The availability of green open space in Banjarmasin City were minimal and limited, which is 2.52% of the total area. Based on Law number 26 of 2007 be appointed that the percentage of a city's public green open space is at least 20% of the total area. Banjarmasin City is currently experiencing a land use shifting of green land into built-up land which can damage the environment. Banjarmasin City is a city of a thousand rivers so that green open space and blue open space have a very strong role in tackling floods that often occur every year caused by high rainfall so that the water discharge increases, river area narrows and the lack of green open space to absorb excess water. Banjarmasin City Government are trying to meet the needs of green open space in one of the leading tourist destinations, namely Bromo Island. Bromo Island has a handling theme, namely Preserving the green open space area and developing ecotourism. This research aims to formulates the right strategy for the development of Bromo Island as a green open space ecotourism area in Banjarmasin City. To achieve this goals, an agreement was made on the development zoning criteria using the Delphi technique by conducting interviews with key respondents and then formulating a development strategy using the triangulation validation method. The results of this research is indicated that there are 3 development zones including the core zone, buffer zone and developer zone and also each zone has a different development strategy.
|IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science
|Published - 2022
|2nd Internationa Conference on Sustainability and Resilience of Coastal Management, SRCM 2021 - Virtual, Online
Duration: 29 Nov 2021 → 30 Nov 2021
- Development Strategy
- Development Zoning
- Green Open Space Ecotourism