Coastal Protection with the Community Based using the Local Wisdom in North Sulawesi

Journal of Sustainable Engineering: Proceedings Series

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Title Coastal Protection with the Community Based using the Local Wisdom in North Sulawesi
Creator Dundu, Ariestides K.T
Kumaat, Stevanny
Sibi, Mochtar
Subject coastal protection
community based
local wisdom
north sulawesi
Description The Coast Area is an area that has a physical condition where erosion occurs at other times, sedimentation occurs. Both of these conditions can be a problem in coastal areas. This is very closely related to land use in coastal areas. Another problem is that in protecting the beach by the government it is very expensive and cannot be carried out simultaneously throughout the coastal areas, so that people have to wait in uncertain times.In North Sulawesi coastal areas are widely used as settlements, tourist areas and other public facilities. The community has its own ability both in terms of the availability of natural resources and labour, so that it can secure the coast to reduce the risk of damage in its coastal areas.The method of building of non-structural coastal protection can be carried out by people whose construction types can be combined according to the conditions and availability of natural resources in the area.
Publisher Fakultas Teknik Universitas Sam Ratulangi
Date 2019-06-30
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
Peer-reviewed Article
Format application/pdf
Source Journal of Sustainable Engineering: Proceedings Series; Vol 1 No 1 (2019); 52-59
Language eng
Rights Copyright (c) 2019 Ariestides K.T Dundu, Stevanny Kumaat, Mochtar Sibi

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