The Webinar of Energy and Climate Change titled Energy and Climate Change Sector: Issues and Strategies towards Sustainable Campus were held on Thursday, 16 March 2023 at 02.00 PM (WIB) on Zoom. This webinar was hosted by Sultan Agung Tirtayasa University collaborated with UI GreenMetric World University Rankings and The Energy and Climate Change Team UIGWURN. Webinar started with Opening Remarks from Prof. Dr. Ir. Riri Fitri Sari, M.Sc., M.M. as the Chairperson of the UI GreenMetric World University Rankings and Prof. Dr. Ir. H. Fatah Sulaiman, S.T., M.T. as Rector of Sultan Ageng Tirtayasa University. Opening Remarks from Prof. Dr. Ir. Riri Fitri Sari, M.Sc., M.M. as the Chairperson of the UI GreenMetric World University Rankings Opening Remarks from Prof. Dr. Ir. H. Fatah Sulaiman, S.T., M.T.as Rector of Sultan Ageng Tirtayasa University Following the Opening Remarks, the MC handover the webinar to the moderator, Rendy M. Iqbal, S.Si, M.Si. as Secretary of the SDGs Center at Palangkaraya University. Moderator started the webinar with delivered the introductions of each speaker’s profile, Dr. Ir. Rijal Idrus M. Sc. as the Head of the Climate Change Study Center at Hasanuddin University, Dessy Aruyanti S.T., M.T., Ph.D. as Secretary of the SDGs Center at Diponogoro University, and Suci Wulan Pawhestri M.Si. as the chairperson of the Sustainable Campus and Environmental Awareness Team at Raden Intan State Islamic University. Introductions of speakers by the moderator, Rendy M. Iqbal, S.Si, M.Si. as Secretary of the SDGs Center at Palangkaraya University The first speaker, Dr. Ir. Rijal Idrus M. Sc. presented the issues and strategies for a sustainable campus. He started to explain the role and importance of academic research by universities about energy and climate change, key sustainability challenges and goals, the essential aspects to build a sustainable campus, the theory of change, the problems that occurred, and also the solutions. He added that to achieve a sustainable campus, we need to collaborate with several stakeholders/actors, such as citizens, government, the private sector, academics and researchers, and also media. First Speaker: Dr. Ir. Rijal Idrus M. Sc. as the Head of the Climate Change Study Center at Hasanuddin University Theory of Change Explanation Pentahelix Collaboration Explanation The second speaker, Dessy Aruyanti S.T., M.T., Ph.D. presented the role of universities in decreasing the impacts of climate change and achieving Indonesia’s Net Zero Emissions in 2060. She first explained the condition of climate change today and Indonesia’s carbon emission situation, followed by her explanation of Indonesia’s energy and transportation profile, the pathway of the university's role in supporting zero-emission, and she shared the actions of Diponogoro University to build a sustainable university. Second Speaker: , Dessy Aruyanti S.T., M.T., Ph.D as the Head of the Climate Change Study Center at Hasanuddin University Indonesia's Carbon Emission Explanation Example of UNDIP Best Practices for Net Zero Emissions 2060 The third speaker, Suci Wulan Pawhestri M.Si presented the University’s efforts on energy efficiency. She shared the example of Raden Intan State Islamic University’s best practices on energy efficiency, such as the implementation of green buildings and smart buildings, energy-saving equipment, the utilization of sustainable energy, environmental management system, electricity usage, and carbon footprints. Third Speaker: Suci Wulan Pawhestri M.Si. as the chairperson of the Sustainable Campus and Environmental Awareness Team at Raden Intan State Islamic University Electricity Usage Explanation Carbon Footprints Explanation This webinar was closed by QnA and Closing Remarks from Moderator. It is hoped that this webinar, could be an inspiration and motivation for other universities to give their best efforts towards climate change issues and implement energy efficiency in their respective campus areas. Live stream available on UI GreenMetric’s youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fRce27ZhZuQ By: Yovita (UI GreenMetric)
UI GreenMetric launched a new student program entitled the "1st International Student Leader Meeting" (ISLM) on 21-24 November 2022. This event was held with the collaboration of UI GreenMetric partner university, Universitas Diponegoro, in Semarang, Central Java. This program was established following the success of the "1st National Student Leader Meeting" (NSLSM) in 2021, where the program succeeded in bringing concrete and impactful effects to its participants, universities, and their environment. The 1st ISLM gathered more than 50 international students to learn further, grow and collaborate on matters regarding sustainability. The ISLM has three main objectives, which are (1) to raise awareness of the importance of sustainability and the human resources required for its realization and maintenance in communities and universities; (2) to accommodate the exchange of sustainability-related experiences among students from various global universities and (3) to foster the development of future sustainable leaders. These objectives can be achieved through various activities in this program, such as seminars, forum group discussions, eco-enzyme workshops, international youth declaration on sustainability issues, field action, competition, and cultural performances. The opening ceremony signaled the program's start in the Merapi Ballroom of Novotel Hotel Semarang. Prof. Dr. Yos Johan Utama, S.H., M.Hum. (Rector of Universitas Diponegoro) and Dr. Nyoman Suwartha, S.T, M.T, M.Agr (Vice-Chair of Administration, Research, and Development UIGM) gave a brief welcome speech at the opening ceremony. A discussion session followed these speeches with H. Taj Yasin Maimoen (Vice Governor of Central Java) as the keynote speaker and Prof. Dr.-Ing. Wiwandari Handayani (Professor at the Department of Urban and Regional Planning, Faculty of Engineering – Diponegoro University) as the moderator. Mr. Maimoen delivered a brief lecture on the importance of leadership in transforming a sustainable region. The opening ceremony ended with a Universitas Diponegoro Green Campus Video Performance. On the second day of the program (22 November), participants focused on attending an international seminar and FGD session. Prof. Faisal, S.E., M.Si., Ph.D. (Vice Rector for Academic and Student Affairs of Universitas Diponegoro) gave an opening speech before officially starting the international seminar. The seminar has a star-studded lineup of speakers, which are: Sri Mulyani Indrawati, S.E., M.Sc., Ph.D. (Minister of Finance Indonesia) Represented by: Titik Anas (Special Staff for Regional Fiscal Policy Formulation) Topic: "Facing a Global Economic Recession in 2023: What Young Generation Can Do" Dyah Roro Esti Widya Putri, BA, PG.Dip, MSc. (Member of Commission VII of the Indonesian House of Representatives) Topic: "Renewable Energy for Sustainable Universities" Prof. Dr. Ir. Ambariyanto, M.Sc (Vice-Rector for Research, Innovation, and Collaboration) Topic: "Sustainability Student" Sitara Kumbale [Regional Focal Point (Asia-Pacific) of Sustainable Development Solutions Network (SDSN) Youth] Topic: "Networking as a Tool for Sustainable Universities Implementation" At the end of each session, many program participants were eager to raise their questions to the speakers. All speakers responded to these enthusiastic youths with interesting and insightful answers. After the lunch break, the program's second day proceeded with an FGD session. Participants were divided into six groups which are; Setting and Infrastructure Head of Panel: Anggun Puspitarini Siswanto, Ph.D. Energy and Climate Change Head of Panel: Rukuh Setiadi, S.T., MEM. Ph.D. Water Management Head of Panel: Prof. Dr.-Ing. Wiwandari Handayani Waste Management Head of Panel: Dr. Ling, Ika Bagus Priyambada, ST., M.Eng. Transportation The FGD session is followed by a pledge signing session where participants sign an "International Youth Declaration." This pledge was signed by student representatives from 14 different countries worldwide. The next agenda after signing the pledge was an eco-enzyme workshop led by Dr. Ir. Nurzainah Ginting, M.Sc, (Head of the Eco-enzyme Team of UI GreenMetric World University Rankings Network). The workshop aimed to introduce eco-enzyme as an alternative to organic waste management to support sustainability. After dinner, the program proceeded with a discussion session led by Dr. Junaidi, S.S. MA., on "Student's Role in Sustainability." Participants of the 1st ISLM wrapped the second day with an art performance showcasing traditional Indonesian culture. Field action was the third and final day's main agenda of the 1st ISLM. On 23 November 2022, participants headed to Mangrove Forest Marine Science and Techno Park in Jepara. Throughout the day, the participants engaged in various activities inside the park, such as mangrove tracking, sustainable shrimp farming, mangrove tree planting, and coastal cleanup. The whole program officially ended with the closing ceremony, where the committee announced the best participant, the poster competition winner, and the next host of ISLM 2023. UI GreenMetric would like to thank Universitas Diponegoro and the team at SDGs Center for their fantastic work in realizing this international program. UI GreenMetric hopes the program facilitates the exchange of new insights and perspectives on best practices in establishing a sustainable future led by youth leaders worldwide.
Online Training of Trainers titled ECO-ENZYMES: Cooperation for Environmental Solutions was held on Tuesday, 28 February 2023 at 08:30 WIB on Zoom by “Veteran” University of National Development Yogyakarta (UPNVY) collaborated with UI GreenMetric and Eco-enzyme Team UIGWURN – Indonesia. This online training was invited and attended by many universities in Indonesia. Training started with Opening Remarks from Prof. Dr. Mohamad Irhas Effendi, M.Si. as Rector of “Veteran” University of National Development Yogyakarta (UPNVY) and Prof. Dr. Ir. Riri Fitri Sari, M.Sc., M.M. as the Chairperson of the UI GreenMetric World University Rankings. Opening Remarks from Prof. Dr. Mohamad Irhas Effendi, M.Si. as Rector of “Veteran” University of National Dvelopment Yogyakarta (UPNVY) Opening Remarks from Prof. Dr. Ir. Riri Fitri Sari, M.Sc., M.M. Following the Opening Remarks, the moderator delivered the introduction of the speakers’ profile, Dr. Ir. Nurzainah Ginting, M.Sc. as UIGM Eco-Enzyme Team Leader, University of Sumatera Utara and Siska Alicia Farma, S.Pd., M. Biomed as CRROWM Leader, Padang State University. The Opening and Introduction of Speakers by Moderator The first speaker, Dr. Ir. Nurzainah Ginting, M.Sc. presented about Eco-Enzyme Production along with Eco-Enzyme Financial Analysis. She explained the definition of eco-enzyme itself, processes and materials for eco-enzyme making, benefits of eco-enzyme. She also shared the financial analysis of eco-enzyme utilization. She hopes that each university can maximize the use of eco-enzymes in their respective environments. First Speaker: Dr. Ir. Nurzainah Ginting, M.Sc. as UIGM Eco-Enzyme Team Leader, University of Sumatera Utara The Benefits of Eco-Enzyme Explanation The Making of Eco-Enzyme Explanation The second speaker, Siska Alicia Farma, S.Pd., M.Biomed presented about The Production of Soap and Disinfectant Based On Eco-Enzyme. She explained the urgency of Eco-Enzyme used on soap and also the benefits, processes and materials for eco-enzyme soap and disinfectant. She also shared her research about antibacterial testing of eco-enzyme soap and quality testing and characterization of environmentally friendly liquid soap formulations based on eco-enzyme. Second Speaker: Siska Alicia Farma, S.Pd., M. Biomed as CRROWM Leader, Padang State University The Making of Eco-Enzyme Soap Explanation The Quality Testing and Characterization of Environmentally Friendly Liquid Soap Formulations Based on Eco-Enzyme Explanation This event was closed by QnA and summarized from Moderator. It is hoped that from this workshop, eco-enzymes can be used to their maximum potential in their respective universities. Live stream available on UI GreenMetric’s youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mYMrTtxHeFQ Short video of Eco-Enzyme explanation by UI GreenMetric: https://www.youtube.com/shorts/qcPR3JgIC-M By: Yovita and Sabrina (UI GreenMetric)
The 3rd National Workshop on UI GreenMetric World University Rankings for Universities in Mexico held for 2 days, the first day was on Monday, 20 February 2023 and the second day was on Tuesday, 21 February 2023. Both series of the workshop started at 22:00 WIB or 9:00 Mexico hrs., GMT -5 on hybrid through a zoom meeting titled “Collective Actions for the Transformation of Sustainable Universities in the Post-Pandemic”, and hosted by Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México. This workshop was invited and attended by various actors and speakers from the sustainability and environment sector in Mexico. First-day workshop started with Opening Remarks from Dr. Leticia Merino Pérez as University Coordinator for Sustainability of UNAM, Dr. José Manuel Saniger Blesa as Secretary for Research and Development, Scientific Research Coordination of UNAM, M. en C. Mireya Ímaz Gispert as Director General of Community Attention of UNAM, and Prof. Dr. Ir. Riri Fitri Sari, M.Sc., M.M. as the Chairperson of the UI GreenMetric World University Rankings. Opening Remarks. Source: Comunidad UNAM Opening Remarks from Prof. Dr. Ir. Riri Fitri Sari, M.Sc., M.M. Following the Opening Remarks, Dr. Marina Robles García as Secretary of the Environment for Mexico City (SEDEMA) delivered the opening lecture about dialogues that build sustainability: Mexico City and academia, from this workshop she hopes that Mexico City can reflect not only sustainability on universities but also the commitment of the citizens and public. She explained the importance of knowing the technic of sustainability for academic scope. She emphasized 3 essential components to building sustainability universities; design and performance of the institution’s environmental and social, training for sustainability, and emotional resilience. Opening Lecture from Dra. Marina Robles García. Source: Comunidad UNAM The first day of the workshop was divided into 2 sessions, the first session was moderated by Lic. Araceli Nava as Head of the Department of Sustainable Society, Directorate General of Community Attention of UNAM to discuss UI GreenMetric. The first speaker, Asst. Prof. Junaidi, MA as Vice President of UI GreenMetric World University Rankings delivered the introduction about UI GreenMetric World University Rankings and Networks, he explained from vision and mission of the UI GreenMetric to the benefits of the UI GreenMetric World Rankings for the university itself. Second speaker, Dr. Sergio S. Fernández Delgadillo as Secretary of Sustainability, Center for Sustainable Development Research, The Autonomous University of Nuevo León (UANL) explained the UANL’s experience in managing the sustainability of its campuses. He shared the organizational structure of the sustainability secretariat at UANL and projects carried out by each directorate. The third speaker, Dr. Nyoman Suwartha, ST, MT, M.Agr. as Vice President of Administration, Research, and Development of UI GreenMetric explained the process of submitting data and UI GreenMetric indicators. He informed the UI GreenMetric 2022 report, 2022 participants' performance, Mexico university rank in 2022, general results, setting and infrastructures (SI), also energy and climate change (EC) handlings. First Session: First Speaker, Asst. Prof. Junaidi, MA, as Vice President of UI GreenMetric World University Rankings First session: Second Speaker, Dr. Sergio S. Fernández Delgadillo, as Secretary of Sustainability, Center for Sustainable Development Research First Session: Third Speaker, Dr. Nyoman Suwartha, ST, MT, M.Agr., as Vice President of Administration, Research and Development of UI GreenMetric The second session was moderated by Biol Diana Osorio as Department of Sustainable Society, Directorate General of Community Concern of UNAM to discuss UNAM Sustainability Projects. The first speaker, Dr. María Alejandra Fonseca Salazar, as University Coordinator for Sustainability, Directorate General of Public Services and Mobility of UNAM explained UNAM environmental sustainability. She talked about various projects held by UNAM from 1982 until 2022 with every challenge of their project execution, formation of the la COUS (La Coordinación Universitaria para la Sustentabilidad) at UNAM, and the needs of UNAM to implement and manage their projects. The second speaker, Ing Luis Gutiérrez Padilla as Deputy Project Director for Safe and Sustainable Communities, Directorate General of Community Attention of UNAM explained about distinctions UNAM community, he shared about the bicycle community called Bicipuma as a sustainable mobility alternative for the university community and the collaborations. The third speaker, Dra. Nancy Merary Jiménez Martínez as Researcher of the University's Comprehensive Solid Waste Management Program with a Zero Waste Approach (MIRSU-B0), Regional Multidisciplinary Research Center, Morelos Campus of UNAM talked about her experience in the management of the comprehensive management program for university waste, zero waste, in Mexican Universities. She explained the strategy of comprehensive management and zero waste in the universities' scope, which are the separation scheme, the complete infrastructure, the processes, monitoring and evaluation, training, and resilience. Second Session: First Speaker, Dr. María Alejandra Fonseca Salazar, as University Coordinator for Sustainability, Directorate General of Public Services and Mobility of UNAM explained about UNAM Environmental Sustainability Second Session: Second Speaker, Ing Luis Gutiérrez Padilla, as Deputy Project Director for Safe and Sustainable Communities, Directorate General of Community Attention of UNAM Second Session: Third Speaker, Dra. Nancy Merary Jiménez Martínez, as Researcher of the University's Comprehensive Solid Waste Management Program with a Zero Waste Approach (MIRSU-B0), Regional Multidisciplinary Research Center, Morelos Campus of UNAM The first day of the 3rd National Workshop on UI GreenMetric World University Rankings for Universities in Mexico was closed by M. en C. Alfonso de la Vega as Deputy Director of University Coordination for Sustainability of UNAM by summarizing the highlight of the first-day workshop and hoping that this workshop will bring up ideas and possible solutions for further transformation towards university sustainability in post-pandemic, which are not only supported by universities, but also by the government, business groups, and individuals. The second day of the 3rd National Workshop on UI GreenMetric World University Rankings for Universities in Mexico started with Opening Remarks from Ing. Luis Gutiérrez Padilla as Deputy Director of Projects for Safe and Sustainable Communities, General Directorate of Community Attention of UNAM. Second-day of the workshop was divided into 3 sessions resuming the 2 sessions of the previous day. The third session was moderated by Dra. Ana Cecilia Espinosa García as a Researcher at the National Laboratory of Sustainability Sciences, Institute of Ecology of UNAM to discuss water management in the Universities of Mexico. The first speaker, Ing. Esp. Josué Pablo Hidalgo Jiménez as Executive Coordinator, Water Management, Use and Reuse Program at UNAM, PUMAGUA talked about the experience of the water management, use and reuse program at UNAM, especially about the formation and implementation of PUMAGUA (Programa de Manejo, Uso y Reuso del Agua en la UNAM). The second speaker, M.C. Eduardo Ríos Patrón as Co-coordinator of the Mexican Basin Network explained his experience in managing transdisciplinary projects in watershed management. He specifically shared about network collaboration and watershed management: universities as the central node. Third speaker, Mtro. Jorge Alberto Arriaga Medina as Executive Coordinator, Water Network of UNAM explained the formation, vision and mission, organizational structure, and projects of Water Network itself. Third Session: First Speaker, Ing. Esp. Josué Pablo Hidalgo Jiménez, as Executive Coordinator, Water Management, Use and Reuse Program at UNAM, PUMAGUA Third Session: Second Speaker, M.C. Eduardo Ríos Patrón, as Co-coordinator of the Mexican Basin Network Third Session: Third Speaker, Mtro. Jorge Alberto Arriaga Medina, as Executive Coordinator, Water Network of UNAM The fourth session was moderated by M. en C. Alfonso de la Vega as Deputy Director of the University Coordination for Sustainability of UNAM to discuss the management of environment and infrastructure, energy, climate change, and waste in the Universities of Mexico. The first speaker of this session, Biól. Antonio Enrique del Ángel Flores as Rector of the Popular University of Chontalpa, explained challenges and post-pandemic strategies in the management of the environment and infrastructure. He emphasized 6 strategies for managing the university’s environment and infrastructure; proper water management, integral management of residues, stewardship and responsible consumption, commitment and environmental culture, energy and climate change handling, and university space. Second speaker, Dr. María de la Luz Trasfi Mosqueda as Institutional Representative of Social Responsibility University, Autonomous University of Yucatán explained post-pandemic challenges and strategies in energy management. She specifically explained the management of environment and infrastructure, energy, climate change, and waste at the University of Yucatan. The third speaker, Dr. Manuel Sandoval Delgado as General Coordinator of Sustainable Development at the Meritorious University of Puebla explained post-pandemic challenges and strategies in action against climate change. He shared about S.U.M.A for sustainable development: a model for management and university education at the BUAP. The fourth speaker, Prof. Graciela Domínguez López as Sustainability Coordinator at the University of Guadalajara, also explained post-pandemic challenges and strategies in energy management of the University of Guadalajara. He shared about university efforts for energy transformations. Fourth Session: First Speaker, Biól. Antonio Enrique del Ángel Flores, as Rector of the Popular University of Chontalpa Fourth Session: Second Speaker, Dr. María de la Luz Trasfi Mosqueda, as Institutional Representative of Social Responsibility University, Autonomous University of Yucatán Fourth Session: Third Speaker, Dr. Manuel Sandoval Delgado, as General Coordinator of Sustainable Development, Meritorious University of Puebla Fourth Session: Fourth Speaker, Fourth speaker, Prof. Graciela Domínguez López, as Sustainability Coordinator, University of Guadalajara The last session was moderated by Mtro. Edgar Leyva as Coordinator of Scientific Research, SDSN Mexico of UNAM to discuss management of education and research in the universities of Mexico. The first speaker, M.C. Graciela Hernandez Gomez as Coordinator of the University Environmental Agenda at Autonomous University of Coahuila explained programs of education and dissemination of sustainability to young university students. She shared the principles of environmental education; awareness and sensitivity, knowledge, attitudes, skills, and action. The second speaker, Mtro. Luis Antonio Barbosa Noegerat as Head of the Sustainability Management Department, Azcapotzalco at Metropolitan Autonomous University explained his experience in managing educational projects. The third speaker, Biol. Gabriela Chávez Hidalgo as Polytechnic Coordinator for Sustainability, Department of Environmental Management and Performance at National Polytechnic Institute explained environmental technological training for sustainability in the IPN. The last speaker, Prof. Ángeles Sixtos, as Special Projects Advisor, Solutions for Sustainable Development Mexico, Coordination of Scientific Research of UNAM explained funding trends for sustainability. Fifth Session: First Speaker, First speaker, M.C. Graciela Hernandez Gomez, as Coordinator of the University Environmental Agenda, Autonomous University of Coahuila Workshop Situation Fifth Session: Third Speaker, Third speaker, Biol. Gabriela Chávez Hidalgo, as Department of Environmental Management and Performance, Polytechnic Coordination for Sustainability, National Polytechnic Institute Closing Statement and Announcement the Host of the Next National Workshop on UI GreenMetric The last day of the 3rd National Workshop on UI GreenMetric World University Rankings for Universities in Mexico was closed by Dr. José Manuel Saniger Blesa as Research and Development Secretary, Scientific Research Coordination, UNAM by delivering the closing statement. He also announced the host of the next national workshop on UI GreenMetric is The Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla (BUAP). Live stream available on UI GreenMetric’s youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z5BKzrqNLAI https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O2rlSeGxLo4 By: Yovita and Sabrina (UI GreenMetric)
The UI GreenMetric Workshop for Universities in LLDIKTI IV 2022 was held on Friday, 23 September 2022 at 07.00 WIB on hybrid through zoom meeting. Telkom University was a host for this event in collaboration with LLDIKTI IV. The event also invited and attendeded by Dr.Samsuri, S.Pd., M.T, as Head of LLDIKTI IV, Prof. Ir. Gunawan Tjahjono, M.Arch., Ph.D, as Expert Member of UI GreenMetric World University Rankings, Universitas Indonesia, Dr. Eng. Beta Paramita, S.T., M.T., from Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia, Dr. Erna Sugesti from Telkom University, Dr. Teguh Husodo, M.Si from Universitas Padjadjaran, Iwan Juwana, Ph.D., from Institut Teknologi Nasional Bandung, Nurdin, M.Si., from Universitas Kuningan and Prof. Dr. Adiwijaya as Rector of Telkom University and also opened the event. This event also was attended online by the Chairperson of the UI GreenMetric World University Rankings, Prof. Dr. Ir. Riri Fitri Sari, M.Sc., M.M. that explained the activities of UI GreenMetric. The opening remarks were delivered by Prof. Dr. Adiwijaya (Rector of Telkom University), Prof. Dr. Ir. Riri Fitri Sari (Chairperson of UI GreenMetric) and Dr.Samsuri, S.Pd., M.T. (Head of LLDIKTI IV West Java Regions). Chairperson of the UI GreenMetric World University Rankings, Prof. Dr. Ir. Riri Fitri Sari, M.Sc., M.M. explained the UI GreenMetric Agenda in 2022 Opening Remarks from Prof. Dr. Adiwijaya as Rector of Telkom University Opening Remarks from Dr.Samsuri, S.Pd., M.T, as Head of LLDIKTI IV The first session was moderated by Mrs. Tri Widamarti S.M, M.M to discuss UI GreenMetric World University Ranking Network (UIGWURN), UI GreenMetric Indicators and Questionnaires that was delivered by Prof. Ir. Gunawan Tjahjono, M.Arch., Ph.D, as Expert Member of UI GreenMetric World University Rankings, Universitas Indonesia. Prof. Ir. Gunawan Tjahjono, M.Arch., Ph.D, as Expert Member of UI GreenMetric World University Rankings, Universitas Indonesia. The first speaker of the second session was Dr. Eng. Beta Paramita, S.T., M.T., from Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia that explained Energy Utilization and Management and Climate Change. Then, Mr. Nurdin, M.Si., Secretary of the Environmental Science Program from Universitas Kuningan explained Eco enzymes as an Alternative to the use of Organic Materials. Dr. Eng. Beta Paramita, S.T., M.T., from Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia Mr. Nurdin, M.Si., as Secretary at Environmental Science Program from Universitas Kuningan The first speaker of the third session was Dr. Erna Sugesti from Telkom University, that explained and discussed Water Management. The next speaker was Dr. Teguh Husodo, M.Si from Universitas Padjadjaran that explained and discussed Transportation Management, and the last speaker in this session was Iwan Juwana, Ph.D., from Institut Teknologi Nasional Bandung that explained Integration of Environmental Issues Management. Dr. Erna Sugesti from Telkom University, explained and discussed Water Management Dr. Teguh Husodo, M.Si from Universitas Padjadjaran Iwan Juwana, Ph.D., from Institut Teknologi Nasional Bandung This event was closed by the master of the ceremony. It is hoped that this workshop can become a discussion forum whose results can be implemented on their respective campuses. Source : https://www.youtube.com/c/UIGreenMetricWUR - Youtube UI Green Metric
UI GreenMetric in collaboration with Universitas Udayana conducted The UI GreenMetric Workshop for Central Indonesia Region 2022 held on Thursday, 25 August 2022 at 08.00 WIB or 09.00 WITA on hybrid through zoom meeting titled “Moving Together Toward a Sustainable and Legal Entity State University”. This workshop was started by Open Remarks from the Governor of Bali Province, Dr. Ir. I Wayan Koster, M.M. represented by Prof. Dr. drh. I Made Damriyasa as Coordinator of the Bali Provincial Government Development Expert Group, the Rector of Universitas Udayana, Prof. Dr. Ir. I Nyoman Gde Antara, M.Eng, IPU, the Chairperson of the UI GreenMetric World University Rankings, Prof. Dr. Ir. Riri Fitri Sari, M.Sc., M.M. Prof. Dr. drh. I Made Damriyasa as Coordinator of the Bali Provincial Government Development Expert Group The first speech was represented by Prof. Dr. drh. I Made Damriyasa as Coordinator of the Bali Provincial Government Development Expert Group that explained about Bali regional development policies and programs in support of a green campus. The first point is Bali had five priorities sector that had been supported by the development of land, sea, air infrastructure that is integrated and connected. The second point is about policy direction and regulation of a clean natural environment that is supported by the transformation strategy of Bali Economy. This event in total features 7 speakers. The first session and also the first speaker discussed UI GreenMetric and the Explanation of UI GreenMetric and UI GWURN (UI GreenMetric World University Ranking Network), UI GreenMetric Indicators and Questionnaires that was delivered by Prof. Ir. Gunawan Tjahjono, M.Arch., Ph.D., UI GreenMetric Expert Staff, Universitas of Indonesia and moderated by Prof. Ir. Ida Ayu Astarini,M.Sc.,PhD., as Coordinator of the Master of Environmental Science study program of Udayana University. The second session featured 3 speakers that discussed Structuring and Infrastructure Management, Energy, Climate Change, and Waste and was moderated by I Nyoman Satya Kumara, M.Sc.,PhD., UI GreenMetric team of Universitas Udayana. The first speaker for the second session is Prof. Dr. Ir. I Nyoman Gde Antara, M.Eng., IPU. The Rector of Universitas Udayana University explained and discussed about Structuring and Infrastructure Management. The second speakers for the second session are Ir. Chairul Hudaya, M.Eng., PhD., IPM. Rector of the Sumbawa University of Technology that explained and discussed Energy Management and Climate Change. The third speaker and also the last speaker in the second session is Prof. Dr. I Nyoman Jampel, M.Pd. Rector of Ganesha University of Education represented by Dr. I Ketut Sudiana, M.Kes. Head of LPPM Ganesha University of Education that explained and discussed Waste Management. The third session featured 3 speakers that discussed Water Management, Transportation, Education and Research and were moderated by Prof. Dewa Made Priyantha Wedagama, M.T.,M.Sc.,PhD,, UI GreenMetric team of Universitas Udayana. The first speaker for the third session is Prof. Dr. Muhammad Zamrun Firihu, M.Si., M.Sc., Rector of Halu Oleo University that explained and discussed Water Management. The second speaker for the third session is Prof. Drs. Hamdan Juhannis, M.A, Ph.D Rector of Alauddin State Islamic University, Makassar that represented by Dr. H. Supardin, M.H.I. Head of the Center for Islamic Civilization in South Sulawesi at the Institute for Research and Community Service, Alauddin State Islamic University, Makassar explained and discussed transportation management. The third speaker and also the last speaker in the third session is Prof. Dr. Deitje Adolfien Katuuk, M.Pd Rector of Manado State University that represented by Prof. Dr. Orbanus Naharia, M.Si. Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs explained and discussed Education Management. This event was closed by Prof. Dr. Ir. I Nyoman Gde Antara, M.Eng., IPU. Rector of Udayana University and Chair of the UI GreenMetric World University Rankings Prof. Dr. Ir. Riri Fitri Sari, M.Sc., M.M. It is hoped that with this workshop, it can become a discussion forum whose results can be implemented on their respective campuses. Source : Lokakarya UI GreenMetric untuk Wilayah Indonesia Bagian Tengah 2022 (Youtube Universitas Udayana) Youtube UI Green Metric
UI GreenMetric in collaboration with Universitas Lampung to conduct National Sustainability Leader Meeting 2022 was held on Thursday, 17-18 October 2022 at 09.00 WIB in Student Center of Fakultas Ekonomi dan Bisnis (FEB), Universitas Lampung. The event was opened with dance performances by students from the Universitas Lampung. This workshop was followed by remarks by Prof. Dr. dr. Asep Sukohar, S.Ked., M.Kes (Vice-Rector for General Affairs and Finance of Unila), Prof. Dr. Ir. Riri Fitri Sari, M.M., M.Sc. (Chairperson of UI GreenMetric) and Drs. Yanuardi, M.M. (Assistant III for General Administration, Representative of the Mayor of Bandarlampung). Welcome speech by Prof. Dr. dr. Asep Sukohar, S.Ked., M.Kes as Vice-Rector for General Affairs and Finance of Unila Keynote Speech by Drs. Yanuardi, M.M. Assistant III for General Administration, Representative of the Mayor of Bandarlampung Group photo session Giving placards This workshop continued with the first session regarding UI GreenMetric, UI GreenMetric Questionnaire, and UI GreenMetric World University Rankings Network (UIGWURN) which was presented by Deputy Chairperson of UI GreenMetric, Dr. Junaidi, S.S. M.A. This session was hosted by Unang Mulkhan, M.B.A., Ph.D. as Chair of the Marine Science Study Program at the University of Lampung. Submission of this material is done offline. The session was closed with questions from participants and continued with the break session. Submission of session 1 material regarding UI GreenMetric by Dr. Junaidi, S.S. M.A Photo of Moderator and Speaker After the break session, the first day's agenda continued with the second session which was hosted by Hadi Prayitno, M.T. as Chair of the SDGs media team, University of Lampung. This session was delivered by Prof. Dr. Ir. Amin Retnoningsih, M.Sc. as Head of UPT Conservation Development UNNES, Dr. Eng. Niki Prastomo, S.T., M.Sc. as Dean of the UMN Faculty of Engineering and Informatics, Dr. Eng. Ir. Ahmad Rusdiansyah, M.Eng. as Deputy Chancellor for Human Resources, Organization and Information Systems ITS and Prima Gandhi, SP, MSi as the UI GreenMetric IPB University TEAM. This session was closed with questions from the participants. The event continued with the handover of eco enzymes from the integrated waste disposal site at UNILA. This TPST is shown the waste process at UNILA and the final activity on the first day, namely watering eco enzymes into one of the reservoirs at the University of Lampung. TPST in Universitas Unila Watering Eco Enzym to Embung at the University of Lampung
By: Hanifa Nuh Malika The beginning of November is with many differences. Thirty-four universities with over 60 participants I learned many things. The National Student Leadership Sustainable Meeting brings us all together. After the implementation of the 1st National Student Leadership Sustainable Meeting which took place at UIN Raden Intan Lampung, now the 2 ND National Student Leadership Sustainable Meeting is held again in Serang Regency, located in Sultan Ageng Tirtayasa University which is one of the programs organized by UI Green Metrics. The 2nd National Student Leadership Sustainable Meeting or NSLSM was held with the theme Collective Actions for Transforming Sustainable Universities in the Post-Pandemic Time. Bonding in Difference Eight November 2022, we headed for the trip to Pakupatan Terminal from Kampung Rambutan terminal which took more than 4 hours. We did not have time to be picked up at Pakupatan terminal because the Bus we were riding did not reach the Terminal due to congestion. It may be because of entering the afternoon time. We decided to take the car booked online to Pakupatan Terminal. But after making contact with the committee, Bis who picked us up from Pakupatan Terminal was already waiting halfway through. The Mobil we were riding in also turned the direction and went to the location of the point given by the committee. On the first day, we were picked up by a bus from Sultan Ageng Tirtayasa University. We headed for the media room in the Rectorate building. Sit according to the FGD division that has been pre-selected. I choose FGD for waste management. Waste management makes me interested because it is an easy thing to sort but there is no awareness from each individual. And I'm also very curious about sustainable waste management on other campuses. I sat on the bench in the second row from the front. Each other introduced themselves to the other. Starting from the name, campus origin, major, and also semester. Getting to know new people may be commonplace, but it can also hone in on how we communicate. The first thing you can see is to be in awe of the other friends. Some campuses have implemented sustainable waste management designs such as managing organic waste into products such as POC or biogas with their tools. Green & Sustainable Campus for The Future: About Reinforced Intuition There are several materials given before the FGD. Such as UI Green Matrics & the role of students in sustainability. Students are young men as agents of change. Youth is a milestone of change that can determine the future of a nation. UI Green Matrics is a World University Ranking at Green & Sustainable Campus initiated by UI in 2010. Who knows SGDs? One question came up and I ventured to answer what I knew. SGDs itself has several goals where we as students who gathered on the 2nd NSLSM contributed to contributing ideas or ideas in the form of innovations related to existing environmental problems, creating a green campus & sustainability, there are several aspects, namely infrastructure, waste management, renewable energy, transportation, use of water, and education and research. Not only learning about a sustainable environment but there are soft skills that are honed such as courage, leadership, responsibility, and social spirit by caring for each other. "Just Open his heart" is a very meaningful sentence from ka Arifah which explains the material Environmental Leadership and Theory of Change. Can we change? A question that stomped me. We can, with real awareness, will, and action. Starting from the smallest things such as reducing the use of plastic we use. When the forest is cut down, the water is lost and how can the water be stored? We must provide solutions through individuals, businesses and organizations, and governments. Alternative solutions with inputs, activities, outputs, outcomes, and impacts (make a change/growth). Our Focus Group Discussion (FGD) on waste management begins after ishoma is completed. Our FGD started by discussing the problem of good waste management that is good to what is not good from the level of management. From there we formulated several problems and raised some urgent problems. Namely the low level of awareness of the individual towards his waste. We carry out Waste Academy which contains several programs such as scholarships from waste, challenges, workshops, and others. Our FGD was very fun and exciting. Not only that, but I also learned a lot about waste management at other universities, honed my thinking, and also learned to express opinions. Parting: A Story That Will Be Remembered Day 3 I was at the 2ndND National Student Leadership Sustainable Meeting. We headed to Sindangheula Dam. We were directed towards the Hall below, the view around the Dam was gorgeous and vast! The dam itself has the function of collecting water so that it does not go directly to the river to prevent flooding. We also visited the Banten Lama Kepurbalaan Site Museum. Exploring the history of Sultan Ageng Tirtayasa. I also saw the old Banten mosque, many came from various regions just for pilgrimage, or for some schools just a study tour. I enjoyed and enjoyed in addition to increasing my knowledge as well as being able to heal! After the second Ishoma, we took environmental action by planting Durian trees at the Sultan Ageng Tirtayasa university. This is the session I have been waiting for the most. Because we as young must be part of the solution by realizing real action. The last night of the event opened with two very beautiful and interesting dances! I enjoyed it, in addition to the dance performance, there was also the announcement of the best FGD and also the top 3 best Essai. Although it is not the best FGD, my group has always been compacted, we have the jargon that is "spontaneous? UHUIIII!" Maybe if there is the hottest category, our group will win hahaha. Well, on every trip there must be a parting point. The meeting with awareness of the importance of a sustainable environment is not just a stop. But about what we brought from here to where our respective areas were. Good job leaders, you're awesome! It's great to be able to participate in such an extraordinary event, with speakers, committees, and a series of events. Imprinted, reminiscent, and loved in the soul.
“You can pretend to be what you know, but you can only create what you are.” John C. Maxwell Hello, I am Jeanette Helena Sanggor, a delegate from Sam Ratulangi University, Manado, who took part in the 2nd NSLSM 2022 at Sultan Ageng Tirtayasa University, Banten, on November 9-10, 2022. Through the 2nd National Leaders on Sustainability Meeting, I met many people from all over Indonesia and learned many things related to sustainability. Through the discussions that were held, I heard that many campuses have built sustainability into their environments and some have not. But through this activity, I realized that the most important sustainability comes from myself. How do we want to become agents of change on our respective campuses. This motivates me to continue to innovate and take part in sustainability issues. In this activity, we carried out the Declaration of Indonesian Students Protecting the Environment, which contains six points out of six UI Green Metric indicators, so that as students, we can take actions that can protect the environment. These indicators include campus infrastructure, energy and climate change, waste management, water use, transportation, as well as education and research. Extraordinary material was also presented, one of which was the theory of change. Regarding input, activity, output, outcome, and impact that we as students can give to change the world for the better Through this event, i believe that it all comes back to us. How can we return to our original campuses and act as agents of change? Is Become a sustainable student in terms of ways of thinking, innovation, and action in realizing a sustainable campus. Thankyou for being a part of my life, nice to meet you guys!
2nd NSLSM 2022 Sultan Ageng Tirtayasa University Learn Lesson by Jesika Naibaho It is an honor to be a part of the participants in the 2nd National Student Leaders on Sustainability Meeting (NSLSM) which is sheltered by UI GreenMetric as the World University Ranking in the field of sustainability, which is hosted by Sultan Ageng Tirtayasa University, Serang Banten on November 8-10th 2022. This event is the second implementation after being successfully held at UIN Raden Intan Lampung on October 27-29th 2021 in a hybrid. After the government announced that Indonesia has currently declared the status of the Covid-19 pandemic to be endemic, this year's NSLSM were held in full offline, this is of course an euphoria for delegates and organizers who longed offline activities. Before being selected as delegates, participants are required to write an essay with the theme “Collective Action for Transforming Sustainable in the Post Pandemic Time” as the main theme of this year's NSLSM, with the sub-themes of 6 UI GreenMetric indicators, Campus Infrastructure, Energy and Climate Change, Waste Management, Water Use, Transportation, and Education and Research. After being assessed by the jury, then the announcement of delegates from each campus that has been registered with UI GreenMetric. After that, the jury selected 10 finalists with the best writings to be presented during the NSLSM events. As participants representing exchange students from Merdeka Belajar who happened to be inbound students at Sultan Ageng Tirtayasa University, we were given the opportunity to participate. The first day, on Tuesday November 8th, the delegates departed from their home campus for the University of Sultan Ageng Tirtayasa, the host of the 2nd NSLSM 2022. The second day, Wednesday, November 9th, began with an opening ceremony which was attended directly by the Rector of Untirta, Chair of UI GreenMetric, PIC Governor of Banten and also an Expert member of UI GreenMetric. After the welcoming, the delegates first pledged the Indonesian Student Oath to Protect the Environment, then continued with a material presentation session by Community Action Manager Climate Reality, Arifah Handayani who brought the topic "Environmental Leadership and Theory of Change". This session discusses how young leaders need the attitude and spirit of sustainability and concern for the environment, how the earth today needs real action from every stakeholder and what efforts can be made by students as future leaders. After that, the long-awaited session arrived, the Action Plan Workshop and FGD. Each team gets one theme from the 6 UI GreenMetric indicators to discuss, then discuss the problems that exist in each of the original universities according to their team's sub-themes, then will be presented in front of the jury. Team 1 with the sub-theme of Campus Infrastructure, initiated the improvement of green open spaces on campus, the creation of vertical gardens, rooftop gardens, and biopori holes. Team 2 with the sub-theme Energy and Climate Change, initiated increased collaboration and action from the campus with various stakeholders, both government and private regarding the maximum use of new and renewable energy by campuses, for example by using larger solar panels, collaborative creation and discovery other renewable energy, examples of fuel from waste and etc. Team 3 with the sub-theme of Waste Management, initiated the existence of a waste academy, namely student empowerment and waste management in the campus environment with various activities such as challenges, workshops, festivals to scholarships. Team 4 with the sub-theme of Water Use, initiated the maximization and utilization of rainwater for the use of clean water on campus, its activities can be carried out by making biopore holes, and using water-saving plumbing tools with examples of sensor faucets. Team 5 with the sub-theme of Transportation, initiated the TransENAK (Efficient, Comfortable, Safe, Credible Transportation) which is the digitization of shuttle services to integrate information about routes, locations, capacities and times by creating a digitization platform. Team 6 with the sub-theme of Education and Research, initiated the KUSIR (Integrated SDGs Curriculum) which includes teaching, research, and community service related to sustainability. On the third day, the delegates carried out environmental actions, which previously started with gymnastics in the courtyard of the inn with the provided instructors, and continued with breakfast. Then proceed to go to one of the dams in Serang Regency, namely the Sindangheula Dam, to conduct a public lecture consisting of two, the first related to Dam Technology by the Head of BBWSC3 Banten Province. The material provided was very interesting, how dam technology was built, how dams play an important role for urban irrigation, and flood prevention efforts. While the second material is related to Career Opportunities in the Green Energy Sector by Customer Relationship Management, Clean Energy and Sustainability Engineering Enthusiast. This session was also very interesting, the presenters explained how the great opportunities for green energy in the future are very promising, and the transformation that has started today to switch to green energy. After finishing from the Bendungan, we returned to campus E Sindangsari to do a brief campus tour, followed by lunch. Then get ready to do a city tour to Banten Lama, which begins with visiting the Old Banten Archaeological site museum, followed by the Great Mosque of Banten and the Tomb of Sultan Ageng Tirtayasa. Next, we returned to campus E Sindangsari to carry out an environmental action to plant trees, this was one of the best parts of this events, the real action of young people to save the earth from the climate crisis. After finishing planting trees, and taking some photos together, then we returned to the inn. It didn't feel like the 2nd NSLSM activity was coming to an end, marked by the closing ceremony that night. With a series of remarks and inauguration, including the announcement of the best essay, the best FGD group, and also a lucky draw. There were many impressions during the series of activities, starting from getting acquainted with new friends who have the same awareness regarding environmental issues, this is the best part when Indonesians youth gathering together, discuss environmental issues, and actions that can be taken with various breakthroughs, the out of the box and brilliant ideas from every student from different backgrounds for the efforts that can be made for the environment. This positive events must continue to be supported, future leaders must continue to be equipped with awareness of the importance of sustainability, and it is hoped that all programs that have been designed can then be implemented, starting from their respective campuses to benefit the wider community. We are certainly waiting for the next NSLSM activities as well as bigger and more real environmental actions in the future.