UI GreenMetric Team Attended The 10th International Sustainable Campus Network (ISCN) 2016

UI GreenMetric Team Attended The 10th International Sustainable Campus Network (ISCN) 2016

UI GreenMetric team attended The 10th International Sustainable Campus Network (ISCN) 2016 in Siena, represented by Dr. Nyoman Suwartha, S.T., M.T., M.Agr. Over 160 participants from various state institutions attended this annual event that serves a global forum to support the campus entities for achieving campus sustainability. UI GreenMetric allowed to put up standing banner, distributing flyers, and introducing what UI GreenMetric is, when break time and gala dinner.
ISCN discussed the role of the university in managing social change, improvement program and government’s continuing system, international collaboration between the university and agencies to improving social welfare, leadership for managing a changing planet, and university-private sector collaborations for a sustainable future.

The ISCN award was also held in this event for efforts universities for exceptional sustainability in campus planning, integration with academics, student leadership, and exemplary building projects. The winner for 2016 ISCN Sustainable Campus Excellence Awards are: University of São Paulo (Excellence in Campus), University of Oxford (Excellence in Innovative Collaboration), and Sustainability Week at the Five Universities in Zurich (Excellence in Student Leadership).

UI GreenMetric have an opportunity to visited the University of Bologna and had a meeting with Prof. Mirko Degli Esposti (the vice-chancellor), Luciana Sacchetti (quality research valorization unit), Olivia (staff who filled out a questionnaire UI GM), and Alesandra (Environmental Engineering School Prof). University of Bologna was very interested and welcomed an invitation from UI GreenMetric to participates as a HUB UI GreenMetric and to conduct a national workshop. They are also submitted suggestions for improving UI GreenMetric’s guidelines, related to the definition of criteria / indicators to be more easily understood by respondents.

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