The balance of collaborative conservation efforts "blue water" and "green water" needs to be a severe concern in the future through infrastructural approaches, forest and land rehabilitation, and community participation. Conservation of water resources in Indonesia is seen as an effort to actualize sustainable development, supported by many regulations and policies. The sectoral ego and the regional ego of government administration are the roots of the problem of managing "blue and green water" in this country. Sectoral ego in institutional governance starts from the sectoral ego of the regulations made. The cause of non-optimal conservation of water resources is not a lack of rules, policies, or budgets but overlapping regulations, which impacts implementation inefficiencies. It can be seen when the existing laws are stated in various water resources conservation policies that "program/activity cannibalism" is found so that the expected outputs and outcomes are also not achieved. This book presents a synthesis of theories, regulations, and policies related to Blue Water and Green Water, shown in various Indonesian policies as part of the development goals toward water security.
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