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Journal Of Sustainability Perspectives
Published by Universitas Diponegoro
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Our aim is to encourage experts and scientists to publish their experimental and theoretical research and review with sustainability perspective relating to natural sciences, medical and public health, engineering and technology, social sciences and humanities, economy and business in as much detail as possible in order to promote scientific predictions and impact assessments of global change and development. Full experimental and methodical details must be provided so that the results can be reproduced
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Articles 130 Documents
Annual Assessment of Al-Furat Al-Awsat Technical University ATU Sustainability Development Goals for GreenMetric World University Rankings Mudhaffar S. Al-Zuhair; Essam O. Al-Zaini; Ahmed Ghanim Wadday
Journal of Sustainability Perspectives Vol 1, No 1: June 2021
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Al-Furat Al-Awsat Technical university ATU, is one of the newly established academic institutions in Republic of Iraq. Since its emergence in 2014, presently the university is keen to secure its position among other internationally to be a well recognized academic institutions, thereby addressing all sustainable goals and related challenges in its futuristic development schemes. These include developing all existing educational programs and schemes, developing in campus faculty infrastructures, implementing alternative energy resources, developing waste managements, enhancing potable water conservation existing projects and evolving existing transportation structures. This current manuscript highlights in depth all the above indicated developments schemes thereby examining their implementation stages and addressing all associated challenges that face the university. It also looks at its potentials and capabilities to overcome such issues.
Harnessing Renewable Energy at Kalasalingam Academy of Research and Education – A Role Model Case Neelakandan T.R.; Pandiyarajan V; Shasi Anand Sridharan; Nagaraj Ramrao
Journal of Sustainability Perspectives Vol 1, No 1: June 2021
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Global energy demand and environmental concerns are the driving force for the use of alternative sustainable and ecofriendly renewable energy sources. Solar energy is the inexhaustible and CO2 emission free energy source worldwide. It produces significant environmental benefits in comparison to the conventional energy sources, thus contributing to the sustainable development of human activities. It produces clean and renewable power from the sun and benefits the environment without causing air and water pollution. Alternatives to fossil fuels reduce carbon foot print across the globe reducing emission of greenhouse gases and become ecofriendly. Solar power has attracted the largest share of new investments in solar energy across the world. This research article shows light on the solar energy sources developed by Kalasalingam Academy of Research and Education (KARE) for the effective utilization of solar energy in the campus and its impact on the reduction in carbon foot print and also the impact of green vegetation as a source of carbon sink for an ecofriendly campus.
Building Energy System Design and Planning: The Universidad de Santander Case I.D. Serna Suárez; A. Martínez Gonzalez; S. Urbano Contreras
Journal of Sustainability Perspectives Vol 1, No 1: June 2021
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Renewable generation is gaining more thrust as the time passes, however, the growth rate of such production has been faster than the rate of the electrical grid modernization. This growth comes with great opportunities and challenges for building energy system (BES) design and planning. In this respect, this paper presents the experience and lessons learned from the design and planning of the BES of the “Universidad de Santander” (UDES) central campus. This BES renewable generation is composed of a rooftop PV system distributed across the campus buildings. The system started with 30 kWp of installed capacity (100 kWh/day on average) and now is ready to deliver near 300 kWh/day thanks to 70 kWp of extra capacity installed. In general, the implementation has been a success that now is being replied in other UDES’ campuses, and the decision taking involved highlighted the importance of a proper energy efficiency policy and electrical regulation analysis.
Innovative Water Management at the Environmental Campus Birkenfeld Klaus Helling; Dorit Schumann Bölsche
Journal of Sustainability Perspectives Vol 1, No 1: June 2021
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Sustainable water management has a high relevance for universities and this paper describes the innovative water management system at the Environmental Campus Birkenfeld (ECB), which belongs to Trier University of Applied Sciences. The ECB is called the "greenest university" in Germany. Not without reason, because in the GreenMetric Ranking 2018 and 2019 the ECB took sixth place worldwide and was No. 1 in Germany. Ever since the foundation of the ECB, sustainable development and circular economy have been the main focus of all activities of the university. In the sustainability strategy, a holistic approach following the German Sustainability Code is pursued, which includes teaching, research, knowledge transfer and university operation. In 2019 the Environmental Campus achieved in the GreenMetric category water, the full score of 1000 points. As part of an integrated zero emissions concept ECB ́s water management system is based on a meticulously planned water conservation program which includes technological- and management-based solutions to achieve sustainable water resource use at ECB. Within the ECB ́s wastewater reduction and resource recovery initiative a research project on “Zero Emission Water Management and Nutrient Mining” is converting an existing dormitory in such a way that the separate collection and discharge of the partial streams grey and black water is possible.
Innovative Transport Pressure Management Models for Efficient Transportation Management in the RUDN-University Margarita Redina; Elena Savenkova; Aleksandr Khaustov; Polina Silaeva
Journal of Sustainability Perspectives Vol 1, No 1: June 2021
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The main transport flows on the RUDN territory are caused by the city public and private transport. The general transportation scheme around and through the campus develops some decades. Today this is a huge traffic system with high technogenic pressure on the surrounding ecosystems. The efforts of the university only on the organization of bike transport and shuttle buses cannot protect in this situation our territory. Thus, the university in collaboration with the Moscow government try to solve the transportation problem: a new underground station named RUDN will be built – this must help to optimize transport flows. Transportation management in the university campus (especially situated in the city) needs to apply reliable models for the optimization of transport pressure. That is why, for the RUDNUniversity campus in the South-West of Moscow, we try to develop the most sensitive indicators and to control a set of technogenic factors affecting environmental quality. The unique environmental monitoring system of the RUDN campus able to evaluate the environmental state of the territory and to contribute to maintaining the environmental quality is now under development. The primary results were presented in September 2019 during the first UI Green Metric World Sustainable Campuses Tour in RUDN.
Improving Research Capacity at Universitas Diponegoro, Indonesia Yos Johan Utama; Ambariyanto Ambariyanto
Journal of Sustainability Perspectives Vol 1, No 1: June 2021
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As a higher education institution with a vision to become a research university, programs and activities related to research are Universitas Diponegoro main concern. Research is one of the three main pillars of higher education in Indonesia, apart from education and community service. Besides that, as a state university, its development is also influenced by central government policies. Currently, Undip is a state university with legal status and has wide autonomy. This paper explains research programs, activities and challenges that still need to be addressed in the future. To increase research capacity at Diponegoro University, there are five main programs, namely: 1. Increasing the capacity of human resources; 2. Improvement of facilities and supporting facilities; 3. Increasing the availability of research funds, 4. Collaboration and 5. Creating a conducive environment to research development at universities. Based on the application of the five programs, there has been a substantial increase in a research capacity, especially when viewed from indicators of international scientific publications, and an increase in the number of patents obtained. But there are still many challenges that need to be overcome, including the increase in the citation of published papers and the utilization of patent by industries.
Multi-Disciplinary Experience - A Key Learning Experience in Effective Education for Sustainable Development Mahendra Gooroochurn; Bhoomitra Toolsy
Journal of Sustainability Perspectives Vol 1, No 1: June 2021
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The key role of education for achieving sustainable development has been well recognized around the world and used as a powerful lever for transforming economies based on sound principles. Indeed universities are prime institutions which have the essential role to impart requisite knowledge and skills to learners so that they can stand to the challenges in their respective professions, which means universities have had to bring radical changes to their curricula over the past decade to integrate sustainability principles as well as come up with new programmes centered on sustainability. However, the multi-disciplinary nature of sustainability projects as they occur in real-life has meant that the education curricula cannot be developed in isolation for a given programme of studies, but need to have linkages and crossover with other disciplines to provide a platform for learners to nurture this all-important skill. The University of Mauritius has aligned this key ingredient of education for sustainable development (ESD) with the accreditation framework for engineers provided by the Washington Accord through its graduate attributes, specifically Graduate Attribute 8 which includes multidisciplinary work within the range statement. This paper describes the methods adopted to implement this cross-linking between programmes from different disciplines effectively.
Prospect of Sustainability Course for Student’s Engagement in ESD Ferdous Ahmed; Muhammad Rehan Dastagir; Mohammed Ataur Rahman; Selina Nargis
Journal of Sustainability Perspectives Vol 1, No 1: June 2021
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Educating and preparing young graduates with an actionoriented education program is the prime requirement for any country. Therefore, the Sustainability course is designed to develop resource persons to fulfill the immediate country’s demand for adequate ESD (Education for Sustainable Development) skilled graduates. Currently Bangladesh is thriving for Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by implementing the sustainability practices into the educational institutions. However, IUBAT is the pioneer for setting the sustainability course in undergraduate studies for any disciplines. Since today more than 10,000 undergrad students of the different disciplines have been taught the sustainability course where they engaged and practiced for any environmental degradation and resource conservation. Moreover, these students also spreading their sustainability knowledge and practices going to secondary and higher secondary school and colleges as a part of course assignments. Meanwhile IUBAT is a Green Campus, therefore students can practice for ESD with the appropriate green facilities. The aim of this paper is to disseminate the knowledge sharing that IUBAT leads introducing sustainability education at undergraduate level. This also highlights how IUBAT students are dedicated to participate and practicing for sustainable education for their lifelong learning which ultimately supports a nation’s dream of achieving SDGs by 2030.
BIM-Based Energy Optimization – Case study of High-Rise Building in Pakistan Irbaz Hasan; Syed Shujaa Safdar Gardez; Usman Hussain
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The current work analyses the energy performance of a building at the early design and planning stage for sustainability. A multistory facility has been simulated in a virtual (3D) environment using the Building Information Modelling process. Energy analysis was performed using Autodesk Insight360 in terms of kWh/m2 /yr. Sixteen (16) story building, has been assessed at its proposed location, at 8° clockwise w.r.t true North. The study observed an annual consumption of 267 kWh/m2 /yr which was further optimized by adopting different construction innovations. It has been highlighted that using virtual technology at the design stage of buildings can help to achieve an average annual energy saving of more than 50% thus supporting the goal for a sustainable future by accessing energy requirements at the early stage of design inception.
SMART BRT ITERA Management: A Pilot Project of Indonesia's Inclusive Bus Campus System Zenia F Saraswati; Goldie Melinda Wijayanti; Denny Juanda
Journal of Sustainability Perspectives Vol 1, No 1: June 2021
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Sustainable transportation service is not only about reducing exhaust emissions but about its impact on society.This work seeks to analyze the potential of ITERA Smart Bus Rapid Transit (Smart BRT ITERA) as a regional campus buses in creating the accessibility needed by the wider community, affordable in terms of tariffs, efficient and supporting economic development and reducing emissions and waste generated in the Institut Teknologi Sumatera (ITERA) in Lampung, Indonesia. As a commitment to sustainability by planning Smart BRT ITERA form of collaboration with the Ministry of Transportation of the Republic of Indonesia. ITERA, in this case, acts as the operator of 10 buses grants by the Ministry to serve this activity. It is hoped that this project can become a best practice for other universities in Indonesia

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