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DINAMIKA RESPONS NGO TERHADAP UPAYA PENGEMBANGAN ENERGI TERBARUKAN DI REPUBLIK CEKO Novianti, Kurnia
Jurnal Kajian Wilayah Vol 6, No 1 (2015): Jurnal Kajian Wilayah
Publisher : Research Center for Regional Resources-Indonesian Institute of Sciences (P2SDR-LIPI)

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This study focuses on the dynamic responses of some of environmental NGOs in Prague, the Republic of Czech related to the development of renewable energy. Their responses are varied. Some of them support the government policy on renewable energy development, but some others express their disagreement to its policy by demonstration or protest in some media. These responses show that NGOs have their own interpretations and interests about dynamic condition of renewable energy development. They are not always having the same perception with the government policy. They argue that the governments policies somehow contradict with the effort to develop renewable energy in the Republic of Czech. This study itself borrows a resistances perspective to analyze the data and information that were collected through a fild research in Prague. It concludes that the environmental NGOs responses to the effort of renewable energy development are varied based on their methods and strategies inflenced by their ideologies. Keywords: responses, environmental NGO, resistance, renewable energy, the Republic of Czech
Peran NGOs (Non-Govermental Oganizations) Lingkungan dalam Mitigasi Banjir di Praha, Republik Ceko Novianti, Kurnia
Jurnal Kajian Wilayah Vol 4, No 2 (2013): Jurnal Kajian Wilayah
Publisher : Research Center for Regional Resources-Indonesian Institute of Sciences (P2SDR-LIPI)

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Successful flood mitigation performed by the Czech Republic becomes an interesting issue for the author because it is relevant to current condition. Flood, in the authors observation, became a problem that seems unresolved until now. Often occur every time the rainy season and is considered a natural thing despite widespread impact. However, some literatures on flood mitigation in Prague some time ago showed interesting fact. People of Czech chose to friendly with the flood. By learning from them, the flood control by recognizing the causes and mobilize all society elements that exist to mitigate them to restrain broader impacts.This article aims to map the floods mitigation that been done by elements in society. Focusing on environmental NGOs, this article describes that cooperation between these elements do not always harmonize, there is different opinion even diverse activities. Background of values, ideologies and different interests led to various responses, roles and strategies. Using data from previous year of research and other secondary data, this article not only explores the phenomena of flooding in the city of Prague in particular, but also analyzes responses, roles and strategies undertaken by some environmental NGOs in actor-based approach perspective.Key words: floods mitigation, NGO, society, actor-based approach, The Czech Republic.
PERAN KOMUNITAS DALAM MENGELOLA HUTAN KOTA: KASUS SANGGA BUANA, JAKARTA SELATAN Novianti, Kurnia; Rahadian, Angga Sisca
Jurnal Masyarakat dan Budaya Vol 17, No 1 (2015)
Publisher : P2KK LIPI

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Urban forest is one of few alternatives to balance the deterioration in the quality of environment. Jakarta has 14 urban forests under the coordination of the Department of Marine and Fisheries. In contrast, there is also urban forest located in South Jakarta and managed by local community to provide not only for preserving environment but also providing social life for local inhabitants. This paper aims to analyze the roles of community in the urban forest management. In addition as a city buffer, urban forest is also have an immense economic potential to improve the well-being of local community. The case of urban forest described in this paper is Sangga Buana located at Lebak Bulus, South Jakarta. Through observations, in-depth interviews, and focus group discussions, it is found that the responsibility in managing urban forest depends not solely on the government but also on the community. The Sangga Buana urban forest is one of examples where the local community practically has managed the forest. Since the very first time this urban forest was developed, the contribution of the government in the development of this site is almost unheard. This lack of support, however, initiates the local community to manage and develop the forest. The roles of local community in the urban forest management are arranged as a long-term participation. As such, the local community is transformed from merely a passive stakeholder of urban forest to active management of it. The forest now functions not only as a buffer to prevent floods and drought, but also provides economic benefits for the local community. In this sense, this urban forest has appeared as embodiment of the concept of sustainable green environment. Keywords: urban forest, Sangga Buana, role of community, green environment, Jakarta
REFLEKSI TENTANG KONSEP KEBUDAYAAN: SEBUAH CATATAN AUTOETNOGRAFI Novianti, Kurnia
Jurnal Masyarakat dan Budaya Vol 15, No 2 (2013)
Publisher : P2KK LIPI

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This paper is a reflection of a concept that becomes a central concern in the study of anthropology, namely culture. The concept of culture is interesting to be debated because the author assumes that the meaning of culture is rich and highly dependent on the paradigm of the person or group of people, who interpret it. By using the memory of life experiences and supported by every day observation as the data, the author aims to understand what culture is. Nevertheless, the life trajectories that are still being experienced today still leave the question about the culture itself. Keywords: life experience, reflection, culture, autoethnography
KOTA BERKELANJUTAN: ANTARA IDE DAN IMPLEMENTASI DALAM PERSPEKTIF PEMANGKU KEPENTINGAN Novianti, Kurnia
Patrawidya: Seri Penerbitan Penelitian Sejarah dan Budaya Vol 17, No 3 (2016)
Publisher : Balai Pelestarian nilai budaya Daerah Istimewa Yogyakarta

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Tulisan ini memotret perspektif para pemangku kepentingan tentang konsep kota berkelanjutan di dua kota, yaitu Rotterdam dan Jakarta. Kota berkelanjutan sangat menarik diperdebatkan mengingat konsep ini relatif baru diwacanakan oleh para akademisi dan praktisi pembangunan di Indonesia. Konteks pembangunan berkelanjutan yang sejumlah indikatornya harus dipenuhi oleh Indonesia setelah mengadopsi sustainable development goals yang menempatkan kota sebagai salah satu pilar penting untuk mewujudkan keseimbangan antara pertumbuhan ekonomi, kesejahteraan sosial-budaya masyarakat, dan keseimbangan lingkungan akan terpenuhi melalui kota berkelanjutan. Dengan metode kualitatif berupa wawancara, diskusi terfokus, dan pengamatan selama berada di Rotterdam pada bulan Mei 2015. Tulisan ini bertujuan untuk menganalisis perspektif pemangku kepentingan tentang ‘kota berkelanjutan’. Hasil yang diperoleh adalah informan menggunakan perspektif yang beragam dalam memaknai ‘kota berkelanjutan’. Hal ini dilatarbelakangi oleh kepentingan dan pemahamannya tentang kota berkelanjutan. Pendekatan governmentality penulis gunakan untuk memahami bagaimana idea dan practices tentang ‘kota berkelanjutan’ muncul dan terimplementasi baik di Rotterdam maupun Jakarta dalam implementasi pembangunan kota berkelanjutan.This article highlights the perspectives of stakeholders about the concept of sustainable city in two cities, Rotterdam and Jakarta. Sustainable city is very interesting to discuss since this concept is relatively new in discussions among scholars and development experts or professionals in Indonesia. Sustainable development concept that Indonesia adopted through the indicators of sustainable development goals which has been endorsed by the world community (United Nations) positioned cities as one of the major pillars in sustainable development for a harmonization of economic growth, social welfare, and the environmental balance will be realized through sustainable cities. Through the qualitative method with depth interview, focus discussion, and observation during the research field in Rotterdam on May 2015, this article aims to analyze the perspectives of the stakeholders about sustainable city. The result of this research is the description of diverse perspectives that had been used by the informants to interpret the concept of ‘sustainable city’. Those are motivated by their interest and understanding of the concept. The approach of governmentality is being used by the author to help to understand how ideas and practices of sustainable city appeared and implemented in Rotterdam and Jakarta.
KEBUDAYAAN, PERUBAHAN SOSIAL, DAN AGAMA DALAM PERSPEKTIF ANTROPOLOGI Novianti, Kurnia
Harmoni Vol 12 No 2 (2013): Mei-Agustus 2013
Publisher : Pusat Penelitian dan Pengembangan Kehidupan Keagamaan Kementerian Agama

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As a discipline, anthropology raised ‘culture’ as a central concept that is widely discussed. In the process, ‘culture’ has very interesting dynamics, especially when used as an analytical tool in assessing change and religion issues. This paper argues about the dialectic of culture, change, and religion issues so that can explain the phenomena that observed in our daily lives. Through literatures and observation method, this paper aims to provide a perspective to understand the meaning of a phenomenon that observed and analyzed through the reveal of ‘hidden transcript’ behind the phenomenon.
Climate Change and Food Security on Coastal Community Novianti, Kurnia; Warsilah, Henny; Wahyono, Ary
Jurnal Penelitian Kesejahteraan Sosial Vol 15, No 3 (2016): Jurnal Penelitian Kesejahteraan Sosial
Publisher : Babes Litbang Yankessos

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Food security is an issue that is closely related to the phenomenon of climate change. Attention to the community of people who live on the coast of the greater given that approximately 60 percent of Indonesian people living in the region becomes vulnerable to the impacts of climate change. One thing that is threatening the sustainability of the food is the disruption of the public so that food security decreases. Questioning of food security not only on the fulfillment of food needs for households in sufficient quantity, but also in the aspect of safety, quality, nutrition, variety, and an affordable price for the community (Food Act, 1996). Climate change on the other hand very threatening loss of biodiversity, including ocean acidification, damage and coral bleaching, and most worrying is the decrease of the number of fish that can be caught by fishermen as a result of the damaged habitat. Jerowaru village, East Lombok sub-district, West Nusa Tenggara district is one of the coastal area of eastern Indonesia are highly vulnerable to climate change impacts. The authors focus on the issue of food security is based on the research data that collected by researchers from LIPI and Ministry of Marineand Fisheries (KKP) in 2014 that the losses suffered by traditional fishermen due to the failure of the state to run the agenda of adaptation and mitigation of climate change reached more than 73 billion per year and that fact shows that the productivity of the catch continues to drop and make fishing more distant fishing. The study, entitled “Sustainable Future: Strategy Supports Indonesia’s efforts Anticipating the Social Impact of Climate Change on the island of Lombok, West Nusa Tenggara” conducted in 2014 using in-depth interviews, observation, and focus group discussions to explore the primary data. Subjects were fishing communities, local governments, and NGOs involved in mitigation and adaptation of fishing communities.Cooperation and coordination between stakeholders is essential to minimize the impact of weather changes, also it takes effort to strengthen vulnerable communities so that food security is maintained.
The Development of Leading Product through Incubation Program in Rural Development, Riau Province Novianti, Kurnia; Hakam, Saiful
Jurnal Penelitian Kesejahteraan Sosial Vol 13, No 2 (2014): Jurnal Penelitian Kesejahteraan Sosial
Publisher : Babes Litbang Yankessos

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Rural areas, as the areas that have been the most targeted and developed in Indonesia, become the places of interest for social research. A case in Riau revealed that among many natural resources that can be developed, palm oilis still becoming the most attention leading product by local government. This paper is to describe the concept of leading product and its relation with rural development through incubation program that have been activatited in that province. This paper also propose a recomendation to the implementors of the program activities with more bottom-up approach, with capacity owned by community so that the their commitment in the development process will be optimum. Analysis in this papaer will be based on field research conducted in 2013 and literature studies from various resources.
SUSTAINABLE CITIES IN THE NETHERLANDS: URBAN GREEN SPACES MANAGEMENT IN ROTTERDAM Syahid, Choerunisa Noor; Lissandhi, Ayu Nova; Lissandhi, Ayu Nova; Novianti, Kurnia; Lissandhi, Ayu Nova; Reksa, Abdul Fikri Angga; Novianti, Kurnia; Novianti, Kurnia; Reksa, Abdul Fikri Angga; Reksa, Abdul Fikri Angga
Journal of Indonesian Social Sciences and Humanities Vol 7, No 2 (2017): Special Issue: "Health, Environment, and Sustainable Development"
Publisher : LIPI Press

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One of the challenges of sustainable urban development is to provide a viable environment for the population following the function of space and community activities within it. Research on green space in the Netherlands is important as a response to the global environmental crisis as well as the realization of sustainable development. This research uses an interdisciplinary approach through the analysis of the phenomena of spatial management in the context of local-global sustainable urban development. An interdisciplinary approach is used because the issue of "sustainable cities" is multidimensional, so it takes more than one perspective in reviewing it, in this multidisciplinary research involved among other anthropology, urban social planning, and sociology. Based on the research problem formulated, the science perspectives are expected to answer the question of how space is interpreted, negotiated and become a vehicle for the distribution of sustainable development ideas. This dynamic also captures the context of green space management so that this study contributes to enriching theoretical studies on the construction of urban spaces. This research question is answered through qualitative methods of collecting primary data through interviews, focused discussions and observations, as well as searching related literature as secondary data. The result of this study found that the attention of the Dutch environmental policy has also regulated spatial management, primarily related to "space" as part of human activities and has environmental and social impacts. Spatial policy in the Dutch context is articulated as a place of negotiation embodied in the EU's global and regional collective consensus.
SUSTAINABLE CITIES IN THE NETHERLANDS: URBAN GREEN SPACES MANAGEMENT IN ROTTERDAM Syahid, Choerunisa Noor; Lissandhi, Ayu Nova; Lissandhi, Ayu Nova; Novianti, Kurnia; Lissandhi, Ayu Nova; Reksa, Abdul Fikri Angga; Novianti, Kurnia; Novianti, Kurnia; Reksa, Abdul Fikri Angga; Reksa, Abdul Fikri Angga
Journal of Indonesian Social Sciences and Humanities Vol 7, No 2 (2017): Special Issue: "Health, Environment, and Sustainable Development"
Publisher : LIPI Press

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (446.23 KB) | DOI: 10.14203/jissh.v7i2.147

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One of the challenges of sustainable urban development is to provide a viable environment for the population following the function of space and community activities within it. Research on green space in the Netherlands is important as a response to the global environmental crisis as well as the realization of sustainable development. This research uses an interdisciplinary approach through the analysis of the phenomena of spatial management in the context of local-global sustainable urban development. An interdisciplinary approach is used because the issue of "sustainable cities" is multidimensional, so it takes more than one perspective in reviewing it, in this multidisciplinary research involved among other anthropology, urban social planning, and sociology. Based on the research problem formulated, the science perspectives are expected to answer the question of how space is interpreted, negotiated and become a vehicle for the distribution of sustainable development ideas. This dynamic also captures the context of green space management so that this study contributes to enriching theoretical studies on the construction of urban spaces. This research question is answered through qualitative methods of collecting primary data through interviews, focused discussions and observations, as well as searching related literature as secondary data. The result of this study found that the attention of the Dutch environmental policy has also regulated spatial management, primarily related to "space" as part of human activities and has environmental and social impacts. Spatial policy in the Dutch context is articulated as a place of negotiation embodied in the EU's global and regional collective consensus.