Urban Forest Management as Part of Sustainable City’s Concept Prague & Jakarta
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A common platform in urban forest management has been initiated in the Czech Republic in order to integrate the policy of natural environment and the framework of cultural landscapes within European initiatives. Prior to political and social contestation among its stakeholders at the national level, the platform accomodates different parties to create a sustainable action and a decentralized management in environmental matter. The aim of this research furthermore is to analyse roles and responsibilities of each stakeholder. City munieipals, scholars, Non Governmental Organizations and the individual community surrounding are indeed part of the intertwined relationships in managing natural resources and its relation to urban forest. The relationship among stakeholders has not only resulted conflicts, but it also creates cooperation and negotiation in order to achieve common objectives. This research also focuses the case study of urban forest injakarta for comparison. This research employs qualitative method to investigate the problem and to explore the issues by conducting field research. A semi structured interviews and participant observer had been provided to gather data in order to to elaborate the roles of stakeholders (actors) and their responsibilities Within the sustainable framework of urban forest management. This research emphasises the Czech’s experiences in managing naturalresources and urban planning by mapping multiple benefits of urban forestry in Prague. Finally, the Urban Forest is not merely associated with environmental matters, but it also creates social and cultural benefits for city inhabitants.
Author: Kurnia Novianti, Fahmi Taftazani, Ayu Nova Lissandhi, Siswanto