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Pengendalian Tata Ruang Kawasan Pertambangan Terhadap Kegiatan Pertambangan Emas Ilegal di Kabupaten Pidie Hardi, Muhammad; Mussadun, Mussadun
JURNAL PEMBANGUNAN WILAYAH & KOTA Vol 12, No 1 (2016): JPWK Vol 12 No 1 March 2016
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Pidie District is one of the areas in Aceh Province which is rich in minerals such as gold, copper, iron sand, and other metal minerals. The potential for the mine has created a lot of illegal gold mining activities that cause negative effect for the spatial planning and the environment. The local government has been trying to control and supervision, but still not able to cope with illegal gold mining activities in the study area.Seeing these conditions, the authors conducted research entitled Spatial Control of Mining Areas Against Illegal Gold Mining Activity In Pidie District. This study uses qualitative and quantitative research methods (mixed methods) and supported by ArcGIS 10.2 software to perform analysis.The study found a violation of spatial due to illegal gold mining activities that enter the protected forest areas, forest production and residential area that is not worth mine. Control efforts such as zoning, permits, incentives, disincentives, sanctions and regular monitoring has been carried out. The constraints such as government officials and companies involved, weak law enforcement and a lack of coordination among agencies makes illegal gold mining region of the study is still ongoing. Arrangement of WPR on location technically feasible, completion of the poverty problem perpetrators, and to improve inter-agency coordination are measures to control illegal gold mines in the region of study.  
Arahan Lokasi Kantor Resort Pengelolaan pada Seksi Pengelolaan Taman Nasional Wilayah I Kopeng Balai Taman Nasional Gunung Merbabu Sulaksono, Nurpana
JURNAL PEMBANGUNAN WILAYAH & KOTA Vol 8, No 3 (2012): JPWK Vol 8 No 3 September 2012
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Taman Nasional Gunung Merbabu (Mount Merbabu National Park) is facing increasing environmental threats coming from several illegal activities such as logging, mining, and also grazing and cultivation. To ensure effective management, the National Park is divided into areas of management identified as resorts. Therefore it is important that the resort offices are established on optimum locations, meeting the optimum criteria (1) requiring minimum cost in reaching prone and vulnerable areas, as well as government facilities, (2) situated in proximity to settlements for security reasons, and (3) not located in areas prone to landslides and other ground movements. The study aims to to determine the optimum location for resort offices in SPTN Region I Kopeng of the National Park. The study completed two analyses. Firstly the study completed locational analysis identifying areas within the National Park’s Selo and Ampel resort meeting the criteria (1) prone to security threats, (2) prone to damage, and (3) prone to natutal disasters. Secondly the study determined the optimum location for Solo and Ampel resort office, meeting the optimum criteria. Analyses concluded that Samiran village is the optimum location to establish the office in Selo resort, while Sampetan village is optimum for Ampel resort.
Partisipasi Stakeholders Dalam Capaian Program Desa Mandiri Pangan di Desa Wukirharjo Kecamatan Prambanan Kabupaten Sleman Krisnadi, Agus; Budiati, Lilin
JURNAL PEMBANGUNAN WILAYAH & KOTA Vol 8, No 3 (2012): JPWK Vol 8 No 3 September 2012
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Program Desa Mandiri Pangan –Demapan (Food Self-Sufficient Village program) is one the government’s initiatives aimed to build self sufficiency of food in a region. However, the importance of participation in development processes in the villages has not been fully understood and carried out by the stakeholders, be it the government, the private sector, the NGOs or the community. This program has been carried out in Sleman Regency since 2009 comprising four stages, whereas year 2012 is planned as the self-sufficiency year. The study examines several variables including (1) level of participation, (2) methods/techniques of participation, (3) intensity of participation and (4) barriers/constraints of participation. Analysis showed that the key stakeholders in the implementation of the program included (1) Tim Pangan Desa (Village Food Team), Lembaga Keuangan Desa (Village Finance Institution), Kelompok Afinitas (Affinity Group), Pengurus Lumbung Pangan (Food Stock Committee) and the private sector. However, the role of the private sector is considered to be lacking. Low level of participation from the village administration is found to have reduced the level of trust, resulting in poor communication. Musyawarah (discussions), dialogues and negotiations should be carried out by the village administration to improve communication among stakeholders to ensure the replicability of the program in the surrounding villages and areas sustainably.
Pengembangan Perikanan Budidaya: Efektivitas Program Minapolitan Dalam Pengelolaan Perikanan Budidaya Berkelanjutan di Kabupaten Gresik Zakiyah, Dwi Maulidatuz
JURNAL PEMBANGUNAN WILAYAH & KOTA Vol 10, No 4 (2014): JPWK Vol 10 No 4 December 2014
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Aquaculture is one of activities developed in Gresik. However, it’s pressing the ecosystem of coastal area with the high mangrove destruction due to expansion of the pond and a wide variety of negative impacts for environment. The government implemented minapolitan program to increase the productivity of aquaculture to be able to improve the well-being of coastal communities. Therefore, question on this research is “how minapolitan program effectiveness in the management of sustainable aquaculture”. The method of research is qualitative with intention to understand the activities of aquaculture and its influence on economic, social and environment condition in Gresik. To answer the research question, it is conducted field surveys, interviews and questionnaires to the farmers. To determine effectiveness of the minapolitan program, the author evaluate the sustainability of aquaqulture activities. The results showed that aquaculture provides a wide range of positive and negative impacts for the economic, social and environment condition. Furthermore, based on the assessments of the sustainability, it can be  seen that the minapolitan program failed  and  ineffective  in  realizing  the  sustainable development  of aquaculture. This is due to the lack of continuity and the balance of the three aspects of sustainable development (economic, environmental and socio-territorial).
Dampak Sosial Ekonomi dan Lingkungan Fisik Masyarakat Akibat Pengembangan Hotel di Kota Yogyakarta Murti, Chatarina Candra; Rofi, Abdur
JURNAL PEMBANGUNAN WILAYAH & KOTA Vol 13, No 2 (2017): JPWK Vol 13 No 2 June 2017
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Yogyakarta is one city of  destination for tourism in Indonesia. It make impact for improvement of shelter space and hotel. Construction of hotels in Yogyakarta City raise the pro and contra among the society. This research compare between two hotels, Tentrem and Cavinton Hotel. Both of the hotelshave a similar background is a star hotel and equally hotel ever built before the regular classroom. The purposes of this research are, 1) Find out the socio-economic impacts because of the construction of Tentrem and Cavinton Hotel 2) Find out the comparison of socio-economic impacts because of the construction of Tentrem and Cavinton Hotel.  The method in this research are, quantitative and qualitative. Technique data collection using questionnaires and observation while using sampling line transect so that the sample number is not same in both hotels. Hotel cavinton were 40 responden and Hotel Tentrem 30 responden. The results of this research showed that 1) The effects of construction of Tentrem and Cavinton Hotel are, social, economic, and physical environment impacts.. Physical environment impacts are, land conversion, water condition, and waste. 2) Social and economic impacts is higher of Tentrem Hotel, mean while physical environment impacts is higher of Cavinton Hotel.
Kajian Keberlanjutan Permukiman Nelayan di Kampung Tanjungsari, Kabupaten Pemalang Purwoningsih, Purwoningsih
JURNAL PEMBANGUNAN WILAYAH & KOTA Vol 12, No 2 (2016): JPWK Vol 12 No 2 June 2016
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Tanjungsari village is one of the fishing settlement located in Pemalang. Settlements located in coastal areas is certainly has a wide range of environmental issues concerning environmental, social and economic mutually influence each other. On the one hand, the fishing settlement is one of the potential that exists in Pemalang. If the problem is left unchecked then, a fishing village will be subject to environmental degradation and unsustainable. Therefore, there should be a study that aimed to assess the sustainability of fishing and explain the causes of the research results. The method used in this research is mix method there is a merger between qualitative and quantitative methods. The analysis technique used is quantitative descriptive analysis, qualitative descriptive analysis and scoring analysis. The results of this study is to note that at this time Kampung Nelayan Tanjungsari under moderate conditions on the environmental aspects of physical settlements and coastal areas (value 2.1), bad conditions on aspects of fisheries resource management (score 1.3) and bad conditions in the social and cultural aspects of society (value 1.6). While overall, Kampung Nelayan Tanjungsari included in the category of Sustainability Not in all aspects, as well as the main factor is a factor Economic Sector Fisheries.
Evaluasi Kebijakan Revitalisasi Pasar Tradisional di Kota Surakarta Nida, Mufna Mubdiatun
JURNAL PEMBANGUNAN WILAYAH & KOTA Vol 10, No 2 (2014): JPWK Vol 10 No 2 June 2014
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Traditional Market revitalization in Surakarta had been continued. This study aimed to evaluate the revitalization of traditional markets in Surakarta as a whole. The approach in this study is   mixed method, with data collection techniques such as interviews, questionnaires, field observation and survey agencies.  The data analysis techniques used were qualitative and quantitative descriptive. The population in this study 2,261 people traders and some visitors were encountered in the field. Several findings in this study include: (1) Found the problems caused by an imbalance between the large building with an area of land 2) There is a change program execution drawings (shop drawings) due to conditions / circumstances found in the field 3) Output the program is not accordance with the objectives of the program 4) the physical construction market is more beneficial for market users (traders and visitors) rather than improving the management aspects of the market.
Permodelan Tsunami dan Implikasinya Terhadap Mitigasi Bencana di Kota Palu Pratomo, Rahmat Aris; Rudiarto, Iwan
JURNAL PEMBANGUNAN WILAYAH & KOTA Vol 9, No 2 (2013): JPWK Vol 9 No 2 June 2013
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The City of Palu, Central Sulawesi is one of the regions in Indonesia which are vulnerable to tsunami and require a preventive action plan and mitigation to reduce potential risks. This study analyzed tsunami inundation zones and their implications regarding disaster mitigation in the city. This study employed quantitative approach using Geographical Information System (GIS) to map tsunami disaster prone areas. Cost Distance was used to model tsunami disaster; spatial analyst and network analyst were used to analyze the level of danger, vulnerability, and risk of tsunami, and also the establishment of evacuation routes. Analysis indicated the followings: (1) The City of Palu has large potential for tsunami inundation, (2) tsunami danger area comprises 9,63% of total city area, (3) tsunami vulnerable area 9,83% of total city area, (4) tsunami risk area 3,83% of total city area, and (5) there are 50 shelters acting as evacuation points and 108 evacuation routes in around the city. The built up area around the coast of Palu Bay area was identified as having high risk of tsunami disaster. Evacuation routes are scattered in the built up areas with the number of routes corresponding to population density.
PROYEKSI SPASIAL UNDER BOUNDED CITY DI KOTA JAMBI BERBASIS SMCE CA (SPATIAL MULTY CRITERIA EVALUATION CELLULAR AUTOMATA) Wicaksono, Dominikus Rinto Adhi
JURNAL PEMBANGUNAN WILAYAH & KOTA Vol 15, No 2 (2019): JPWK Vol 15 No 2 June 2019
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At present 50% of the world's population lives in urban areas and it is estimated that in 2025 the Indonesian population living in urban areas is 68%. The tendency of people to stay near the city center caused a physical expansion in the suburbs. Jambi City as one of the big cities on the island of Sumatra also experienced physical development of the city with a high rate of development in the periphery to penetrate the jurisdiction (under bounded city) to the territory of the authority of Muaro Jambi Regency. Therefore, the physical development of Jambi City in the future needs to be predicted to overcome various problems that can occur related to urbanization, one of which is the threat of potential conversion of paddy fields and dryland agriculture in Muaro Jambi Regency which is directly adjacent to Jambi City. Dynamic modeling of urban expansion can be described by applying the Spatial Multi Criteria Evaluation Cellular Automata algorithm (SMCE CA). The analysis used included identification of trends in the physical development of Jambi City, identification of determinants of city physical development, Spatial Multi Cellular Automata Criteria Evaluation (SMCE CA) modeling, and model validation. Validation of modeling results shows overall accuracy of 92.5% and kappa value of 0.8369. Observation of the growth trend of the city of Jambi in the period 2000 to 2016 showed that the growth of built-up land was 295.1 hectares per year. The results of the spatial projection of the physical development of Jambi City in 2033 show the direction of the development of Jambi City to Muaro Jambi Regency with the dominance of growth to the west towards Jambi Luar Kota District with a growth rate of 159.2 hectares per year, to the southeast towards Sungai Gelam Subdistrict 97.9 hectares per year, and to the east towards Kumpeh Ulu District, amounting to 31.5 hectares per year. The size of paddy fields and dryland agriculture threatened with conversion in 2033 is 1036.1 hectares. The Muaro Jambi District Government needs to pay special attention to the potential areas affected by the physical expansion of Jambi City. 
Response of Tobacco Farmer to PMUP (Participative Model of Farming Activity) in Tlahab Village, Kecamatan Kledung, Kabupaten Temanggung Arfianto, Andrie
JURNAL PEMBANGUNAN WILAYAH & KOTA Vol 8, No 1 (2012): JPWK Vol 8 No 1 March 2012
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Agricultural sustainable development is an integrated effort to support agricultural activities by involving stakeholders with different backgrounds and motives; such as social, cultural, economic, and environmental. Participatory Farming Model Development (Pengembangan Model Usahatani Partisipatif ‐ PMUP) conducted by the government in Desa Tlahab intended to improve the farmer welfare by increasing income without sacrificing the heritage of tobacco farming culture while reducing the environmental damage caused by tobacco cultivation. This kind of agricultural activities need immense participation and willingness of the farmers as a supporting response for the implementation of this system on their land. Farmers stated that living conditions have kept them from supporting the implementation of PMUP. This condition includes farmer socio‐economic situation, environmental conditions in carrying out the activities, the low performance of farmer groups, lack of competitiveness of the PMUP compared to previous agricultural system, also lack of performance from the institutional boards.

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