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Pantai Baru is located in Bantul district, precisely in Ngentak Hamlet, Poncosari Village, Srandakan. Physically, it is separated from Pandan Simo beach with protected forest boundaries. The length of Pantai Baru is approximately 4000 m, ranging from Kuwaru beach to Progo River estuary.

The development of tourist areas in Pantai Baru and the increasing number of tourists certainly will bring result in increased development of the economic conditions of local people. However, the community has been disposing their waste, such as laundry waste originating from the fish shop or the fish waste, by burying them in the ground and discharging the waste in the surrounding environment. Such actions will cause potential environmental pollution such as contaminated groundwater.

The continued development of the tourism attractions can cause a variety of environmental problems, such as :

  1. The sand in Pantai Baru which smells fishy
  2. This is caused by the water waste used to wash the fish which is disposed by the waitress and a variety of other plastic garbage. Over time this can also lead to pollution of the marine ecosystem in the surrounding areas. In addition, it can cause a foul odor that can disrupt community activities and tourists’ comfort.

  3. Coastal erosion/ abrasion
  4. This is caused by the water waste used to wash the fish which is disposed by the waitress and a variety of other plastic garbage. Over time this can also lead to pollution of the marine ecosystem in the surrounding areas. In addition, it can cause a foul odor that can disrupt community activities and tourists’ comfort.

  5. No synergy
  6. There is no synergy between the management of Pantai Baru and the authority handling the energy installation in the beach area. Tall fir trees planted in the beach can disturb direction and speed of the wind for the windmill. Initially the planting of these fir trees are intended to withstand abrasion, but it is done without or with minimum synergy with the authorities handling the energy installation there.

  7. Abandoned pools
  8. Under the windmills, there are many abandoned pools that are considered seedy and reduce the aesthetic value of the place as a tourism area.

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Important Dates For 2016

Early Bird

30 April 

Abstract Submission deadline

1 May - 31 May 

Full Paper Submission

10 June 

Notification of Acceptance

13 June - 30 June 

Payment

1 July - 31 July 

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Reguler

1 May - 17 July 

Abstract Submission period

18 July - 10 Aug 

Full Paper Submission(deadline)

20 Aug 

Notification of Acceptance

20 Aug - 31 Aug 

Payment

1 Sept - 30 Sept 

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