Andung Bayu Sekaranom*, Emilya Nurjani,
Rika Harini, and Andi Syahid Mutaqin
*Faculty of Geography, Universitas Gadjah Mada, Yogyakarta, Indonesia
*Corresponding Author: firstname.lastname@example.org
Abstract. Climate change has a multisectoral impact on Indonesia as an agricultural country and has a significant impact on the agricultural sector. Uncertain climate conditions have the potential to harm traditional farmers in Indonesia. The existing geospatial technology has the potential to be used to predict weather and climate conditions that are useful as input in the decision-making process of farmers related to the processing of their agricultural land. The objectives of this activity are: 1) Building a mobile application that presents seasonal weather prediction information to be used as an adaptation effort in agriculture due to increased climate variability, and 2) Increasing the capacity of community adaptation to increasing climate variability, especially farmers and the Agriculture Service Office of Temanggung Regency through the socialization of the utilization of mobile applications and other related geospatial information. Applications made are expected to provide recommendations for agricultural adaptation to reduce crop failure losses due to climate variability and increase farmers’ resilience to the effects of climate change, especially the higher rainfall in the rainy season and the lower rainfall in the dry season.
Keywords: Adaptation, Agriculture, Climate Change, Mobile App