Sustainable Development Assessment on North Jakarta using Indicators and PLS-SEM

  • Lilyana Lilyana Universitas Indonesia
  • Naufal Sanca Lovandhika Universitas Indonesia
  • Rudy P. Tambunan Universitas Indonesia
  • Suyud Warno Utomo Universitas Indonesia
  • Teuku Yuri M. Zagloel Universitas Indonesia
  • Lina Gozali Universitas Tarumanegara
Keywords: Sustainable Development, Indicators, PLS-SEM, Coastal Area, Monitoring, GIS


Indonesia, as the second longest coastline country in the world, contain a huge coastal area need to be managed. One way to manage coastal area is using monitoring systems, yet none of them has been effectively implemented in Indonesia. This research attempts to develop monitoring system using indicators. There were 105 indicators that chosen from references. Each of the indicators were filtered by scoring method and then be processed using PLS-SEM resulting 9 indicators and sustainability development monitoring model. Coastal Area of North Jakarta has been chosen as area to implementing the model since that area are dynamics and growing rapidly. Based on the model, coastal area of North Jakarta has good economic condition (62.2%), medium social condition (46.7%), and bad natural environment condition (38%). Sustainable development seems quite implemented in this area since the balance of Economic-Social-Natural Environment was on the medium and balanced category. By using GIS can be seen that the development that occurred in west side study area are better than middle or east side.


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Author Biographies

Lilyana Lilyana, Universitas Indonesia

Postgraduate Student, Environmental School, Universitas Indonesia, Jakarta, Indonesia

Naufal Sanca Lovandhika, Universitas Indonesia

Lecturer of Human Resource and Environment Study, University of Indonesia, Jakarta, Indonesia

Rudy P. Tambunan, Universitas Indonesia

Lecturer of Human Resource and Environment Study, University of Indonesia, Jakarta, Indonesia

Suyud Warno Utomo, Universitas Indonesia

Lecturer of Human Resource and Environment Study, University of Indonesia, Jakarta, Indonesia

Teuku Yuri M. Zagloel, Universitas Indonesia
Lecturer of Industrial Engineering, University of Indonesia, Jakarta, Indonesia
Lina Gozali, Universitas Tarumanegara

Lecturer of Industrial Engineering, Tarumanagara University, Jakarta, Indonesia


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How to Cite
Lilyana, L., Lovandhika, N. S., Tambunan, R. P., Utomo, S. W., Zagloel, T. Y. M., & Gozali, L. (2019). Sustainable Development Assessment on North Jakarta using Indicators and PLS-SEM. Indonesian Journal of Energy, 2(1), 51-60.