Green Economics:the Greening of Indonesia (häftad)
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Häftad (Paperback / softback)
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Engelska
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200
Utgivningsdatum
2013-08-01
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The Green Economics Institute
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20
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9781907543821
Green Economics:the Greening of Indonesia (häftad)

Green Economics:the Greening of Indonesia

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Unique book charting the change to Green Economics and Green Economy in Indonesia and the opportunities it presents. Supported by the Bank of Indonesia and the Indonesian Scholars Association
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Foreword by the Ambassador of the Republic of Indonesia H.E. Teuku Mohammad Hamzah Thayeb Green economy has become an integral part of Indonesia's development strategy. The four-track development strategy of pro-poor, pro-jobs, pro-growth and pro-environment adopted by the Indonesian Government aims at promoting an optimal balance between economic growth, social equality and environmental sustainability, taking into account the interests of both present and future generations. Against this background, the basic principles of green economy become clear: it is an integral and indivisible part of a multidisciplinary approach and it embraces various stakeholders, including the world's future leaders - our younger generation. The youth represent a significant number of the world's population and is key in the pursuit of green economy. They have the ability to change and influence policy-making process in pursuing the future development of a green economy. I should therefore like to commend this publication as it covers a wide range of issues and abundant creative and innovative ideas. It provides themes on energy, technology and environment, education, social and culture as well as issues on economy and politics. It also presents the challenges and offers the opportunities in pursuing green economy through different approaches and disciplines. Decisions made today affect the world's future. This publication shares the concerns of the younger generation about creating a better future and how green economy contributes in the process. I believe that this publication is indeed a constructive contribution by the Indonesian youth in developing a holistic approach towards a more sustainable and greener Indonesia in the future. The book represents the best of Indonesians at home and abroad and I believe it will prove to be highly beneficial. I hope that you will enjoy reading this book and I truly believe that Indonesia's future is in good hands. Professor Dr T A Fauzi Soelaiman MSME Education Attache of the Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia in London

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Contributors Dr. Ciptati: Institut Teknologi Bandung, Indonesia Min-Yuan Cheng: National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Taiwan Tri Ferdiani: Bogor Agricultural University, Indonesia Lars Hein: Wageningen University, the Netherlands Hector Iacovides: University of Manchester, UK Ni Luh Astri Indraswari: Udayana University, Indonesia Dr. Dessy Irawati: Newcastle University, UK, Sondervick College, the Netherlands Refi Kunaefi: Environmental and Energy Engineering Ecole des Mines de Nantes, France Miriam Kennet The Green Ecomomics Institute, UK Yuli Kurniawati: Bogor Agricultural University, Indonesia Maria Alejandra Caporale Madi: Universidade Estadual de Campinas, Brazil Steven Marcellino: Leeds University, UK Nida Mariam: Institut Teknologi Bandung, Indonesia I.G.A.Ari Kresna Narayana: Udayana University, Indonesia Doddy Prayogo: National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Taiwan Dayu Wiyati Purnaningtyas: Institut Teknologi Bandung, Indonesia Dr. Stephan Onggo: Lancaster University, UK Tutik Rachmawati: University of Birmingham, UK. Silviana: Diponegoro University, Indonesia Prof. Dr.T. A. Fauzi Soelaiman, MSME: Indonesian Embassy of the UK and Republic of Ireland Elham Sumarga : Institut teknologi Bandung, Indonesia Illias Tsagas: University of Strathclyde, UK Raditya Yudha Wiranegara: University of Manchester, UK

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Contributors i) Foreword by Prof. Dr.T. A. Fauzi Soelaiman, MSME Chapter 1: Introduction to the Green Economy of Indonesia By Dr. Dessy Irawati and Dr. Stephan Onggo Chapter 2: Indonesian Scholars International Convention 2012 By Steven Marcellino Chapter 3: Financial Liberalization and Economic Policy Options: The Experience of Indonesia By Maria Alejandra Caporale Madi Chapter 4: Killing Two Birds with One Stone: Public Entrepreneurs Integral Approach On Land Management towards Green Economics By Tutik Rachmawati Chapter 5: Value Added Tax Study Of Farmers In Indonesia As A Reference To The Establishment Of Government Policy Vision Green Economy By I.G.A.Ari Kresna Narayana Chapter 6: Indonesia's Energy Sector: The Need to 'Green' the Energy Mix and Attract Investment in Renewable Energies - A New World Energy Order By Illias Tsagas Chapter 7: Optimizing Biodiesel Production from Rice Bran Using Artificial Intelligence Approaches By Doddy Prayogo and Min-Yuan Cheng Chapter 8: The Impact of Agricultural Output Increase to the Social Economic Condition of Civil-Society in Bali Province: Social Accounting Matrix Approach By I.G.A.Ari Kresna Narayana and Ni Luh Astri Indraswari Chapter 9: Utilization of Banana Peel for Used Cooking Oil Purification Dr. Ciptati and Nida Mariam Chapter 10: Supercritical Co2 Extraction Treatment Affects on Petung Bamboo (Dendrocalamus Asper ) Permeability Prior To Bamboo Impregnation By Silviana Chapter 11: Spatial Modeling of Ecosystem Multi-functionality: An Approach for Analyzing Deforestation Impacts By Elham Sumarga and Lars Hein Chapter 12: The Making of Gel Bioethanol from Pineapple Waste with Carbopol as a Gelling Agent for a Solution to the Problem of the Household Energy Crisis By Tri Ferdiani and Yuli Kurniawati Chapter 13: Sustainable Urban Transportation: A Model Framework Refi Kunaefi Chapter 14: Numerical Flow Simulation of the Urban Canyon By Raditya Yudha Wiranegara and Hector Iacovides Conclusion: By Dr. Dessy Irawati and Dr. Stephan Onggo