ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT ANALYSIS OF COASTAL WATERS POLLUTION IN EAST SURABAYA, INDONESIARUDIANTO, MACKY USMAWATI, ALIVIA MUTIARA KARINA AND KARTIKA SANDRASASI
As a maritime country, Indonesia has 24 coastal cities (provincial capitals) spreading from SabangtoMerauke. The rapid growth of the population has a direct implication for the use of space in coastal areas which does not align with the conservation function of the area as a coastal environment of the sea. Sea pollution has negatively affected public health aspects. It has also disrupted food security and supply, and community security. This study aims to examine the level of coastal water pollution and mitigation efforts by formulating the structure of the strategic framework for environmental management. The method used is partial least square (PLS). PLS is a method for building predictive models which has many collinear factors. The location of the study was industrial areas around the city of East Surabaya currently used for recreation and slum areas. The results show that the management of Surabayaâs eastern coastal environment needs to be carried out using co-management approach which includes seven objectives formulated in the strategic framework structure.
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