Indonesia Researcher, WRI Indonesia
Dewi is an Urban Forestry Researcher for Cities4Forests at WRI Indonesia. She provides technical assistance to the Jakarta Government in Urban Landscape and Green Open Space-related topics for strategic planning and implementation. She has been working together with the Jakarta Government in the formulation of two policies that launched in 2021, the Governor’s Regulation on Park Provision and Use, and the Governor’s Regulation on Tree Protection and Management. She also supports GIS and technical data assistance on a project to develop Jakarta’s GHG inventory from trees and forests.
Before joining the team, she worked as a landscape architect in the construction of Batam Botanics Garden with the Indonesia Institute of Science (LIPI), and in the construction of Indonesia first’s Light Rail Transit project in Palembang. Her tasks related to not only landscape planning and design but also managing plants database and mapping, in realizing its functions of conservation, research, education, tourism, and environmental services. Dewi holds a Bachelor of Landscape Architecture from IPB University. She enjoys reading books, cycling, and learning new tools related to spatial analysis and visualization.