Indonesian Cities Green Development Index: A Prototype Measurement

Zuzy Anna, Purna Hindayani, Intan Adhi Perdana Putri

Abstract


This study attempted to develop a model of performance evaluation instrument of green economic development, which has been run by the cities in Indonesia. This instrument referred to, as the Indonesian Green City Development Index (IGCDI). The purpose of this study was to determine indicators of urban green development, and a prototype for the evaluation of a model of green development indicators cities in Indonesia. The model was applied to several samples tested cities in Indonesia. IGCDI, in the early stages constructed of natural resources and environment, economic and social dimension. The major finding of this study is a drafting of green cities development indicators in Indonesia, along with the evaluation that measured using the index. Of several cities that made this prototype test sample, (9 city of 2 provinces), known cities ranking of green development, with the highest and lowest index, which can be used as an evaluation for the future development of green economy policies on the region.


Keywords


cities; index; Green development; Indicators; Prototype; Green Economy.

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