Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Nature-Based Solution in Climate Change, RESILIENCE 2023, 24 November 2023, Jakarta, Indonesia

Research Article

How Java People Understand Climate Change: Literary Studies on Pranotomongso, Chandrasengkolo, and Suryasengkolo

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  • @INPROCEEDINGS{10.4108/eai.24-11-2023.2346327,
        author={Basma  Tania and Kukuh Setyo Pambudi and Tutut  Chusniyah and Rania  Rusda},
        title={How Java People Understand Climate Change: Literary Studies on Pranotomongso, Chandrasengkolo, and Suryasengkolo},
        proceedings={Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Nature-Based Solution in Climate Change, RESILIENCE 2023, 24 November 2023, Jakarta, Indonesia},
        publisher={EAI},
        proceedings_a={RESILIENCE},
        year={2024},
        month={7},
        keywords={climate change pranotomongso chandrasengkolo suryasengkolo},
        doi={10.4108/eai.24-11-2023.2346327}
    }
    
  • Basma Tania
    Kukuh Setyo Pambudi
    Tutut Chusniyah
    Rania Rusda
    Year: 2024
    How Java People Understand Climate Change: Literary Studies on Pranotomongso, Chandrasengkolo, and Suryasengkolo
    RESILIENCE
    EAI
    DOI: 10.4108/eai.24-11-2023.2346327
Basma Tania1,*, Kukuh Setyo Pambudi1, Tutut Chusniyah1, Rania Rusda2
  • 1: Universitas Negeri Malang
  • 2: International Islamic University Malaysia
*Contact email: basma.tania.2108116@students.um.ac.id

Abstract

Exploring the intersection of climate change and cultural heritage, this study examines Java’s traditional seasonal markers—Pranotomongso, Chandrasengkolo, and Suryasengkolo—as frameworks for understanding local climate adaptation. Through literary analysis of folklore, agricultural texts, and historical records, juxtaposed with contemporary climate data, the research uncovers Javanese ecological insights. These insights offer predictive capabilities for seasonal changes and sustainable living practices. The study confirms the relevance of these markers in modern climate resilience, advocating for their integration into adaptation strategies. This fusion of indigenous wisdom with scientific data highlights the role of cultural knowledge in addressing climate challenges.