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Author Archives: surjono

The Priority of Settlement Sanitation Services Based on Sanitation Risk Level in Mojokerto

LINK ABSTRACT Sanitation management in Mojokerto city has been designed in technocratic ways in the forms of programs and activities which have to be supported by adequate community participation in order to optimize proper sanitation services. Priority sanitation service has been the key to the success of sanitation service improvement. This research was conducted to … Continue reading »

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Composting of chicken manure for biofertiliser production: A case study in Kidal Village, Malang Regency

LINK ABSTRACT Kidal Village, located in Malang Regency, has around 106 traditional chicken poultries with hens chicken population of 1,463,720 chickens, producing of 85.8 tonnes chicken manure per day. Currently the chicken manure is remained untreated and left on the bottom of the chicken cage over one-year period. Such practice has resulted odour problems especially … Continue reading »

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The Correlation of Settlement Preferences and Community Resilience Post-Disaster in Palu City

LINK ARTIKEL Abstract In 2018, Palu City was affected by massive disasters (earthquakes, tsunamis, and liquefaction) which paralyzed various activities and resulted in losses of around Rp. 7.6 trillion. The government compiled a disaster-prone zone map (ZRB) that showed 96.03% of Palu City was classified as disaster-prone. It does not only impact the community’s perception … Continue reading »

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Contribution of Community Resilience to City’s Livability within the Framework of Sustainable Development

LINK ARTICLE ABSTRACT Lessons learned from the crisis in Indonesia prove that the concept of community resilience, together with community-based development, significantly affects the ability to fight against the crisis at the local and community levels. In addition to improving urban livability, today’s urban development in Indonesia must also struggle to overcome various pressures due … Continue reading »

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Evaluating accessibility to city parks utilizing a space syntax method. A case study: City parks in Malang city

Abstract The government of Malang city has developed public space by increasing the number of city parks and revitalising the existing parks, functioned as active parks and city forests. Despite the development of individual city parks, about the debate has circulated regarding how the parks are integrated with the city’s spatial system. The focus of … Continue reading »

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Humanitarian engineering approach for re-designing pedestrian traffic inside the lecture building during the new normal COVID-19 pandemic

Abstract COVID-19 has brought a massive impact on people’s daily activities, office workers have implemented “Working from Home” (WFH), an elementary school to high school students have implemented “Study from Home” (SFH), as well as Campus academic communities’ activities’ implementing Learning from Home. This circumstance has changed daily human behavior for a year. In 2021, … Continue reading »

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Cross-border strategies to respond the impact of climate change in the upstream Brantas Watershed, Indonesia

ABSTRACT Brantas Watershed covers almost all regions of the Greater Malang (the Batu City, Malang City, and Malang Regency) and Blitar Regency in the East Java Province. These four cities/regencies are in one landscape so that several strategic sectors are interrelated. Global climate change impacts the form of environmental disasters in this region, which is … Continue reading »

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Sustainable Tourism Development Review: Steeping Poverty in Samosir

Sustainable Tourism Development Review: Steeping Poverty in Samosir Review Pembangunan Pariwisata Berkelanjutan: Meningkatnya Kemiskinan di Samosir PUBLISHED IN ADVANCE SCIENCE LETTER JOURNAL Volume 24, Number 12, December 2018, pp. 9441-9445(5) https://doi.org/10.1166/asl.2018.12293  

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Lessons learnt from and sustainability assessment of Indonesian urban kampong

Kampung Kota Indonesia, Pelajaran yang Didapatkan dan Asesmen Keberlanjutannya   Abstract and full text Pencarian model pembangunan yang baik (sustainable) telah berevolusi sejak era City Beautiful  hingga era Uncertainty saat ini. Banyak perencana dan perancang perkotaan mempraktikkan konsep dan desain modern Barat yang tidak sepenuhnya sesuai untuk negara-negara berkembang. Sesungguhnya dapat diidentifikasi bahwa bentuk dan karakteristik lokal … Continue reading »

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Convenience Component of Walkability in Malang City Case Study the Street Corridors Around City Squares

An article published in Procedia – Social and Behavioral Sciences  227: 587-592  Jul 2016 Abstrak Kota Malang sebagai kota terbesar kedua di Provinsi Jawa Timur cenderung kurang nyaman akhir-akhir ini. Kemacetan hampir terjadi setiap hari. Situasi mengarah kepada terganggunya kenyamanan pejalan kaki. Studi kasus ini menganalisis komponen kenyamanan walkability (CCW) di koridor jalan di sekitar … Continue reading »

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