• Water Conservation,  Water Management

    Sand Dunes

    In coastal areas besides dynamics that occur, there are also natural processes that can actually be utilized by the surrounding population. One of them is sand dune. Sand dune is a natural laboratory in the form of sand dunes formed by the wind carrying sand. Not all coastal areas have this natural laboratory, one of the beaches that has is Parangtritis beach, Yogyakarta, Indonesia. The process of formation begins with sand spewed by Merapi volcano when it erupts which then settles. After being deposited on the shore a very strong wind from the Indian Ocean distributes this sand back to the north. Then formed a natural embankment which we know…

  • Water Conservation,  Water Management

    Regional Autonomy Obstruct Watershed Management

    The watershed is categorized as a healthy watershed that can be seen from its sustainability factor. Sustainability in question is when the dry season of the watershed is not drought and if the rainy season the watershed will not flood.  Both risks, both drought or flood, can be minimized if the watershed management is going well.  Watershed management will run well if the management is in accordance with the principle of one river one plan one management or in other words centralized in one stream.  But in reality, in the management of watersheds there is also a Law on Regional Autonomy.  As we know that the Regional Autonomy Law is…

  • Water Conservation,  Water Irrigation,  Water Management

    Water Conservation

    What are the goals in watershed management? Some of them are for the welfare of the people who live around the watershed. So, how to make this happen? One of them is through water conservation. How come? Come see the reviews below.   Water conservation is a special objective in sustainable watershed management. Realizing water conservation will bring prosperity to the communities around the watershed. What exactly is water conservation and how do you save water? Basically, water conservation cannot be separated from soil conservation. The principle of water conservation is to ensure that water originating from rainwater does not quickly reach the estuary, namely the sea. Or in other…