List of Abstract Acceptance

//List of Abstract Acceptance
List of Abstract Acceptance2018-07-20T00:04:15+00:00
No.Abstract TitleAuthorsInstitution
1Occupants' Engagement for Indoor Air Quality Sustainability in Middle Income Housing, Jakarta, IndonesiaDyah Nurwidyaningrum, Setyo Sarwanto Moersidik, Haryoto Kusnoputranto, Emirhadi SugandaSekolah Ilmu Lingkungan UI
2S-LCA applications: a case studies analysisMaria Claudia Lucchetti, Gabriella Arcese, Marzia Traverso, Chiara MontautiUniversity of Roma Tre
3Social Life Cycle Assessment of Ecotourism in Lake Toba Area: Case Study in Community-managed Forest Ecotoursm Destination in Toba Samosir RegencyNatalia Paramitha and Yosef ManikEngineering Management Study Program, Institut Teknologi Del, Laguboti - Indonesia
4Spatio-temporal pattern of seagrass distribution based on human activities in Banten BayMuhammad Daud, Tjiong Giok Pin, Tuty HandayaniUniversitas Indonesia
5Initial Sustainability Assessment of Coffee Production System in Toba Samosir RegencyAsido Situmorang and Yosef ManikEngineering Management Study Program, Institut Teknologi Del, Laguboti - Indonesia
6The view on current state-of-the art of circular economy in developing countries: expanding the knowledge base Juli Nurdiana, Silu Bhochhibhoya, María-Laura Franco-GarcíaUniversity of Twente
7Evaluation of strategies for utilizing rice husk based on life cycle cost analysis in NepalSilu Bhochhibhoya, Otto During, Rajendra Joshi, Ramesh Kumar MaskeyUniversity of Twente
8Sago as Environmental Friendly Food Resources in Climate Change EraSaptarining WulanTrisakti School of Tourism
9LIFE CYCLE ASSESSMENT (LCA) SHOPPING BAG FROM VIRGIN HDPE 100%, OXO-BIODEGRADABLE, GOODIE BAG, BIOPLASTIC, AND RECYCLE PLASTICA. Z. Abidin, M, Nathania, D. A. TrirahayuITB
10Assessing the Financial and Environmental Sustainability in Ribbed Smoked Sheet Manufacture in Sri LankaPasan Dunuwila, V.H.L. Rodrigo, Naohiro GotoToyohashi University of Technology
11Environmental Economic Valuation base on Life Cycle Analysis: collaboration analysis in the complexity of environmental systemYuli Sulistiyohadi, Setyo Sarwanto Moersidik, Iwa Garniwa, Lana Saria, Muhammad AzizSchool of Environmental University of Indonesia
12Life cycle analysis of acid mine drainage formation from mining: technology intervention to change the methods of treatment AMD waste.Yuli Sulistiyohadi, Setyo Sarwanto Moersidik, Iwa Garniwa, Lana Saria, Muhammad AzizSchool of Environmental University of Indonesia
13How Agenda Setting of Indonesia Media Deals with Sustainable Development GoalsIrwansyahUniversitas Indonesia
14Measuring the Contribution of Circular Economy Approach of Municipal Waste Management using Life Cycle Assessment: A case Study in Suburban Bekasi, IndonesiaJessica Hanafi, Kenny Tandiadi, Laurence, M. Bijaksana JunerosanoLife Cycle Indonesia; Industrial Engineering Department Universitas Pelita Harapan; Waste4Change
15Analysis of Marine and Coastal Resources Sustanability in Benoa Bay Reclamation SiteAsri Setianingrum Kenyo, Tri Edhi Budhi Soesilo, Widodo Setiyo PranowoUniversity of Indonesia
16ANALYSIS IMPACT OF SEDIMENTATIONS TO SUSTAINABILITY OF JATILUHUR WATER POWER PLANTSuprihatin Wulansari, Iwa Garniwa, Hayati Sari HasibuanSekretariat Jenderal Dewan Energi Nasional
17Analyzing The Gap Between Supply and Demand of Natural Gas Market in Indonesia.Usa Abiyasa Sidemen, Alin HalimatussadiahUniversitas Indonesia
18PRODUCED WATER AND ITS IMPACT TOWARDS THE ENVIRONMENTTiara Monika Sarah, Setyo Sarwanto Moersidik, Udi SyahnoediUniversitas Indonesia
19EXPLORING THE SUSTAINABILITY STRATEGY OF THE GO PUBLIC COMPANIES IN INDONESIA: AN ASSESSMENT OF THE LIFE CYCLE OF THE COMPANY MunawarohKrisnadwipayana University
20Study on the sustainability of community-based mangrove products diversification: Life Cycle of Mangrove Resources as Food and Livelihood Support in West JavaKirstie Imelda Majesty and Mahawan KaruniasaSchool of Environmental Science, Universitas Indonesia.
21PENGUNAAN METODE LIFE CYCLE ANALYSIS DALAM KEGIATAN AMDAL DALAM PROSES PEMBANGUNAN BERKELANJUTANAndreas PramudiantoSekolah Ilmu Lingkungan Universitas Indonesia
22The green city starts from planning green masterplanMartinus Bambang Susetyarto, Architecture DepartmentUniversitas Trisakti Jakarta
23WASTE MINIMIZATION APPROACH AT FISH PROCESSING INDUSTRY AS A WASTEWATER MANAGEMENT IN THE INDUSTRIAL AREA FISHERIES PORT OF NIZAM ZACHMAN JAKARTASetia Devi Kurniasih, Tri Edhi Budhi Soesilo, Roekmijati W. SoemantojoUniversitas Indonesia
24EFFECTIVENESS OF ZAKAT EMPOWERMENT PROGRAMME ON THE VILLAGE : A CASE STUDY OF THE VILLAGES ASSISTED BY BADAN AMIL ZAKAT NASIONAL REGENCY SERANG salman abdun nashiir, Sekolah kajian global dan strategik universitas indonesiaSekolah Kajian Global dan Strategik, Universitas Indonesia
25When LCA applies in Health Service IndustryRr Anggun Paramita Djati, Sherafina Reni Cahayanti, Ellyna Chairani, Raldi H. Koestoer, Djoko Mulyo HartonoSekolah Ilmu Lingkungan, Universitas Indonesia
26Management Lead Pollution Analysis In Soil (Case: Pesarean Village, Tegal District Area)Lestari,I., Tri Edhi Boedi S., Haruki A.Universitas Indonesia
27APPLICATION OF GREEN TECHNOLOGY FOR USED LUBRICANT RECYCLE TO BE BASE OIL AND UTILIZATION OF RESIDUE TO BE ENERGY, CONCRETE PRODUCTS, AND ASPHALT REINFORCEMENTYanuar Purnama, Sumi Hadiyono, Haryoto Kusnoputranto, Setyo Sarwanto MoersidikSchool of Environmental Science
28Fuel consumption and estimation of carbon footprint of the handline tuna fishery in PalabuhanratuIgnatius Tri Hargiyatno, Suyud Winarno Utomo, Rauf Achmad SueUniversitas Indonesia
29ASEAN Tuna Ecolabelling (ATEL): The Challenge and Opportunity Of The First Regional Ecolabelling In The WorldAndre NotohamijoyoMinistry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries
30Water footprint of civet (Paradoxurus hermaphroditus) coffee production: study cases of Provinces of West Java and Bali, Indonesia Ellyna ChairaniSchool of Environment, Universitas Indonesia
31Sustainable Tourism Management in Borobudur Temple using Life Cycle PerspectiveZulfahmi Ilman Hindami and Hayati Sari HasibuanSchool of of Environmental Science, Indonesia University
32LIFE CYCLE ANALYSIS APPROACH FOR DEVELOPING DEGRADABLE PLASTIC MATERIAL FROM CASSAVA STARCH WITH 4R (REDUCE, REUSE, RECYCLE AND RETURN TO EARTH) PARADIGMMaria Ulfa and Dita Apriani PT HARAPAN INTERAKSI SWADAYA
33The Influence of Critical Thinking Skills on The Preservation of Sasak Traditional Settlement ModelVania ZulfaUniversitas Negeri Jakarta
34Waste Reduction through Integrated Waste Management Modeling at Mustika Residence (Tangerang)Hendro Putra JohannesUniversitas Indonesia
35Wastewater Management of Slaughterhouse (A Study in Slaughterhouse X, Bogor City, West Java Province)IrmaUniversitas Indonesia
36A study of community sustainability after the relocation of Mount Sinabung Eruption in SiosarNovi KumalasariDepartment of Environmental Science, University of Indonesia
37The Implementation of Smart Trash As Smart Environment ConceptHenita RahmayantiUniversitas Negeri Jakarta
38Sustainable Public Procurement Research Trends and Gaps - A Literature ReviewAgus PudjijonoSchool of Environmental Science Universitas Indonesia
39Water Footprint of Organic Rice Agricultural ProcessesHendro Putra Johannes, Cindy Rianti PriadiUniversitas Indonesia
40Resource efficiency using activated clay as adsorbent to removed lead in waste lubricant oilSetyo Sarwanto Moersidik, Sandyanto Adityosulindro, Dini Kemala, Firsta HilwaUniversitas Indonesia
41Structural Victimization of the Environment Due to Expansion of Palm Oil Plantations (Case Study in Riau Province)LANA UTRUJATULHAYATUniversitas Indonesia
42Alternative for the manufacturing process to Achieve Sustainability of Urea Industry: A Case Study of The Oldest Urea Fertilizer Company X.Diana Mutia PratiwiSchool of Environmental Science, Indonesia University
43HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENTAL RISK ASSESMENT OF MERCURY EXPOSURE ARTISANAL GOLD MINING ILLEGAL (Case study in Batanghari District of Jambi Province)Yusniawati, Kusnoputranto, K., InswiasriUniversitas Indonesia
44Indonesian Staple Food Adaptations For Food Security Anugerah Karta MonikaPoliteknik Statistika STIS
45Urban Water Governance in Bandung Metropolitan Area: Problems, Challenges and Key Influencing Factors at Policy ProcessWahyu MulyanaSchool of Environmental Science
46URBAN LITTER ABUNDANCE ON URBAN LAKE’S TRASH TRAP (Study on Kenanga Lake in University of Indonesia Campus, Depok City, Indonesia)Muhammad Muhsin, Mahawan Karuniasa and Herr SoeryantonoSchool of Environmental Science, University of Indonesia, Indonesia
47Product Obsolescence of Cellular Phone Market in Indonesia: A Consumer and Producer PerspectiveRafika Farah Maulia and Alin HalimatussadiahUniversity of Indonesia
48Corporate Sustainability Paradigm and The Role of Accountant On ItRochman MarotaPadjadjaran University
49Green Productivity Methodology for Production Cost Efficiency (Case study on Automotive Company in West Java)Rochman MarotaPakuan University
50Life Cycle Wood Architecture: Evoking the Relation with Nature in Its Broader SenseTony SofianInstitut Teknologi Bandung
51Re-appraising Social Participation to Reduce Household Waste at Source with Circular Economy ConceptI Gede Sukahatya, Iwa Garniwa, Djoko M. Hartono, Linda DarmajantiSekolah Ilmu Lingkungan UI
52Women's Participation in a Collective Design for Waste Problem: A Study Case at RW 02 Pondok Jaya, South Tangerang. Feby Hendola , Ade Amelia, Ignatius Susiadi WibowoUniversitas Pembangunan Jaya
53Life Cycle Assessment and Eco-Efficiency Indicator for Ulos Weaving using Loom Machine in Toba Samosir Regency of North SumatraYuli Siagian, Rizal Sinaga, Christoper Sinaga, Yosef ManikEngineering Management Study Program, Institut Teknologi Del, Laguboti - Indonesia
54Bankers' Perception on the Implementation of Sustainable Finance in IndonesiaAlin Halimatussadiah, Aria Farahmita, Atiqah Amanda SiregarInstitute for Economic and Social Research (LPEM) Faculty of Economics and Business, Universitas Indonesia
55Achieving an Urban Sustainability in Indonesia Through Environmental Friendly Behavior on Daily ActivitiesDhywa DarmawanUniversity of Indonesia
56sustainable community gold mining in indonesia, a sleeping giant for economic growthF. Y. Prabawa, T. Y. Zagloel, R. H. Koestoer, C. AbdiniSIL University of Indonesia
57Incorporating Life Cycle Assessment Subject into Undergraduate Engineering Management Study Program with Particular Focus on Sustainable Regional Development: An Experience from Lake Toba AreaYosef ManikEngineering Management Study Program - Institut Teknologi Del, Laguboti - Indonesia
58Identifying Fire Egress Route Legibility in International Trade Centre (ITC) Kebon Kalapa BandungDessy Syarlianti; Himasari Hanan, Hanson Endra Kusuma, Lily TambunanPrograme Doctor Architecture, Bandung Institute of Technology
59Use Of Spatial Analysis In Identifying Priority Area For Achieving City's Sustainable Development TargetsEndrawati FatimahUniversity of Trisakti
60Rehabilitation Process in The Indonesia Mining Operations: A Cost and Benefit Analysis ViewImam Eko SetiawanTohoku University
61ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT GAP BASED ON AMDAL AND IFC STANDARD PERFORMANCE (Study Case of Land Acquisition on Batang Toru Hydro Electric Power Development)Suyud Warno Utomo and Muhammad Arif SiregarSekolah Ilmu Lingungan, Universitas Indonesia
62Environmental Citizenship Behavior (The Effect of Environmental Sensitivity, Knowledge of Ecology, Personal Investment in Environmental Issue, Locus of Control towards Students' Environmental Citizenship Behavior)Agus PriadiUniversitas Negeri Jakarta
63Effect of composting palm oil mill by-products on the carbon footprint of oil palmVictor Baron, Mohamed Saoud, Joni Jupesta, Ikhsan Rezky Praptantyob, Hartono Tirto Admojo, Cécile Bessou, Jean Pierre CalimanPT. Sinar Mas Agro Resource and Technology (SMART) Tbk and Centre de coopération internationale en recherche agronomique pour le développement (CIRAD)
64Citizen Engagement in Sustaining Shipbuilding and Shipyard Industries: A case study from City of Batam, IndonesiaSylvia Prisca Delima, Paulus Wirutomo, Abimanyu T. Alamsyah and Setyo S. MoersidikSchool of Environmental Science Universitas Indonesia
65Spatial Modelling of Social Networks and Infrastucture Influence on Poverty in Tumpang District, Malang RegencyIsmu Rini Dwi Ari ; Budi Sugiarto Waloejo; Septiana HariyaniUniversitas Brawijaya
66East Canal Flood as PDAM Water Resource DKI JakartaWednes Suci Pradafitri, Setyo Sarwanto Moersidik, Chairil AbdiniUniversitas Indonesia
67ANALYSIS OF IMPACT OF CITY FOREST UTILIZATION OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY IMPROVEMENT IN SERANG CITY INDONESIAAnis MasyrurohUniversity Of Indonesia
68Life Cycle Assessment in Upstream Processes of Oil and Gas IndustriesMardhika Sapto Sari, Hadiyanto, Fuad MuhamadDiponegoro University
69Investigating thermal comfort model for environmentally friendly public building facilityAndalas Bayu, Kusnoputranto Haryoto, Warno Utomo Suyud, Koestoer RaldiUniversitas Indonesia
70The Weighted Overlay Model Of Mangrove Ecotourism Development Based On Physical Carrying Capacity In Blanakan Forest, West Java, IndonesiaUfairah HartantiUniversity of Indonesia
71Life Cycle Analysis of Green Bonds for Financing SDGs in IndonesiaGeorgius Joseph ViandritoUniversitas Indonesia
72Utilisation of Wastewater Anaerobic Effluent at Tofu Industry to be HandicraftsLaras Andria WardaniUniversity of Indonesia
73Characteristic of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons (PAHs) in Urban Air Jakarta MiftahudinDoctoral Student, Environmental Science University of Indonesia
74Economic and Environmental Feasibility Study of Water Hyacinth Briquette in Cirata ReservoirTauny AkbariUniversitas Banten Jaya
75TECHNOLOGY INTERVENTION FOR SUSTAINABLE URBAN AGRICULTURE OF MEDICINAL PLANTS FOR FAMILY HEALTH CARE IN JAKARTADarmawan L. Cahya, Raldi H. Koestoer, Listyani Wijayanti, Misri GozanSekolah Ilmu Lingkungan - Universitas Indonesia
76Renewable energy governance: Geothermal and sustainable development policy in IndonesiaSjahriati Rochmah and Tri HayatiUniversity of Indonesia
77THE ROLE OF TOP MANAGEMENT IN IMPLEMENTING ISO 14001:2004 ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (Case on Inspection Services Company PT.X, South Jakarta)Sharah Nadya , Budi Darmadi dan Tri Edhi Budhi SoesiloSchool of Environment Science, Universitas Indonesia
78RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN KNOWLEDGE OF GREEN PRODUCT, SOCIAL IMPACT AND PERCEIVED VALUE WITH GREEN PURCHASE BEHAVIOURAlprida HarahapUniversitas Negeri Jakarta
79Material flow analysis of waste bank activity for sustainable waste management in Indonesia: the case of Medan city Hafizhul Khair, Iga Yusmaidah Siregar, Indriyani Rachman, Toru MatsumotoUniversitas Sumatera Utara
80THE ROLE OF CSR IN ENHANCING SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENTEmilkamayanaUniversitas Negeri Jakarta
81Life cycle assessment of timor deer in captivity: A comparison of two breeding systems in West Java, IndonesiaPeggy Awanti Nila Krisna, Jatna Supriatna, Matius Suparmoko, Raden GarsetiasihUniversity of Indonesia
82Blue Swim Crab Fishery Management Toward Sustainability With Ecosystem Approach Fishery Management In Banten Bay Hedia Susiani, Chairil Abdini, Sugeng Hari WisudoUniversitas Indonesia
83Carbon and Water Footprint Analyses of Traditional Processing of Sago Starch Mega Ayu Yusuf, Muhammad Romli, Suprihatin, Edi Iswanto WilosoBogor Agricultural University
84Life Cycle Assessment Applications To The Dry Steam Geothermal Power Generation (Case Study: Star Energy Geothermal Wayang Windu, Ltd, Indonesia)Rina Annisa and Benno RahardyanITB
85Socio-economic strategy of sustainability management and post-mining land use in South SumatraRizkia Ayu LestariUniversitas Indonesia
86UTILIZATION OF WASTE FROM CORRUGATED BOX INTO ERGONOMIC FURNITURE WITH DESIGN FOR ENVIRONMENT GUIDELINE Natalia Hartono, Agustina Christiani, Candida Keshia Larasati University of Pelita Harapan
87Consumer Education for Sustainable Lifestyles: Efforts toward Resource EfficiencyDarwina WidjajantiIndependent Consultant
88PHYTOREMEDIATION USING WATER LETTUCE (PISTIA STRATIOTES L.) FOR HEXAVALENT CHROMIUM REMOVAL FROM NICKEL ORE MINES WASTEWATERErikha Maurizka Mayzarah, Setyo Sarwanto Moersidik, Lana SariaUniversitas Indonesia
89Life Cycle Assessment of Tempe Products Made from Local Soybean and Imported SoybeanMuhamad Ifdholy, Edi Iswanto Wiloso, and Muhammad RomliBogor Agricultural University
90Determinants of Citizen Engagement in Rural Water Supply and Sanitation Services in IndonesiaRahmi Yetri Kasri, Paulus Wirutomo, Haryoto Kusnoputranto, Setyo Sarwanto Moersidik Graduate School of Environmental Science, Universitas Indonesia
91Analysis of livestock farmer awareness for communal cattle-shed with the vision of zero waste management ( A case study on Muaro Pijoan village in Muaro Jambi district, Jambi province) Muhammad Febriman SItepuSekolah Ilmu Lingkungan Universitas Indonesia
92The Impact of the Implementation of Temporary Import Procedure on Electronic Products: Input-Output AnalysisDedi Abdul Hadi, Toru MatsumotoKitakyushu University
93Domestic Factors That Affect The Price of Styrene Butadiene Latex in IndonesiaRosalendro Eddy NugrohoPost Graduate School of Management, Post Graduate Faculty, Universitas Mercu Buana-Indonesia
94Harmony of Urban Micro Communal-based Domestic Waste ManagementBramanto GeritnoUniversity of Indonesia
95Towards a region-specific impact assessment of water degradation in water footprintingNatalia Finogenova, Dr. Markus Berger, Prof. Dr. Matthias FinkbeinerTechnische Universität Berlin
96ANALYSIS OF THE IMPACT OF THE SURFACTANT INDUSTRY ON THE ENVIRONMENT WITH FLOW MATERIAL ANALYSIS (FMA)Lidya Elisabeth SimanjuntakUniversitas Indonesia
97Interaction of Climate Variability with Lobster Resources In PangandaranAndrias Steward SamusamuUniversity Indonesia
98Life Cycle Assessment of a Model Rainwater Harvesting Installation on Rural Community (Cases in village communities in Jogjakarta and Three National Parks in Indonesia)Robby Cahyanto; Jatna Supriatna; Apik KaryanaSchool of Environmental Science, University of Indonesia
99Life Cycle Assessment Approach on Food Packaging to Build Sustainable Consumption Awareness in Developing CountryNiLuh WidyaningsihEsa Unggul University
100Developing a characterization factor framework for microbial contaminationIra Wardani, SKM, M.ScWageningen University and Research; Radboud University Nijmegen
101REDUCING GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSION FROM PALM OIL BIODIESEL INDUSTRY THROUGH TECHNOLOGIES IMPLEMENTATION: a LCA ApproachHermawan Prasetya, Yandra Arkeman, Erliza Hambali, Ikhwanuddin Mawardi And Rizaldi BoerCenter of Technology for Specific Region and Innovation System Development, BPPT
102LCCO2 of Coal Co-firing with Imported Torrefied Woody Biomass in JapanKenta Omura , Andante Hadi Pandyaswargo, Hiroshi OnodaWaseda University
103Sustainable Development Considerations for Offshore Oil and Gas Platform Decommissioning: a case study on Java Sea, IndonesiaRio MaulanaSekolah Ilmu Lingkungan
104Study Of Preparedness and Community Cognition Of Oil Spill Response (Camplong Analysis Study, Madura)Lulu Eki DaysitaSekolah Ilmu Lingkungan, University of Indonesia
105Environmental Impact Assessment of Tofu Industry with LCA Method, Case at UKM Tahu Mampang PrapatanBayu Sukmana, Moeriyanto, Arif Rahman, Edi Iswanto Wiloso, Isti Surjandari PrajitnoUniversitas Indonesia
106Trade-off Between Economic Efficiency and Ecological Impact of Oil Palm (Elaeis guineensis Jacq.) Fresh Fruit Bunches Production in IndonesiaAloysius Suratin, Mahawan Karuniasa, Suyud Warno UtomoSchool of Environmental Science University of Indonesia
107THE EFFECT OF USING CORNCOB ASH FOR POWER PRESSURE CONCRETEDr. Nurhasan Syah, M.Pd.Padang State University
108Potential Benefit Industrial Symbiosis Using Life Cycle Assessment: Study Case Automotive Supply ChainYunita IsmailPresident University
109Environmental and economic assessment of waste bank activities in Indonesia: a case study of Medan CityHafizhul Khair, Indriyani Rachman, Toru MatsumotoUniversitas Sumatera Utara
110Using Life Cycle Assessment on Sustainable Traditional Market Management Sessario Bayu Mangkara, Hayati Sari Hasibuan, Herdis Herdiansyah School of Environmental Science, Universitas Indonesia
111Life Cycle Assessment of Solar Photovoltaics and their End-of-LifeRichard Corkish; Marina M. Lunardi; J.P. Alvarez-Gaitan, and J.I. BilbaoUniversity of New South Wales
112Design of Integrated Data Management System for Sustainability Reporting and Program for Manufacturing Industries in IndonesiaPriskila C.RUniversitas Pelita Harapan
113Academicians Role in Waste Management ResponsePaula DewantiSTMIK STIKOM Bali
114Life-cycle assessment for women in sustainable agricultureDr. Ahmad QosimSchool of Postgraduate Studies, Diponegoro University
115Thirsty City: Urban water footprint in Indonesia waterfront cities challengesAdipati Rahmat gumelar - Universitas IndonesiaUniversitas Indonesia
116Life Cycle Assessment of Municipal Solid Waste in Jakarta Metropolitan CityBudiman R Saragih, Sri RH Siregar, and Adi SurjosatyoDepartment of Mechanical Engineering Universitas Indonesia
117Life Cycle Strategies of Weeds Control: A Case Study on Dryland Paddy Farming in Ngadirojo District, PacitanPriyaji Agung Pambudi, Suyud Warno Utomo, Tarsoen WaryonoSchool of Environmental Science, University of Indonesia
118Life Cycle Assessment Simulation of a Sodium Lignosulfonate Plant from Empty Palm Fruit Bunch using openLCAMuhammad Aulia Anwar Ibrahim, Muhammad Mufti Azis, Rio AryapratamaDepartment of Chemical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Universitas Gadjah Mada
119Life Cycle Assessment of Civet Coffee in Bali, Indonesia Ellyna Chairani, Jatna Supriatna, Moira Moeliono, Raldi H KoestoerSchool of Environmental Science Universitas Indonesia
120Determination on Global Warming Potential of snake fruit (Sallaca zallaca) “CRISTAL” by Life Cycle AssessmentWahyu Supartono, Annisa Dwi Astari, Samsifatun, Devina F. Nikasari, Hairin Ardhini, Mutamimatul UlyaDepartment of Agroindustrial Technology - Faculty of Agricultural Technology - Universitas Gadjah Mada
121SOCIAL LIFE CYCLE ASSESSMENT (S-LCA) ON SALT PRODUCTION IN PATI REGENCY, CENTRAL JAVAIka Fajriah G. Putri, Wahyu Supartono, Moch. MaksumDepartment of Agroindustrial Technology - Faculty of Agricultural Technology - Universitas Gadjah Mada
122SOCIAL LIFE CYCLE ASSESSMENT INFLUENCE ON PUBLIC POLICY DEVELOPMENT OF SUSTAINABLE PRODUCTION OF CRUDE PALM OILIndah BudianiSocial Welfare Program, Faculty of Social and Political Science, Universitas Indonesia
123LIFE CYCLE ASSESSEMNT (LCA) STUDY OF A MILK POWDER PRODUCT IN ALUMINIUM FOIL PACKAGING Venessa Allia, Mochammad Chaerul, and Benno Rahardyan Institut Teknologi Bandung (ITB)
124Gender and life cycle approach in social protection to improve environmental management for urban sustainabilityDonna Asteria, Budidarmono, Retty Dwi Handayani, Dyah Utari, Elok Faiqotul MutiaCommunication Department, Faculty of Social and Political Science, Universitas Indonesia
125LCA Comparison of Plastics Packaging of Consumer Good ProductsLaurenceUniversitas Pelita Harapan
126LIFE CYCLE ASSESSMENT (LCA) REFUSE DERIVED FUEL (RDF) WASTE IN PUSAT INOVASI AGRO TEKNOLOGI (PIAT) UNIVERSITAS GADJAH MADA AS ALTERNATIVE WASTE MANAGEMENT FOR ENERGY Titi Tiara Anasstasia (UGM), Muhammad Mufti Azis (UGM), Iman Haryanto (UGM), Rio Aryapratama (Univ of Freiburg, Germany)Department of Chemical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Universitas Gadjah Mada
127A System Dynamics Model For Rice Farmers’ Livelihood Resilience in Coastal Area: A Case of Cirebon Regency, IndonesiaNila Ardhyarini H. Pratiwi, Mahawan Karuniasa, Djoko S. A. SurosoSchool of Environmental Science, Universitas Indonesia
128The Effect of Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) Performance on Firm Risk: Study of ASEAN-5 for the period 2011-2017Anindita Nur Anisa and Dwi HartantiFaculty of economics and business, Universitas Indonesia
129Analysis Of Community Development Implementation Around The Coal Mining AreaMarikha Ulfah UtamiUniversity of Indonesia
130Determinants of Indonesia's Sustainability Reporting based on Social Responsibility Perspective TheoriesGregorius M Arya Sena and Dwi HartantiFaculty of economics and business, Universitas Indonesia
131Childhood vs Adulthood Health and Cleanliness on Educational Outcomes in Indonesia: Moving Towards Sustainable Development GoalsRestananda Nabilla YusaccFaculty of Economics & Business, University of Indonesia
132Graduate Student and Community Development Readiness of Agenda for Sustainable Development GoalsWahyu Sardjono, BINA NUSANTARA University and Widhilaga Gia Perdana, School of Environmental Science - University of IndonesiaBINA NUSANTARA University
133Investigating the relationship between variation of greenhouse gases concentrations and HumidexAnies Ma’rufatin (School of Environmental Sciences, Universitas Indonesia), Haryoto Kusnoputranto (School of Environmental Sciences and Department of Environmental Health-Faculty of Public Health, Universitas Indonesia) and Kardono (Center of Technology for the Environment, Agency for the Assessment and Application of Technology, BPPT) School of Environmental Science, Universitas Indonesia
134Gender Responsiveness in Forest Management towards Sustainable DevelopmentRyza Dani Pratiwi (Master of Public Administration, Faculty of Social and Political Sciences of Universitas Sebelas Maret, Surakarta, Indonesia), Ismi Dwi Astuti Nurhaeni (Master of Public Administration, Faculty of Social and Political Sciences of Universitas Sebelas Maret, Surakarta, Indonesia), Drajat Tri Kartono (Master of Public Administration, Faculty of Social and Political Sciences of Universitas Sebelas Maret, Surakarta, Indonesia)Universitas Sebelas Maret
135The Characteristics of Green Bond and its Relationship to Social Development Goals (SDGs) Targets: Case Study of Vigeo EirisDodik SiswantoroUniversitas Indonesia
136Towards A Sustainable Local Business Community by Women's Empowerment Programs through Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)Lutfia Nurul Hidayati, Ary Miftakhul Huda, and Merintha SuryapuspitaMaster of Public Policy, Airlangga University
137The negative impact of mining company on health, environment, climate change, economic sustainability and macro economyRofikoh Rokhim, Wardatul Adawiyah, Ida Ayu Agung Faradynawati, Ruri Eka Fauziah NasutionDepartment of Management, Faculty of Economics and Business, Universitas Indonesia
138Loving God, loving me, loving others, and loving the environment: A sustainability education for elementary school childrenJulia Suleeman and Jeny TariganFaculty of Psychology, Universitas Indonesia
139Achieving Sustainable Development Goals Through Support From Indigenous People. Study Case: IndonesiaDwi Ajeng Zahrotun NoorUniversitas Indonesia
140The Sustainability of an Environmental Policy: A Review of Indonesia Peat Restoration ProgramMahardika FadmastutiUniversitas Indonesia
141Initiating a sustainable city on the eastern horizon of Java islandTaufik KurrohmanUniversitas Jember; Griffith University
142THE DEVELOPMENT PATTERN OF ECO - TOURISM DEMANDHaswan YunazInstitute of Bussiness and Informatic Kosgoro 1957
143Can Public-Private Partnership Policy Reduce Poverty And Grow Sustainable Economies In Indonesia? (Case Study Approach)Ary Miftakhul HudaMaster of Public Policy, Airlangga University
144Sustainable Finance for Sustainability: A Case Study AnalysisNaufal Daffaveda Adam, Desi AdharianiDepartment of Accounting, Faculty of Economics and Business, Universitas Indonesia
145Happiness Index and Physical Sustainability Aspects of Kampung SettlementSurjonoUniverstias Brawijaya
146Wisdom of the crowd: Citizen Science for sustainable and effective protected area management in IndonesiaAsri A. Dwiyahreni, Raldi H. Koestoer and Jatna SupriatnaResearch Center for Climate Change UI, School of Environment UI
147Determinant of Children’s Vaccination: Moving Towards Healthier Indonesia for Sustainable Development GoalsRestananda Nabilla Yusacc, Rian Sabrina Rahmani & Dwini HandayaniFaculty of Economics & Business, University of Indonesia
148Analysis of Ecological Footprint for Airport Energy Sustainability and Emissions Controlling (Case in Halim Perdanakusuma International Airport, East Jakarta, Province of DKI Jakarta)Bagus Ferry AgrayantoUniversitas Indonesia (School of Enviromental Science, Magister Programme)
149The Potential of the Natural Tourism Development: An Alternative to achieve Sustainable Coastal Area Management in Serang, IndonesiaAdil Faisal AlwiniSchool of Environmental Science, Indonesia University
150Sustaining the Development of Micro & Small Enterprises: the Moderating Effects of EnvironmentIndah Pertiwi & Ruslan PrijadiDepartment of Management, Universitas Indonesia
151Why should we save water? Education on water conservation for villagers of Tianyar, Bali Desi AdharianiDepartment of Accounting, Faculty of Economics and Business, Universitas Indonesia
152alternative wastewater management of tempeh Industry for small communitiesSilvi Wahyu Puspawati, Tri Edhi Budhi Soesilo, Roekmijati W. SoemantojoUniversity of Indonesia
153Analysis of Remote Sensing Technique Using Water Supply Vegetation Index Method for Detecting Drought in Bekasi City in 2015Amrih Halil; Rokhmatuloh; Revi HerninaDepartment of Geography University of Indonesia
154SOCIETY PARTICIPATION IN CONSERVATION EFFORTS OF THE LAKES IN DEPOK CITYTiffa Yuki DewantiUniversitas Indonesia
155Analysis of Ground Water Quality and Sanitation Behavior of Residents Around TPST Bantargebang BekasiHadid Sukmana, Haryoto Kusnoputranto, Suyud Warno UtomoUniversitas Indonesia
156Household behaviour as a Determinant of Waste ManagementDwini HandayaniFaculty of Economics and Business, Universitas Indonesia
157Environmental consideration on hazardous sewage sludge treatmentRijal HakikiPresident University
158The Potential of the development of Waste Construction material Utilization in terms of Economic Aspect: A Case Study of South Jakarta, IndonesiaFransisca Theresia SembiringUniversity of Indonesia
159Determination of Eco-efficiency Level of Solid Waste Management of Polypropylene Cloth on Motorcycle Tire Industry in Cileungsi (West Java)Priambodo, Bagus & Hartono, Djoko M.UNIVERSITAS INDONESIA
160Analysis the management of the centralized domestic system waste in the Populous NeighborhoodsTri Edhi Budhi Soesilo and Shabrina Arika ZahraUniversitas Indonesia
161Potential Electricity Production From Waste to Energy Technology Implementation (WTE) In North Jakarta Sunter Intermediate Treatment Facility (ITF) Development PlanFahmi HermawanUniversity of Indonesia
162Optimization Of Transportation Of Municipal Solid Waste from Resource To Intermediate Treatment Facility with Nearest Neighbour Method (Study on six Sub District in DKI Jakarta Province)Fahmi HermawanUniversity of Indonesia
163Potentials and challenges towards sustainable community (case study: community waste management in Sampangan, Semarang and Gununganyar Tambak, Surabaya)Wawargita Permata WijayantiUniversitas Brawijaya
164Analysis of Civil Society Movements: The Case of Geothermal Development in The Mountain Area of TalangHidayatul Fajri (Department of Public Administration, Universitas Negeri Padang); Qori Pebrial Ilham (Department of Forest Engineering, Institut Teknologi Sumatera); Historis Soterman Halawa (Department of Public Administration, Universitas Negeri Padang)Department of Public Administration, Universitas Negeri Padang
165The financial analysis for the advisability of the biogas project from cow dung in household scaleMuhammad Mundzir KamiluddinUniversity of Indonesia
166The Role of Civil Military Cooperation in Indigenous Forest Management in IndonesiaAgus Brotosusilo, Retty D. HandayaniFaculty of Law, Universitas Indonesia
167Assessment to Professional Association as the Materialization of Governance NetworkDr. Ike Iswary Lawanda Universitas Indonesia
168Strategy of tropical urban forest management with community based participation for city resilience Donna Asteria, Alin Halimatusadian, Dyah Utari, Janice Jap Communication Department, Faculty of Social and Political Science, Universitas Indonesia
169STRATEGIC CONTROL OF PROTECT FOREST CONVERSION (Study on Tumbuan Mamuju Hydropower Concession Area)Setya WidianaUniversitas Indonesia
170Shaded Grown Coffee Under Fruit Trees in Highland Forests as a Restoration of the Village EnvironmentSUDARYANTOSekolah Ilmu Lingkungan, Universitas Indonesia, Kampus Salemba, Jakarta – Indonesia
171Biodiversity on Cemetery Landscape Toward Green Open Space SustainabilityDian Priharyaningsih, Hayati Sari Hasibuan, Raldi KoestoerUniversitas Indonesia
172Riparian Trees and Birds Diversity in Cisadane River South Tangerang CityUrfi Izzati1, Hayati Sari Hasibuan2, Tito Latif Indra3 1,2 School of Environmental Science, University of Indonesia, Jakarta, 10430, Indonesia 3Faculty of Mathematic and Natural Science, University of Indonesia, Depok, 16424, IndonesiaSchool of Environmental Science, Universitas Indonesia
173Combining Life Cycle Knowledge with Business Management Sanjeevan BajajFICCI
174Environmental Awareness and Behavior of College Students in Regards to the Environment in Urban AreaZarah Beby Ningrum, Tri Edhi Budhi Soesilo, Herdis HerdiansyahSchool of Environmental Science, Universitas Indonesia
175The Sustainability of Community Participation at Upstream watershed Conservation in the Periphery of ForestsHerdis Herdiansyah, Putri A SaragiSchool of Environmental Science, Universitas Indonesia
176Urban Forest and Biodiversity Conservation: a challenge for Livable and Sustainable Cities, the Case of Indonesia’s CitiesHayati Sari HasibuanSchool of Environmental Science, Universitas Indonesia
177Life cycle analysis of green tea process: A reviewAhmad Randy, Osi Arutanti, Arief A. R. Setiawan, Anny Sulaswatty, Edi I. Wiloso.Indonesian Institute of Sciences (LIPI)
178Effectiveness of mangrove resources management as food and livelihood support in West Java, IndonesiaKirstie Imelda MajestySchool of Environmental Science, Universitas Indonesia.
179Social Responsibility of Hospitality in Achieving Social Justice in the EnvironmentDicky Sumarsono, Bani Sudardi, Warto, Wakit AbdullahSebelas Maret University
180Tracing avoided emissions: a critical procedure in a comparative LCA for a system with multiple productsYasuhiro Fukushima1) and Satoshi Ohara2)1) Tohoku University, 2) Asahi Group Holdings
181Integrated Oil Spill Response Plan for Marine Resources Protection in Cilacap RegencyChiquita Tri Rezki, Tri Edhi Budhi Soesilo, Herdis HerdiansyahMagister Program of Environmental Science Universitas Indonesia
182The Shark By-catch of Long-line Tuna Fisheries In Southern Indian Ocean of Java, IndonesiaPriyo Suharsono Sulaiman; Mufti Petala Patria, Rauf Achmad SueEnvironmental Science, Universitas Indonesia
183LIFE CYCLE INTERACTION IN GREEN OPEN SPACE TOWARD CHILD-FRIENDLY CITYElisa Yuniastuti (School of Environmental Science, Universitas Indonesia), Hayati Sari Hasibuan (School of Environmental Science, Universitas Indonesia), Raldi Hendro Koestoer (School of Environmental Science, Universitas Indonesia), Mari Mulyani (School of Geography and Environment, University of Oxford)School of Environmental Science, Universitas Indonesia
184Fish assemblage structure in relation to seagrass bed in Tidung Kecil IslandNurul Hidayati, Mufti Petala Patria, Mahawan Karuniasa, M. SuparmokoSchool of Environmental Science, Universitas Indonesia
185Norm Activation Theory in The Plastic Age: Explaining Children’s Pro-Environmental BehaviorAditya Benyamin, Ratna Djuwita, and Amarina Ashar AriyantoFaculty of Psychology, Universitas Indonesia
186Who is more related to the nature ? A study from IndonesiaDimas Teguh Prasetyo, Ratna Djuwita, Amarina Ariyanto (Faculty of Psychology, Universitas Indonesia)Faculty of Psychology, Universitas Indonesia
187Educated Mothers to the Rescue of Obesity ProblemsRian Sabrina RahmaniUniversitas Indonesia
188Osing's woman role model in Banyuwangi in preparing brilliant generation: in an economic perspectiveFarida Wahyu Ningtyias, Taufik Kurrohman, AndrianaFKM Universitas Jember
189Sensitivity Pattern of Drought Region in BojonegoroAmrih HalilDepartment of Geography University of Indonesia
190Climate Change Social Marketing and Public Campaign on Internet: Review of InteractivityVincent Didiek Wiet AryantoUniversitas Dian Nuswantoro Semarang
191Welfare of aged people in rural West Java, economy, health, social relation and vernacular careKosuke MizunoCenter for Southeast Asian Studies, Kyoto University
192Corporate social responsibility through rural libraries for educational facilitiesPutut Suharso1,2, Rahmat Setiawan Sefullah1, Asep Saeful Rohman3, Muhamad Azhar2; 1Sebelas Maret University, 2Diponegoro University 3Padjadjaran UniversitySebelas Maret University
193Integrated Licensing System as a Tools of Environmental Damage ControlMuhamad AzharDiponegoro University
194Urban Community Religious Pattern: study at Pondok Chandra Indah Housing, BoyolaliUrban Community Religious Pattern: study at Pondok Chandra Indah Housing, BoyolaliFaculty of Ushuludin and Da'wah IAIN Surakarta
195Provision of Libraries for Rural Communities in support of the Literacy MovementPutut Suharso1,2*, Sony Pawoko3, Andri Yanto4, Riah Wiratningsih5, Dicky Sumarsono2; 1Diponegoro University, 2Sebelas Maret University, 3University of Indonesia, 4Padjadjaran UniversityDiponegoro University
196The Role of Kalijodo Green Open Space to Public Health in Jakarta CityErik Sutanto, Prnawan JunadiUniversitas Indonesia
197ENVIRONMENTAL LEARNING MODEL IN VOCATIONAL EDUCATION CURRICULUM AND THE EFFECT ON THE ATTITUDE OF CHOOSING GREEN PRODUCTDwi AtmantoUniversitas Negeri Jakarta
198Communication Between Mothers And Children About Environmental Issues (A Qualitative Study About The Role of Mothers to Educate Their Children on Keeping a Clean Environment)D. Chandra KiranaCommunication Department, FISIP, Universitas Indonesia
199Environmental Health Risk Assessment of Benzo[a]pyrene Exposure in Smoked Fish Industry in SemarangNisrinah, Haryoto Kusnoputranto, Suyud Warno UtomoUniversitas Indonesia
200Assessment of the Urban Health Service Facilities Based on the National Health Insurance Systemendrawati fatimah & anindita ramadhanitrisakti university
201Financial Solutions for Biodiversity to Contribute Economic Development in IndonesiaAlin Halimatussadiah, Yuri Oktaviani, Pyan Amin, Khairunnisa Rangkuti, Anggun PuspitaUniversitas Indonesia
202Fractionation of Iron and Manganese in the Horizons of a Forest Soils, Agroforestry and MoorParjonoInstitut Pertanian Bogor
203The Role of Indonesian Government in Enhancing Cinnamomum burmannii Value Chain and Commercialisation to Improve Farmers' LivelihoodSidi Rana MenggalaGhent University, Dept. of Plant Production - Lab. for Tropical Agronomy, Belgium