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Volume 8, Number 1 / April issue 2022
Arniwaty, Yetrie Ludang, Bambang S. Lautt, Lies Indrayanti
City park development strategy for Palangka Raya to meet the needs of greenspace
Abstract

Urban development tends to eliminate the face of nature and reduce open areas. Many growth areas have been converted into trade areas, residential areas, industrial areas, transportation networks and other city facilities and infrastructure. The state of the urban environment is developing economically but declining ecologically. Although the quantity of the area is decreasing, this study tries to maintain the ecological quality with the strategy of developing urban parks, especially for the city of Palangka Raya. The strategy includes the legal basis for applicable parks, suitability of parks, and biodiversity for a park. The expected result in the future is the harmony of urban development with the capacity and quality of the environment.
Keywords: greenspace, city park, strategy, suitability, biodiversity

Cite this article:
Arniwaty, Yetrie Ludang, Bambang S. Lautt, Lies Indrayanti. City park development strategy for Palangka Raya to meet the needs of greenspace. Acta Scientiae et Intellectus, 8(1); 2022, 79-89.


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