Climate Change Mitigation
The climate crisis is a pressing global issue impacting nations worldwide.
The UGM Community Service Program (KKN-PPM) team in Waru has contributed to running the Climate Village Program in Api-Api Village, North Penajam Paser, East Kalimantan. The unit has manifested its support by orchestrating a tree-planting initiative, sowing the seeds of environmental consciousness under the banner “Planting Tree Seedlings to Support the Climate Village Program.” This […].
The recent accolade bestowed upon Indonesia by the International Rice Research Institute (IRRI) for its Robust and Self-Sufficient Rice Farming System for 2019-2021 is more than a commendation; it calls the nation’s farmers to rise to the occasion. Dr. Bayu Dwi Apri Nugroho, an astute agricultural observer specializing in agroclimatology and climate change, underscores the […].
The UGM Forestry Alumni (KAGAMAHUT) in Lampung planted 100 tree seedlings in Bhineka Tunggal Ika Park at the Lampung Human Resources Development Agency on Sunday, December 10.
A total of 21 experts from 11 countries discussed global agricultural land restoration amidst the threat of a world food crisis due to the impacts of climate change and land conversion. The meeting, packaged in the G20 Global Land Initiatives Stocktaking Workshop titled “Trigger Change! Innovative Agriculture Solutions for Land Restoration, a Global Course,” took […].
Indonesia’s Meteorology, Climatology, and Geophysics Agency stated that the country is experiencing an extraordinary increase in temperature this year. Prolonged drought has led to water shortages in several areas.
UGM and the Ministry of National Development Planning planted 100 yellow tabebuias (Handroanthus chrysotrichus) trees within the UGM campus environment.
The impact of climate change is threatening the sustainability of human life.
The Gamagora 7 rice variety, resulting from the UGM Agrotechnology Innovation Center’s research, is entering the market testing phase.
Forests are one of the assets that few other countries possess.
Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM) is developing a multidisciplinary and transdisciplinary research center called the Institute for Future Life (IFL) as a tangible contribution to addressing climate change. The research conducted by IFL is expected to provide essential inputs to stakeholders, including in the development of Indonesia’s new capital, Nusantara, in East Kalimantan.
To mark its 12th anniversary, the UGM Faculty of Agricultural Technology organized a national seminar titled “The Role of Agricultural Technology in Building Sustainable Agroindustry Towards Golden Indonesia” on Saturday, September 2. The event invited representatives from the Indonesian ministries and UGM’s academic community to discuss agricultural strategies facing contemporary challenges.
A total of 23 students from five countries participated in the Summer Course on Ecosystem-based Disaster Risk Reduction and Climate Change Adaptation (Eco-DRR and CCA) at the UGM Faculty of Geography from August 21-26, 2023.
Head of the Meteorology, Climatology, and Geophysics Agency (BMKG), Professor Dwikorita Karnawati, urged the younger generation, including students of the UGM Faculty of Engineering, to contribute to reducing the rate of greenhouse gas emissions as an effort to mitigate global warming and the impacts of climate change.
Land management using negative emission technologies and other mitigation and adaptation strategies holds great promise in addressing climate change and environmental sustainability.
Dr. Diah Rachmawati, the newly inaugurated professor from the UGM Faculty of Biology, has highlighted the threat of climate change to the survival of life on Earth, specifically plants.
UGM has opened the Edible Mushroom Research and Development Unit (UP2JK) at the Wood Processing Laboratory in the UGM Faculty of Forestry.
The UGM Faculty of Forestry is researching an alternative cultivation media for edible mushrooms (“baglog”), which traditionally utilizes waste from sengon wood.
The Student Executive Board of UGM (BEM-KM) organized a talk show with the theme “The Future of Renewable Energy Transition in Indonesia” at the Smart Learning Center (SGLC) of the UGM Faculty of Engineering on Wednesday (6/7). The talk show featured Dr. Ridwan Kamil, the Association of Regions Producing Oil and Renewable Energy Chair, and […].
The Forestry Student Executive Board (LEM) has presented several recommendations regarding climate change mitigation efforts to the Ministry of Environment and Forestry.