Strategic Analysis Of Coastal Pollution Control By Using Interpretive Structural Modeling

IJEP 41(10): 1147-1151 : Vol. 41 Issue. 10 (October 2021)

Hasrianti Hasrianti1*, Azis N. Bambang2 and Maryono Maryono3

1. Cokroaminoto Palopo University, Faculty of Science, Palopo, Indonesia
2. Diponegoro University, Faculty of Fisheries and Marine Science, Semarang, Indonesia
3. Diponegoro University, Departement of Urban and Regional Planning, Semarang, Indonesia


Based on current and local needs, development planning and management programmes are significant in coastal areas with special available approaches, particularly the design and implementation of management policies. This method is possibly achieved by involving all stakeholders. The purpose of this study, therefore, was to formulate policy strategies towards controlling coastal pollution using interpretive structural modeling (ISM). In addition, the research was conducted at the shores of Palopo city. However, the recommendations are expected to increase public awareness on environmental management, provide clean facilities and infrastructure, perform integrated waste management installations and improve spatial coordination. Various stakeholders known to play an important role include coastal communities, local government, sanitation agencies, environmental bodies, maritime and fisheries departments, as well as housing and settlement regions.


Coastal, Stakeholder, policy, Interpretive structural modeling


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