CERAM : AN INVESTIGATION OF RESPONSE TO THE CHANGING CLIMATE IN GREATER JAKARTA

Syarifah Aini Dalimunthe, Intan Adhi Perdana Putri

Abstract


Over the past decade, increased knowledge coupled with economic incentives, subsidies and related
interventions has raised awareness and concern about climate change in vulnerable Greater Jakarta. This
paper will analyze index and status of responsiveness and pro environmental behavior of each region within
Greater Jakarta towards climate change by means of Climate Change Effectiveness Response Assessment
(CERAM) using multidimensional scaling technique (MDS). Total data used is 1261 respondents. Overall,
the index has shown Bogor responded and acted the most to climate change and likely has had more proenvironmental behavior. Bekasi, meanwhile, holds the highest index in individual resources (71.47). The
most influencing attribute regarding the index and status response are willingness to take out insurance. The
result of this study will provide evidence to support more ambitious regional response to climate change
based on the status of responsiveness of each region in Greater Jakarta.

Keywords


climate change, Greater Jakarta, multidimensional scaling (MDS), vulnerable, response

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