Sustainability


Preface

In today’s world, the development of higher education institution (HEI) is facing more complex problems associated with uncertainties that require new solutions. Based on CCAP (2017), there are practically seven biggest problems the nation faces with respect to its universities’ development, including the huge increase in the cost of universities. On the other hand, universities are expected to contribute more actively in addressing nation’s problems that require a new approach due to the complexity of the aforementioned problems. Sustaining our national development requires knowledge that is adaptive to the issues, particularly for IPB Tridharma activities, such as sustainability issues on agriculture, renewable energy and other land and marine based sector development. Gaps in the implementation are identified due to non-comprehensive approaches leading to the failure of the target achievement. In order to tackle those obstacles and enhance Tridharma quality and its impacts,

Vision

To become a research-based university and leading in innovation for national independence towards a techno-social entrepreneurial university that excels at the global level in agriculture, marine, tropical biosciences.A single manufacturer claims that its replicas contain identical elements because the genuine replicawatches. The identical characteristics would be the diamonds, waterproof, movement, time accuracy, stainless steel, bezels, crystal, dimensions, logo & markings, serial numbers, dial, luminous markers, life expectancy, and warranty.

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Sustainability Reports


Sustainability Report IPB

Report by Faculties and Research Center

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Green Campus Operations

We are committed to strive for sustainability through inspiring innovations with integrity

46

Total area in campus covered with forests (%)

74

Total area in campus covered with forests (%)

83

Total area in campus intended for water absorption beside forests and planted vegetations (%)

26.50

Total area in campus intended for water absorption beside forests and planted vegetations (%)

4

Number of renewable energy sources in campus

80.45

The total carbon footprints divided by total campus population (metric ton per person)

35

Number of electric cars

690

Number of bicycles in campus

725

Average number of zero emission vehicles

2

The ratio of Zero Emission Vehicles (ZEV) divided by total campus population (%)

7427

Total parking area (m2)

5

Transportation initiatives to decrease private vehicles in campus

11

Solar power provides capacity in KVA

11

Green buses: 6 Biofuel- and 5 Gas-Based

Green Campus Operations

We are committed to strive for sustainability through inspiring innovations with integrity

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