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PSTA-LAPAN Decision Support System Products for Sustainable Development Goals
News Writter : • Photographers : • 19 Oct 2020

Focus Group Discussion on Atmospheric Science about Technology, Environment, and the Latest Climate Series 5 (SATELIT # 5) was held online on Thursday, October 15, 2020 through virtual media zoom meetings and live streaming on the PSTA-LAPAN youtube channel.

Head of PSTA-LAPAN, Dr. Didi Satiadi, M.Sc. delivered the opening speech of FGD SATELLITE # 5 with a presentation on PSTA's Decission Support System (DSS) Products to Support Development. Didi Satiadi explained that climate change is an important issue faced by humanity and has become the main stream in national development planning. In this case, PSTA-LAPAN seeks to contribute through research and development of climate change-related decision support systems or better known as SRIRAMA. "PSTA's vision is to become the driving force for the National Development Sectors based on Atmospheric Science and Technology. With the mission of strengthening a productive, independent and competitive economic structure through the use of atmospheric science and technology in national development. To achieve this vision and mission, we build a PSTA business process that describes the value chain from input, to process, output, outcome, impact from various parts of the PSTA that carry out it, there are five main research groups, namely the atmospheric environment, transportation safety and disaster research group food and maritime security, climate change, and atmospheric technology. Its implementation is supported by five main laboratories with output in the form of observations, knowledge or studies, models, predictions packaged in the DSS which are expected to help various development sectors in Indonesia that contribute to the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The development roadmap in PSTA, from 2020 to 2024, PSTA focuses on developing DSS in the fields of food security, transportation safety, as well as climate change adaptation and mitigation.

Some of the products produced by PSTA, developed for the needs of various development sectors such as SADEWA for disasters, SEMAR for marine and fisheries, SRIKANDI for the atmospheric environment, SANTANU for disasters, JATAYU for transportation safety, KAMAJAYA for agriculture or food security, SRIRAMA for climate change, and INDRA for water resources. On this occasion the FGD will be delivered especially for SRIRAMA. SRIRAMA provides information on climate change projections throughout Indonesia based on simulation results from the CCAM climate model up to 50 and up to 100 years from now which hopefully can be used for spatial planning, mitigation and climate change adaptation. " Didi Satiadi explained. The Head of PSTA-LAPAN hopes that the SATELIT # 5 FGD will benefit all participants who attended and for Indonesia's development.


Guided by the PSTA-LAPAN researcher, Dr. Noersomadi, M.Si. as moderator, the first session of FGD SATELLITE # 5 presented the Head of the PSTA-LAPAN Climate Change Research Group, Drs. Bambang Siswanto, M.Sc., Researcher at the Center for Disease Vector and Reservoir Research and Development, Health Research and Development Agency, Riyani Setiyaningsih, S.Si, M.Sc., and Researcher at the Center for Veterinary Research, Ministry of Agriculture, Dr. Drh. NLP Indi Dharmayanti, M.Si.

Head of Climate Change Research Group PSTA-LAPAN, Drs. Bambang Siswanto, M.Si. In his presentation on the Climate Change Activity Program at the Center for Atmospheric Science and Technology in his presentation, Bambang explained the activity programs within the climate change research group PSTA-LAPAN. "PSTA's climate change activity program is to carry out research on climate variability and change in the Indonesian Continent-Maritime region. Research on physical and chemical processes related to climate change to increase their representation in atmospheric models including the sun-earth relationship". The Head of the Climate Change Research Group PSTA-LAPAN explained.

Researcher at the Research and Development Center for Disease Vector and Reservoir, Health Research and Development Agency, Riyani Setiyaningsih, S.Si, M.Sc. delivered the topic of exposure about the existence of disease vectors in Indonesia. It was explained that there are different trends for each region in Indonesia related to the distribution and fluctuation of disease vectors in Indonesia. "The distribution and fluctuation of vectors tends to be different in Indonesian regions. Environmental conditions affect the presence of vectors. Longitudinal studies are needed to get a picture of vector density and behavior and the potential to transmit disease agents in an area". Riyani affirmed.

The next speaker was a researcher at the Center for Veterinary Research, Ministry of Agriculture, Dr. Drh. NLP Indi Dharmayanti, M.Si. who delivered a presentation on the Effects of Climate on Diseases Spread by Animals. Indi said that there are direct and indirect impacts of climate change on humans and the environment."The direct impact of climate change on habitats is changes in ecosystems, coupled with increased anthropogenic pressure on the environment, which greatly affects biodiversity, which in turn has an impact on the emergence and transmission of infectious diseases. Climate also has many indirect effects through socio-economic factors. inhibits existing disease control measures, including vector control. " said Indi.In the second session, speakers from the Directorate of Identification and Vulnerability of the Climate Change Adaptation Directorate of the Ministry of Environment and Forestry, Ir. Arif Wibowo, M.Sc., Environment Director of the National Development Planning Agency (BAPPENAS), Ir. Medrilzam M., Ph.D., and Engineering PSTA-LAPAN, Drs. Mahmud delivered a presentation on the Climate Change Information System (SRIRAMA).Head of Sub-Directorate for Identification and Vulnerability of the Directorate of Climate Change Adaptation, Ministry of Environment and Forestry, Ir. Arif Wibowo, M.Sc. delivered a presentation on the results of the study on climate change in Indonesia. Arif explained about strategies for resilience in the face of climate change in Indonesia. "The strategy for climate change resilience is to develop policy instruments for climate change adaptation and disaster risk reduction with integration into development planning and financial mechanisms. Increased climate literacy about vulnerability and risk, landscape-based approaches to comprehensive understanding, strengthening local capacity on best practice to improved knowledge management, stakeholder participation, and adaptive application of technology are essential ". He said.Director of Environment of the National Development Planning Agency (BAPPENAS), Ir. Medrilzam M., Ph.D. delivered a presentation on Indonesia's Climate Resilience Management Policy. It was explained that policies need to be taken for climate change problems in Indonesia."Build Back Better with Low Carbon Development (B3-Low Carbon) is by escalating the food system, creating green jobs, investing in green infrastructure, managing waste and implementing a circular economy, and protecting biodiversity."The last speaker was Perkayasa PSTA-LAPAN, Drs. Mahmud who delivered a presentation on the Climate Change Information System (SRIRAMA). Mahmud emphasized that SRIRAMA is a web-based information system as a product of DSS PSTA-LAPAN."A web-based information system that provides information on climate change and its impact assessment for the Indonesian region which refers to the results of running atmospheric models visualized spatially and temporally" at the end of his presentation, it was conveyed that SRIRAMA can be used for spatial planning, mitigation, and climate change adaptation. is expected to have an impact to support national development.

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