UNNES’s determination to become a campus that implements aspects of sustainability on campus and off campus is relevant to UNNES’s vision as a university with a conservation perspective and international reputation.
Mid-2022 the Covid 19 outbreak began to show a decrease in sufferers and victims. With Allah’s permission and power as well as human ability, the Covid 19 pandemic began to subside. Humans are equipped with knowledge and reason as the caliph of Allah on earth. Allah SWT created humans as the best creation to subdue nature and its contents so that they can maintain, manage, and preserve the continuity of the universe. UNNES civitas performs through the tri dharma of higher education towards and becomes a true caliph.
Mobility restrictions began to be relaxed and lectures began to be held offline. This opportunity was used by UNNES to optimize campus performance to anticipate especially the impact of increasing the number of students entering campus. Waste and emission problems are predicted to increase if not properly anticipated. The leadership through the UPT Conservation Development proposal made a circular
to bring a tumbler on every offline activity. Meetings, seminars, workshops and lectures as well as similar activities that are carried out offline bring tumblers to be an indicator of the form of conservation implementation in each unit.
The two front yard locations of LP2M and LP3 have been exempted from parking since the beginning of August 2022. The other parking locations are trying to be as much as possible on the edges of the campus area so that vehicles do not need to enter the campus. As a form of support for the Chancellor’s regulations regarding “green transportation”, five UNNES shuttle cars are operated to serve campus residents every working day from 06.00-17.00.
UGSR 2022 is a program to increase environmental literacy in high schools in Indonesia. It is hoped that this activity will run smoothly and can motivate all secondary schools to contribute. The Covid-19 pandemic, God willing, will pass and UNNES with careful planning can realize sustainable campus priority programs. Eco pedestrian, construction and expansion of ponds, improvement of sidewalks to increase the comfort of pedestrians, as well as construction of bridges connecting the West and East campuses so that optimal utilization of the GSG parking building is being built so that it can be realized by the end of 2022.
Prof. Retno Sriningsih Satmoko Building, Community Service Research Institute (LPPM), 1st Floor, Conservation Office, UNNES Sekaran Campus, Gunungpati Semarang 50229, Central Java, Indonesia
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