Integrated sustainability index of east Surabaya with casbee tools toward a sustainable city

Handryant, Aisyah Nur and Harini, Sri and Kusumadewi, Tarranita and Kurniawaty, Prima (2020) Integrated sustainability index of east Surabaya with casbee tools toward a sustainable city. Presented at International Conference on Green Technology 10, 2-3 October 2019, Savana Hotel, Malang.

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Abstract

Surabaya is a city that continues to grow from year to year. Various problems that can be identified in the city of Surabaya include population density due to immigration. Statistics show that in 2014 Surabaya's population reached 3,020,305 million with a total poverty line of 168,000 people or 5.97% of the total population. Surabaya east is one of the industrial areas in Surabaya which contributes to increasing emissions. This research is focused on the East Surabaya area with samples in Kendangsari Village, Rungkut Kidul Village and Rungkut Tengah Village. The three locations have the same character in the form of industrial estate supported by residential areas both settlements and surrounding housing. This research uses descriptive quantitative and qualitative approaches. Observations were made on several environmental aspects which were grouped into aspects of Quality (Q) and load (L). These aspects are aspects of the assessment of the Comprehensive Assessment Built Environment Efficiency - Urban Development (CASBEE-UD) index. Based on calculations it is known that the index for the East Surabaya region is (B +) Good, this index shows the quality level of the region one level below the quality of sustainable areas. The index results indicate that the region is approaching a sustainable status. Based on the results of calculations and scoring it is known that the environmental quality in this region is good at 3.5 (three points five), with a breakdown of the environmental quality index of 2.4 (two-point four), social quality index of 3.8 (three-point eight) and economic quality index of 4.4 (four-point four). However, the environmental burden received by this region is moderate, so the score obtained is 2.7 (two points seven)

Item Type: Conference (Paper)
Keywords: sustainable; city; casbee
Subjects: 12 BUILT ENVIRONMENT AND DESIGN > 1201 Architecture > 120104 Architectural Science and Technology (incl. Acoustics, Lighting, Structure and Ecologically Sustainable Design)
Divisions: Faculty of Technology > Department of Architecture
Depositing User: Aisyah Nur Handryant
Date Deposited: 10 May 2020 00:46

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