IMMIGRATION POLYTECHNIC BEACH CLEAN ACTION TO SUPPORT ECO-TOURISM DEVELOPMENT AND INCREASE COMMUNITY CARE ABOUT ENVIRONTMENT HYGIENE AROUND WATU KARUNG BEACH AND PANCER DOOR BEACH, PACITAN REGENCY

AKSI BERSIH PANTAI POLITEKNIK IMIGRASI UNTUK MENDUKUNG PEMBANGUNAN EKOWISATA DAN MENINGKATKAN RASA KEPEDULIAN MASYARAKAT TERHADAP KEBERSIHAN LINGKUNGAN DI SEKITAR PANTAI WATU KARUNG DAN PANTAI PANCER DOOR KABUPATEN PACITAN

  • Muhammad Wildan Arsyad Muzaki Politeknik Imigrasi
  • Ale Alfero Deputra Politeknik Imigrasi
  • Intan Nurkumalawati Politeknik Imigrasi
Keywords: Enviromental Cleanliness; Ecotourism; Immigration Polytechnic;

Abstract

The rapid development of tourism in Pacitan Regency, in addition to having
a positive impact, has also caused various problems, including environmental
degradation and environmental pollution due to plastic waste. Watu Karung and Pancer
Door beaches are also affected by the beach. One of the main factors that can support
the cleanliness of the coast is the existence of pro-active actions from the surrounding
community and beach visitors. Therefore, through the 2020 Latjapura activity, the
Immigration Polytechnic Cadets carry out community service activities by mutual
cooperation around the coast to provide benefits to the community and the surrounding
ecosystem and increase awareness of the cleanliness of the surrounding community in
order to create a good ecosystem and ecotourism-based beaches. This activity is also
expected to provide awareness of the cleanliness of the coastal environment for the
surrounding community and provide an understanding to the public that the waste
produced has a negative impact on the development of marine biota and ecosystems.

Published
2021-08-25
How to Cite
Arsyad Muzaki, M. W., Deputra, A. A., & Nurkumalawati, I. (2021). IMMIGRATION POLYTECHNIC BEACH CLEAN ACTION TO SUPPORT ECO-TOURISM DEVELOPMENT AND INCREASE COMMUNITY CARE ABOUT ENVIRONTMENT HYGIENE AROUND WATU KARUNG BEACH AND PANCER DOOR BEACH, PACITAN REGENCY. Jurnal Abdimas Imigrasi, 2(2), 41-48. https://doi.org/10.52617/jaim.v2i2.246