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Dr. Anindrya Nastiti, ST., MT., Ph.D
Research Interests

Environment & Behavior, Environmental Governance


Email : [at]tl.itb.ac.id

  • Bachelor Degree: Institut Teknologi Bandung, Indonesia.
  • Master Degree: Institut Teknologi Bandung, Indonesia.
  • Doctoral Degree: Institut Teknologi Bandung, Indonesia.
  • Doctoral Degree: Radboud University, Nijmegen, Belanda.
  • The Member of Association of Sanitary and Environmental Engineering Indonesia (IATPI)
  • 2021 “Perceptions of Drinking Water Service of the ‘Off-Grid’Community in Cimahi, Indonesia”, Water 13 (10), 1398
  • 2021 “Financial Feasibility of Scheduled Desludging Service in Tangerang Regency, Banten”, Sanitation Value Chain 5 (1), 59
  • 2021 “Identification of Key Zero Waste Management Indicators for West Java”, Sanitation Value Chain 5 (1), 30-31
  • 2021 “Interaction of factors influencing the sustainability of water, sanitation, and hygiene (Wash) services in rural indonesia: Evidence from small surveys of wash-related”, Water 13 (3)
  • 2020 “Identification of Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria in the Primary Health Center in Bandung (Qualitative study in Puskesmas Ibrahim Adjie)”, E3S Web of Conferences, Vol. 148
  • 2020 “Protecting health from hot weather during the COVID-19 pandemic”, Global Heat Health Information Network
  • 2020 “Persepsi Risiko dan Bias Kognitif Dalam Pencegahan Penularan Covid-19 di Jawa Barat, Indonesia”, Creative Research Journal Vol. 6, No. 2
  • 2020 “Flood and Drought Resilience Measurement at Andir Urban Village, Indonesia”, E3S Web of Conferences, Vol. 148
  • 2020 “Multi-Country Heat-COVID-19 Nexus Survey”, University of Edinburgh
  • 2020 “SUPERSEDED-Multi-country survey of heat-health during COVID-19”, University of Edinburgh
  • 2020 “Environmental And Health Risk Assessment (EHRA) Approaches In The Strategic Environmental Risk Assessment (SEA): A Metaanalysis”, Indonesian Journal OF Urban and Environmental Technology, Vol. 4, No. 1
  • 2020 “WASH and Tourism in Mandalika, Lombok, Indonesia: Case Study Report”, Report prepared by International Water Centre, Griffith University. Brisbane, Australia
  • 2018 “The prospects of the domestic water equity indicators in Indonesia: a review”, IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science 106 (1)
  • 2018 “The progressive realization of human rights to water: the legal basis, policy implications, and monitoring challenge”, MATEC Web of Conferences, Vol. 147
  • 2017 “Cultivating innovation and equity in co-production of commercialized spring water in peri-urban Bandung, Indonesia”, Water Alternatives 10 (1), 160
  • 2017 “The effect of physical accessibility and service level of water supply on economic accessibility: a case study of Bandung City, Indonesia”, Water International 42 (7), 831-851
  • 2017 “Coping with poor water supply in peri-urban Bandung, Indonesia: towards a framework for understanding risks and aversion behaviours”, Environment and urbanization 29 (1), 69-88
  • 2017 “Pre-Assessment: Health-associated cost of urban informal industrial sector”, Journal of ASIAN Behavioural Studies 2 (4), 71-80
  • 2017 “‘Bad’piped water and other perceptual drivers of bottled water consumption in Indonesia”, Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Water 4 (4), e1219