WEBINAR#61 “Mitigasi Bencana dalam Perencanan Wilayah”

Tue, 13 Sep 2022
9:23 am
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Oleh : Admin-Teknik Geofisika   |

The Indonesian people live in areas of active plate collision and in tropical climates. This means that we live in areas prone to earthquakes, tsunamis, liquefaction, volcanic eruptions, landslides, etc. At the same time we live in the equatorial region, there is a lot of rain, wind, heat, high tides, big waves, etc. that occur for months per year. Phenomena of el nino, la nina, tropical cyclones etc., which provide additional rain and additional heat for Indonesia.

These natural occurrences have been going on for a long time and repeat themselves with the same strength, return period, location, path. As part of the dynamics of the earth that must occur. Currently, climate change is increasing hydrometeorological threats such as triggering floods, landslides, flash floods, hurricanes, extreme waves and coastal abrasion.
This nation must adapt and continuously carry out mitigation actions, both structural mitigation and non-structural mitigation so that disaster risk can be reduced.

The data states that a total of 1,183 people die per year due to disasters in the last 10 years. The head of the National Disaster Management Agency (BNPB) (2021), stated that Indonesia suffered economic losses due to disasters an average of IDR 22.8 trillion per year. This means that every year there is a diversion of productive funds to be diverted to disaster management.

In accordance with the mandate of President Joko Widodo to synergize all stakeholders in preventing and mitigating disasters through sustainable regional planning. Through disaster mitigation, it is hoped that it will become an important investment and become one of the approaches in regional planning and development.

Departmen of Geophysical Engineering, Faculty of Civil, Planning, and Geo Engineering, Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember Surabaya, in collaboration with  BNPB, UGM, MAGETI, HAGI, IAGI, PP MKPI presents a webinar to share experiences, good practices and formulate future recommendations related to disaster mitigation in regional planning.

Invited resource speakers:

  • Dr Agus Wibowo (Director of Pengembangan Strategi Penanggulangan Bencana BNPB)
  • Dr Tri Mulyani Sunarharum (Lecturer of Teknik Arsitektur dan Perencanaan Wilayah UGM)
  • Dr Amien Widodo (Lecturer of Teknik Geofisika ITS)

As moderator:

  • Hertiari Idajati, S.T., M.Sc. (Dosen perencanaan Wilayah dan Kota ITS)

Note the date :

📆 Saturday, 17 September 2022
⏰ 13.30-16.00 WIB
📹 Zoom webinar :

The presentation of speaker can be accessed here


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