Bureaucratic role in green village innovation model at Yogyakarta, Indonesia

A T Sulistiyani1, Sutarno2,4, P Setyono2 and R D Wahyuningsih3

1Doctoral Program of Environmental Science, Sebelas Maret University, Surakarta,
2 Dept. of Biology, Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Sebelas Maret
3 Faculty of Social and Political Sciences, Sebelas Maret University

4Corresponding author: nnsutarno@mipa.uns.ac.id

Abstract. Environmental quality can be improved, especially to deal with climate change issues, if the government bureaucracy is able to perform distribution and management for urban green space. This is a crucial obligation wherein its implementation the government should develop the spirit of green bureaucracy in the long term. One of the government programs that can fulfill that obligation is green village innovation. Some bureaucracy is related to the development of this program, although until now, the Dept.of Environment is the only stakeholder that plays a role. Ideally, this program can be successful with the synergy of all stakeholders. This study will discuss the role of bureaucracy in the green village innovation model in the Yogyakarta Special Region (DIY), Indonesia. The method was performed by the qualitative approach and secondary documents analysis. The bureaucracy roles and recommendations for improving the green village innovation model bureaucracy will be explained in this journal. The bureaucratic roles of program implementation experience errors at the management level, such as an error in the technical-operational. In addition, limited resources cause uneven spread to the objects. In the end, the resources are insufficient so the results are less efficient. Therefore, repositioning the bureaucratic role to the conceptual level and doing coordination with the related parties is required.