Integrating climate service co-production into spatial planning in Jakarta

Arya Lahasa Putra, J. Martinez*, J. Verplanke

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Abstract

Co-production in climate change has arisen in response to improving climate knowledge. Climate service co-production provides climate knowledge for decision-making, benefiting vulnerable communities with useful and usable information such as flooding risk areas. A climate service co-production project, including mapping technologies, has been conducted in Jakarta, Indonesia. However, it has not been integrated into mainstream spatial planning. This paper investigates an enabling environment for the integration of climate service co-production and spatial planning using a collaborative governance framework. We conducted semi-structured interviews, photovoice, and focus group discussions. The results highlight factors to enable integration; (1) an institutional reform to put climate service co-production on the agenda, (2) top-down priorities aligned with local-level needs, (3) local government will and leadership to execute the tasks and actions towards climate resilience, (4) trust of the local government with the community, (5) integrated geospatial data to have an effective climate knowledge to spatial planning.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)1-17
Number of pages17
JournalInternational journal of urban sustainable development
DOIs
Publication statusE-pub ahead of print/First online - 3 Nov 2020

Keywords

  • Climate knowledge
  • climate service co-production
  • co-production
  • collaborative governance
  • community knowledge
  • enabling environment
  • integration barriers
  • Jakarta
  • ITC-HYBRID
  • UT-Hybrid-D

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