Coastal Resilience - Resilient Coastal Cities
Resilient Coastal Cities is a partnership project between the Red Cross and The Nature Conservancy. An objective of the project is to identify nature-based adaptation solutions for reducing flood risk. Click on a flood event below:

Semarang Flood Events in Last 12 Months:

In Semarang:

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25 Flood Related Tweets

1-2
3-5
5-10
10+

200 People Affected

56 Places Affected

Livelihoods Affected

12 Tourism & Cultural Sites
256 km of Roads
175 ha of Agricultural Land
129 ha of Rice Fields

Critical Infrastructure




Mangrove restoration provides a viable adaptation option along Semarang’s coastal area in convertible and low productivity rice fields.

In Semarang:

2,381 Hectares

Mangrove Restoration Potential

1,429 Hectares

Convertible Rice Fields

54

Low Production Rice Fields

While based on coastal engineering parameters from Wetlands International and Deltares, these scenarios are hypothetical and should be used for visualization purposes only.

Height of Sediment from Top of Barrier (meters)

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2
3

Orientation from Shore (degrees)

120
200
250