Indonesia Emas Berkelanjutan 2045: Kumpulan Pemikiran Pelajar Indonesia Sedunia Seri 7 Lingkungan

Authors

Radityo Pangestu (ed)
Kobe University
https://orcid.org/0000-0002-9820-7733
Raisa Rifat (ed)
Russian State Agrarian University
https://orcid.org/0000-0002-4478-4017
Desy Ayu Prihardini (ed)
Australian National University
Februriyana Pirade (ed)
Ghent University

Keywords:

Indonesia, Tujuan Pembangunan Berkelanjutan, Lingkungan

Synopsis

LIPI Press berkolaborasi dengan Perhimpunan Pelajar Indonesia (PPI) Dunia menerbitkan rangkaian buku seri Indonesia Emas Berkelanjutan 2045: Kumpulan Pemikiran Pelajar Indonesia Sedunia. Rangkaian bunga rampai ini terdiri dari 12 buku dengan sejumlah topik yang mendukung Tujuan Pembangunan Berkelanjutan atau Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) untuk mencapai tujuan Indonesia Emas 2045. Buku ini merupakan seri ketujuh dari rangkaian tersebut.

Seri Lingkungan ini ditulis berangkat dari kekhawatiran bahwa kebijakan lingkungan yang telah ada selama ini keliru. Buku ini mendukung empat target dari SDGs, yaitu manajemen sanitasi dan air bersih (poin 6), pola konsumsi dan produksi yang berkelanjutan (poin 12), penanganan perubahan iklim (poin 13), dan ekosistem daratan (poin 15). Isu lingkungan menjadi sentral dan sangat menarik untuk dibahas karena besar pengaruhnya terhadap isu-isu lain, seperti ekonomi, politik, dan budaya. 

Buku ini diharapkan dapat menjadi bacaan yang bermanfaat bagi masyarakat Indonesia, khususnya para pembuat kebijakan dan pemangku kepentingan di bidang lingkungan. Temukan sumbangsih pemikiran, saran, solusi, dan analisis dari perwakilan pelajar Indonesia di seluruh dunia terkait pengelolaan dan peningkatan kualitas lingkungan hidup Indonesia. Selamat membaca!

Chapters

  • Prolog: Indonesia Emas Berkelanjutan 2045 - Apakah Pilar Lingkungan Terlupakan?
    Radityo Pangestu, Raisa Rifat
  • Perhutanan Sosial sebagai Tata Cara Manajemen Hutan Berkelanjutan dan Konservasi Lingkungan Darat
    Raisa Rifat
  • Gerakan Sadar Kawasan Sebagai Upaya Implementasi Konservasi Hutan Berkelanjutan Berbasis Kawasan
    Habib Abdurahman Izzudin
  • Aspek Internasional - Nasional dalam Perlindungan Hukum Keanekaragaman Hayati di Indonesia
    Fajar Ajie Setiawan
  • CSR dan Peran Korporasi dalam Usaha Menjaga Keanekaragaman Hayati dan Konservasi Hutan di Indonesia
    Februriyana Pirade
  • Potensi dan Tantangan Sektor Kehutanan dalam Mencapai Target Nationally Determined Contribution (NDC) Indonesia
    Asrul Sidiq
  • Mitigasi Perubahan Iklim Indonesia: Skema Pengimbangan dan Kredit Karbon (Carbon Offsetting and Credit Scheme) Lahan Gambut
    Desy Ayu Prihardini
  • Dinamika Perubahan Iklim di Indonesia dan Peran Pendidikan dalam Meningkatkan Kesadaran Masyarakat
    Hana Camelia, Zestadianna Zestadianna
  • Mitigasi dan Adaptasi Struktur Kota Terhadap Kenaikan Temperatur di Urban Area
    Anggi Dewita
  • Pendekatan Integratif antara Pengurangan Dampak Perubahan Iklim dan Kemiskinan bagi Kelompok Prasejahtera
    Irene Sondang Fitrinitia
  • Penguatan Kapasitas Adaptasi Nasional terhadap Risiko terkait Perubahan Iklim melalui Persiapan Finansial
    Giovani Gracianti
  • Resource Efficiency Progresif sebagai Kunci Ekonomi Hijau Indonesia Berkelanjutan – Pembelajaran dari Beberapa Negara Asia
    Radityo Pangestu
  • Menggagas Strategi “Energi Berkeadilan”: Suatu Refleksi Kritis dalam Pengembangan Energi Terbarukan
    Dinita Setyawati
  • Kajian Kebijakan Carbon Taxation di Berbagai Negara dalam rangka Menanggapi Kondisi Perubahan Iklim
    Florence Yokhebed Valerie
  • Polemik, Tantangan dan Harapan Pemanfaatan Limbah Abu Pembakaran Batubara di Indonesia
    Gugi Yogaswara, Peni Astrini Notodarmojo
  • Sustainable Tourism: Meningkatkan Daya Saing Melalui Pengembangan Pariwisata Berkelanjutan Menuju Indonesia Emas 2045
    Betty Betharia S. Naibaho
  • Penerapan Program Ekolabel dalam Mendukung Pola Produksi dan Konsumsi yang Berkelanjutan di Indonesia
    Fenny Clara Ardiati, Nadya Humaira
  • Menuju Indonesia Bebas Sampah ke Tempat Pemrosesan Akhir (Zero Waste to Landfill) 2045
    Fajri Mulya Iresha
  • Strategi Teknis dalam Mengurangi Food Loss and Waste (FLW) di Indonesia
    Cut Keumala Banaget
  • Air Sebagai Hak Dasar Masyarakat: Perjalanan Panjang Pemenuhan Air Bersih di Indonesia Dalam Rangka Menuju Indonesia Emas 2045
    Aditya Prana Iswara, Fahir Hassan
  • Pentingnya Infrastruktur Air Limbah Domestik terhadap Peningkatan Kualitas Air Sungai dan Tata Kelola Air Perkotaan
    Bara Awanda Marhendra
  • Desentralisasi Pengolahan Air Limbah Diterapkan di Indonesia: Efektif atau Tidak?
    Made Urmylla Lyyasintha Sunaya, Evan Hakeem Perwira
  • Rainwater Harvesting Sebagai Alternatif Sumber Daya Air di Indonesia
    Alija Haydar Rabbani
  • Epilog: Menyambut Indonesia Emas Berkelanjutan 2045 yang Berwawasan Lingkungan
    Radityo Pangestu, Raisa Rifat, Desy Ayu Prihardini, Februriyana Pirade

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