IMPACT OF CLIMATE CHANGE ON SOCIAL, ECONOMICS AND CULTURE IN INDONESIA

Tiomy Butsianto Adi, Bhaskara Anggarda Gathot Subrata

Abstract


Global climate change is one of the important environmental issues of the world today, meaning that it is not only discussed in Indonesia but also in other countries throughout the world. This is due to global climate change causing negative impacts on various sectors of life. This article discusses the impact of climate change on social, economic and cultural aspects explained through case studies and the results of previous research in Indonesia, focusing on the linkages between changes in the global environment and the social, economic and cultural changes that occur in Indonesian society. Climate change in Indonesia has an impact on cultural change in the Baliem Valley, changes in gender socialization in Solok District and changes in farmers' income in several regions in Indonesia. The impact of climate change on various sectors has implications for the economic, social and cultural activities of a region, a region, maybe even for the whole world. In addition to the effects that directly affect various human activities, social and economic costs must also be spent to slow global warming is also very high.


Keywords


Climate change, social, economy, culture, Indonesia



DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.15835/agrisp.v109i1-2.13259



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