Improving Tangible Strategy for Botanical Gardens Expansion in Indonesia (Case Study in Bogor Botanical Gardens)

Muhammad Nashar, Agustinus Haryadi DP


This study is to analysis the implementation on tangible strategy in Bogor Botanical Gardens towards processing to become World Heritage. The process has been doing related with Bogor Botanical Gardens vision to protect and increasing value of the Gardens.  The Bogor Botanical Gardens which is the oldest Botanical Garden in Indonesia has been applying tangible strategy i.e. Management system, strategic planning, human resources planning and become center of excellence for international research. Based on the interview the effort to fight the Gardens as a Universal cultural Heritage are the first step to achieve a national identity and support the sustainable development of the World Heritage. The conservation efforts need to be understood and interpreted to have high benefits as a generator of economic growth, social, culture for the city of Bogor and society at large, in order to achieve a balance of environmental, security-safety and public health as well as thesustainability of the botanical gardens.

DOI: 10.7176/JESD/11-2-08

Publication date: January 31st 2020

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