Increasing Institutional Capacity in Fishermen Adaptation of Climate Change

Denny, Hermawan and Y.Y.G, Seran and Berry, Sastrawan and Afmi, Apriliani and Rita, Rahmawati and M., Luthfi (2018) Increasing Institutional Capacity in Fishermen Adaptation of Climate Change. nternational Conference Recent Innovation. pp. 2175-2182. ISSN ISBN: 978-989-758-458-9

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The aim of the research is to identify and to map climate change effect of fisherman in Indonesia, and to describe local community adaptation from climate change. This research is a qualitative descriptive study and used the constructivism paradigm. After the data is obtained, it is used as a discussion material to formulate a preliminary model of institutional capacity building for fishermen. The result of the research showed that the understanding and knowledge of fishermen about climate are empirical based on experience and pragmatics related to the characteristics of weather anomalies, with a relatively low educational background and work ethic, fishermen in both research locations have a certain capacity to deal with climate change problems. In general, fishermen make similar adaptation patterns, In particular, fishermen’s adaptation pattern in Kepulauan Seribu is more comprehensive than Pelabuhan ratu which sometimes still carries out illegal activities. In the both locations there has been an institutional arrangement consisting of government institutions. Local institutions in both research locations have sought to increase the capacity of fishermen in dealing with climate change through training programs, direct program assistance, or fisheries area management programs so that fisheries resource management can be carried out sustainable.

Item Type: Article
Subjects: H Social Sciences > H Social Sciences (General)
Divisions: Sekolah Pascasarjana > Magister Administrasi Publik
Depositing User: Andri Brawijaya
Date Deposited: 09 Jun 2021 06:43
Last Modified: 09 Jun 2021 06:43

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