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Revisit the core concept and pillars of Sustainable Development and its relevancy to Indonesian context

Revisit the core concept and pillars of Sustainable Development and its relevancy to Indonesian context

Photo caption: collage of technological approach for sustainable development in Indonesia

For achieving Sustainable Development Goals (SDG), it becomes a necessity to empower local community in solving problems collectively using common local knowledge. Following the success of June 5th   webinar on climate crisis solution and 2nd WINNER conference, Nuffic Neso Indonesia in collaboration with I&P Indonesia, IKANED, IA ITB, SDGs Centre ITB will organize a series of workshop. The first workshop will be on Saturday, November 20, 2021.


“In an age where community involvement and partnerships with civil society are increasingly being recognized as indispensable, there is clearly a growing potential for cooperative development and renewal worldwide”. Kofi Annan (2002)


Technological Approach for Sustainable Development in Indonesia

To hear the feedback from the beneficiaries of some of ongoing and implemented SDGs focused projects, the workshop will bring forward several community-based innovation and technology initiatives in seven different parallel sessions

Renowned scientists and practitioners will reevaluate the role of technology and innovation in the attainment of SDG in Indonesia. They will present their experience of achieving SDG in the Netherlands and in Indonesia with a particular focus on green and circular economy, and on energy management systems and policy.

In the session on climate adaptation, the panelist will empower the workshop participants through the ClimateScan online platform to map and review the challenges and climate adaptation solutions, including exchange of knowledge from different communities around the world, especially from the Netherlands.

Another session about clean water and waste-water treatment, the panelists will present the current state in Indonesia and lay out the needs of community-based innovation and technology to enable widespread provision of clean water and waste-water treatment in remote areas, currently two successful community-based innovation and technology initiatives of Pamsimas and Sanimas, which were introduced in 2008 and 2002, respectively, will be discussed.

Let’s take part in the discussion! There are other sessions which will elaborate more on technological approach to improve living in society.