FACTORS INLFUENCING of LAND USE CONFLICTS IN PATIMBAN SEAPORT INDONESIA

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Abstract Summary
Coastal areas are globally under pressure during the last centuries. It often results in land use conflicts which are affected by the diverse composition of stakeholders and interest as well as lack of governance. Our study from Patimban Indonesia explores the influencing factors of large scale land transformation for seaport development resulting in land use conflicts and options for governance in the future. We realized interviews and standardized survey to investigate drivers of changes and landowners’ decision making processes to uncover different dimension of the relationship between land use changes between 2010 and 2018. Additionally, those GIS maps are utilized to identify the physical and spatial changes. We valuate that coastal land management in Northern of Subang shows poor performance of land governance, which undermines or hamper the efforts to create sustainable development, environment, and agriculture. One option for the future could be to enforce a stronger coherence between land use planning and land tenure towards an integrated land governance process. Additionally, it will be necessary to discuss and redefine the role of government in coastal land-use development at all levels, especially to raise the capacity of local government in land management.
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ISO120
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Planner
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Regional Development Planning Board, West Java Province
Extracurricular Professor and Head of Research Group: Change and Innovation
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Leibniz Centre für Agricultural Landscape Research Müncheberg e.V. (ZALF), Germany

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