The impact of sea level rise (SLR) in various coastal regions is influenced by numerous factors that are interacting with each other. The risks create an urgent need for actions on adaptation, namely integrated coastal landscape management. It aims to manage the various coastal landscape utilization to achieve a sustainable landscape for the better life of the occupants. In this issue, a spatial planning-based ecosystem adaptation (SPBEA) should be developed. Therefore, the key objective of this proposal is to initiate a regional and local level capacity development in the sustainable use of the coastal ecosystem while defeating the trend of SLR and considering the ecosystem-based adaptation. The method to obtain the project is by using a multi-analysis approach consist of integrated coastal SPBEA concept and method development, capacity development of training for the southeast Asia young scientists and participatory workshop for the local community. The SPBEA method will become the material for training and participatory workshop by using the Northern coast of Central Java Province Indonesia as the study area. This project supports the APN agenda of resource use and pathways for sustainable development (RUSD) and risk reduction and resilience (RRR). So, it will give valuable input to APN action agenda because it will accommodate the linkages between the science, policy and scientific capacity development.