Re-framing planning decision-making: increasing flood resilience in Jakarta

Tri Mulyani Sunarharum, Mellini Sloan, Connie Susilawati
  • International Journal of Disaster Resilience in the Built Environment, September 2014, Emerald
  • DOI: 10.1108/ijdrbe-02-2014-0015

Flood Planning Decision-Making to Increase Community Resilience in Jakarta

What is it about?

This paper presents a preliminary scoping study for a technologically enhanced participatory planning method, incorporating synthesis of existing information on urbanisation, governance and flood risk management in Jakarta.

Why is it important?

This research provides information to facilitate consultation with government entities tasked with re-framing planning processes to increase public participation. Also, potential increased opportunities for collaborative decision-making and consequent reduction in risk exposure amongst DKI Jakarta’s most vulnerable populations can help to address issues of social justice.

Perspectives

Ms Tri Mulyani Sunarharum
Queensland University of Technology

This research empirically investigates barriers and constraints to increasing the effectiveness and efficiency of flood risk management by engaging in dialogues with government and NGOs as well as community groups. This research has practical relevance to improve the community resilience relevant to Jakarta flood risk management.

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/ijdrbe-02-2014-0015

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