In certain areas of Indonesia, seagrass cover has declined from 58 to 48% and 61 to 55% of the average value from several sites in each area from 2016 to 2017, respectively.
Dams are incredibly important for water and food security in Indonesia, but are also at risk of natural disaster. In response, a team from the Engineering faculty at Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember (ITS) designed an earthquake-resistant dam.
This program is designed to be a forum for collaboration between Indonesian and Australian researchers in dealing various development issues.
In addition to listening to scientists and young activists like Greta, another influential group that is speaking out more about the environment are religious groups.
The repository aims to make research data accessible, and make it easier for other scientists to further contribute to the field.
Agricultural and biosystem engineering students have developed cloud-based technology to monitor water levels. The technology is currently used for irrigation, but the students hope to potentially develop it into an early warning system for floods.
We have supposedly moved beyond the time when our parents exerted a large control over our decisions to marry; when women could not travel to faraway lands to pursue higher education…
Along with the growth of the world’s population, alternative sources of protein are needed that are suitable to meet daily protein needs. There are many alternative sources of protein that can be consumed by humans, including insects.
By the end of the century, much of the coastal land we live on could be uninhabitable.
Succeeding SDGs, IPB University Students Create Portable Disinfectant Generator for Clean Water Sanitation
IPB University students from the Department of Chemistry succeeded in making an innovation called Pordistor for sanitation of clean water.
“After participating in this event, the participants are expected to be able to apply the technology in their respective schools and further develop and utilise renewable energy technology.”
In Indonesia, the world’s second-largest cigarette market, the government has yet to put in place policies to prevent youths from taking up vaping.