Green open space masterplan at Jakarta Capital City, Indonesia for climate change mitigation        

R Setiowati, H S Hasibuan and R H Koestoer
Published under license by IOP Publishing Ltd
IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science, Volume 200, conference 1

Abstract
The number of Green Open Space (GOS) in Jakarta has been decreased by 23 % from 1983 to 2013. Currently, the area is only about 4.65 % (3,080.89 ha) and still far from the public GOS target based on Act No. 26 the Year 2007 which targeted at least 20 % of the Province area. The planning of green zone in Jakarta Spatial Planning 2020 is only about 11.7 % (7,749.36 ha) of the total area. Based on the Local Regulation No. 1 the Year 2008 on Jakarta Mid Term Development Planning 2007-2012, Jakarta Capital City Government (JCCG) should create GOS Masterplan as a development guide of GOS to the future. The government has not completed the master plan yet. The government committed by lowering down the emission by 30 % in 2030. The study aims to analyze the need for GOS Masterplan in Jakarta to increase both GOS’s quality and quantity. The objective of this study is to investigate the planning document of GOS Masterplan. The method used by reviewing the GOS Masterplan according to Jakarta Spatial Planning 2030 in order to support Local Action Plan for Greenhouse Gas Emission Reduction at 2030 for climate mitigation.

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