Leapfrogging towards a Water Sensitive City - Exploring pathways for Bogor (Summary results, English)
figureposted on 2018-12-06, 07:11 authored by Hadi Susilo Arifin, Dr Dwinanti Marthanty, Ramirez-Lovering, Diego, Briony Rogers
This booklet is the result of a research collaboration between Monash University, Institut Pertanian Bogor (IPB) and Universitas Indonesia (UI) that has been addressing the social, political and biophysical aspects of the water system in Greater Bogor throughout 2017-2018.
Through these collaborations the Cluster has developed a deep insight into the pathways available to Greater Bogor to leapfrog to a more sustainable and water sensitive future city.
The research outputs are a resource for Bogor to inform and guide city and regional development in sustainable water practices and also deliver general insights for leapfrogging towards a Water Sensitive City (WSC) in other Indonesian cities more broadly.
Our research collaboration has drawn on a range of disciplines and methodological approaches to develop guidance on how leapfrogging pathways can be driven across each of the spheres of Bogor water management and operations.
This booklet aims to present the key insights and recommendations of each report. For more detail please refer to the full reports, available online in 2019.
The Australia-Indonesia Centre
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