling, which is sampling based on research options on mitigating the impact of abrasion and experiencing communities living in the area of Pasir Panjang beach. Impact of abrasion in Pasir Panjang Beach, South Singkawang is caused by natural and human factors. Natural factors that cause abrasion are erosion of the beach by the flow of seawater that is a meander, wind waves (waves) and rising seawater. Whereas the human factor that contributes to abrasion is the taking of coastal materials such as sea sand, coral reefs, and mining. The impact of coastal abrasion eventually worsened the situation so that the existing bridge was broken because of the strong waves of Pasir Panjang Beach.