on 2014 Semarang will build new park as part of green open space in Mankang, Taman Pandaran, and Taman Barito.Read More Read Less
Emission from parks and streets lighting is projected will be around 48,000 tons CO2e by 2020. In order to urge efficiency, the government replaces 30% of park &street lighting with LED lights. In the previous demonstration, the government cooperated with a private company, OSRAM. The demonstration showed 33% reduced emission.Read More Read Less
In waste management, the government of Semarang City seeks to reduce the amount of waste by applying composting technology for fresh waste. Implemented by a private company, Narpati Agung Karya, this project is designed to treat up to 350 tons waste per day. The project will change the conventional way of waste management which previously fresh waste was open-dumped in landfill area, left decay anaerobically, and releasing emission in the process.Read More Read Less
The Government of Semarang started the BRT initiative back in 2009 as the effort to encourage the use of public mass transportation. Currently, there are already 2 corridors served, while the city government targets 6 corridors in total, expected in 2020. By that time, the government plans to have 2400 buses operating which is projected to be able to accommodate the needs of society, and pushing them to switch from using private vehicles and smaller public transportation (angkot). To achieve this goal, the city government also tries to discourage the use of provate vehicles by applying parking fee, 3 in 1 area, and Car Free Day program on Sundays. The government seeks to reduced 48,000 tons CO2e from the projected total emission from this sector 1,802,000 tons CO2e.Read More Read Less
Semarang will convert all of it's street lighting from conventional electricity to solar cell in 2020. on 2014, it's targeted to convert all street lighting in one road section : 3 spot in Jalan Pelajar, 5 spot in Jalan Prof. Hamka, 5 spot in Jalan Pemuda, 5 spot in Jalan Prof. Sudarto, and 3 spot in Jalan Taman DiponegoroRead More Read Less
temporary landfill will be builtin every kecamatan (district) in semarang to prevent midden of waste that can not be transport to the landfill because of the capacity dump truck existing. The temporary landfill will also have facilities to composting waste. in 2015 it;s targeted to build 32 installation in every districtRead More Read Less
The government of Semarang City realized the importance of ensuring the application of green procurement in purchasing all government goods. The criterias in procurement indicators are added with efficiency in energy use, hazardous material contained, recycled material contained, and some other criterias. The composition of energy used in government office buildings is on average: 40% for air conditioner, 20% for working utilities, 10% for lighting, and 10% for others. The goal is to cut the emission from air conditioner by 30% (9,000 tons CO2e) from total emission from the total emission from air conditioners which is 90,000 CO2e, by replacing 90% air conditioners unit with the more efficient ones.Read More Read Less
The main aim of this program is to recover the coastal line back to its original point in 1996, which was 1.6 kms from the current line. In the other hand, this program also provide an alternate livelyhood for the people living around the mangrove area for the rich benefits of mangrove itself (as alternative food, firewood, etc). For the marine life, mangrove also helps to recover the habitat for the milkfishes and shrimps, which also offer another economic benefits for the local people.Read More Read Less
The program currently implemented in Beringin River as the piloting project. Having 21 rivers, Semarang has a great potential of floods whenever heavy rains occurs. This program aims build a disaster-ready society through making review and planning on an early-warning system, coordination with the are where the water comes, as well as evacuation and shelter system.
The program works beyond the installation of automatic level rain monitor, but also river level monitor. The society is taught on how to read the tools and teach it to their surroundings. They are also being taught on how the response when the flood occurs, including how to evacuate their belongings.
The program aims to address drought issue as well as reducing the water run-off from the upstream to downstream. The main initial working area includes reviewing and develop planing for rain water harvesting permanent facility and building 10 pilot facilities in the city. Currently the project has been replicated into the installment of such system at 62 households.
The program started with 10 pilot projects and currently has been replicated in 62 households in the form of permanent rain water harvesting installation.
The City of Semarang has reported 2 Community emission inventories, since 2010. In its latest inventory, compiled in 2010, the Transport, Stationary energy and Waste management are identified as key emission sources.
The City of Semarang has reported 2 government operational inventories, since 2010. In its latest inventory, compiled in 2010, the Transport is identified as key emission source.
Mayor Hendrar PrihadiCity of Semarang, Indonesia