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[World Habitat Day]

Hello Fellas?!!
Don’t forget for today, to celebrate World Habitat Day ???? World Habitat Day is celebrated on the first Monday of October of every year to reflect on the state of our towns and cities, and on the basic right of all to adequate shelter. Each year, World Habitat Day takes on a new theme to bring attention to UN-Habitat’s mandate to promote sustainable development policies that ensure adequate shelter for all.

According to UN-Habitat, this year promoting the contribution of innovative frontier technologies to sustainable waste management to achieve Sustainable Development Goal 11: inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable cities. Going beyond solid waste this includes all waste produced by human activity (solid, liquid, domestic, industrial and commercial), which continues to have a devastating impact on climate change, public health and the environment ?‍??‍??‍??‍??‍♂️?‍??‍?☘? World Habitat Day was established to encourage people to work hard to improve housing situations around the world. The event helps people to see what they can do in order to make
society a stronger place that is capable of sheltering more people and giving everyone a chance to stay protected and safe from harm. ????? Thank you
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[Public Speaking Presentation]

Hello IFSA folks!
Here is an announcement about Public Speaking Presentation for candidate member of IFSA LC IPB. As we informed before, the Public Speaking Presentation will be held on :
? : Friday September 13th (19.00 – 21.00) & Saturday 14th September (09.00 – 11.00).
? : 3rd floor Tanoto Forestry building.

Please check your schedule by clicking this link below
bit.ly/ifsaoprec2019PS
For anyone who didn’t submit CV Motlet & Campus Dream Mapping yet, kindly submit it before the presentation.

Please be punctual and you have to confirm your attendance to
Phone : Jose (+6281289039486)
LINE : josefernando_o
Thank you
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Watering vegetables

IFSA Goes to Village: Get Closer to Nature

Children as the future of nation, have big role to conserve the nature. IGTV “Get Closer to Nature” was succesfully established at Kampung School last Sunday (27/11/2016). The participants are 20 children from Kampung Jawa, Situ Gede who had joined IGTVs every weekend. We learned so many things by the guidance of the best facilitators provided by Kampung School.

IGTV Get Closer to NatureThe activities started from garden. First we practiced how to make compost from leaves. After that we harvested vegetables, and then cooked it by ourselves. We served it on the table for a cooking competition. It was great for having meals that we harvested and cooked by our hands.

Harvesting vegetables

Harvesting vegetables

We got a lot of energy from our ‘meaningful lunch’. So we continued with playing traditional games. Guess what! It was ‘Egrang‘, a traditional game’s tools made by bamboo. The game was simple, we had to reach the finish line by Egrang. But it wasn’t a simple thing! We had to keep balance, even got helped by our friends to reach the finish. It was very fun. We kept playing even it was rain.

Our visit to Kampung School also be the last of IGTV in 2015/2016 period. Thank you for Kampung School and all the volunteers from IFSA LC IPB.

See you on the next IFSA activities!

The 44th International Forestry Students’ Symposium

International Forestry Students’ Symposium (IFSS) is IFSA’s largest annual general meeting, welcoming over 120 representatives from IFSA Local Committees from around the world. The 44th International Forestry Students’ Symposium takes place from 7 – 23 August 2016 in Austria including a visit to Bavarian. Organized by students from the IFSA LC BOKU from BOKU – University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna. In cooperation with IFSA LC Freising from TU München.

ifss-3The 44th IFSS attended by 120 participants from about 50 different countries. We did The general assembly of the International Forestry Students’ Association including of the international board will take place during Symposium. We learned Austria’s cultural and forestry related facets and we did excursions through Austria, with a visit to Bavarian.

ifss-2IFSA LC-IPB sent two delegates to The 44th IFSS 2016. They represented not only IPB but also Indonesia as a big aspect. Delegates presented a poster titled The Importance of Water Conservation in Indoesia Superiority of Dendrocalamus asper in Regulating Water and Soil Erosion Control.

Open Recruitment IFSA LC-IPB

(Coming Soon) Open Recruitment IFSA LC-IPB

[COMING SOON]

IFSA LC IPB challenges you to be the part of our member.

Do you want to feel an International Atmosphere of Forestry?

Stay tune on IFSA LC IPB social media, and find the date!

Are you the next outstanding student?

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Temple

Asia Pasific Regional Meeting In Kyoto University, Japan

On  May 28th  2016, I attended the APRM (Asia Pasific Regional Meeting) in University of Kyoto, Japan. APRM is one of annual program from IFSA (International Forestry Student Association) which involve forestry student in Asia-Pasific to meet and discuss about forestry issues today, and the theme of APRM in Kyoto is “Our Neighbor Forest (Relation about forest and human being)”. Activities of APRM are lecturer and seminar that will consist the government, lectures, and other respective institution Japan to share about forestry in Japan, and then workshop. In this session all of participants have to present their paper in front of other participants and also the lectures from Kyoto University. Field trip, scheduled with some venues about forestry in Japan, and then the last is cultural night for share about our culture.

On the first day, we started the day with had a breakfast in accomodation, and after that we went to Kyoto University to join the open of ceremony. The opening ceremony was held on Masakawa building in Kyoto University. In opening ceremony, the head of OC (organizing committee) Ryota Sasaki gave a speech, and also Veronica Luang as a Regional Representative for Asia Pasific gave her speech to open this event.

Maskawa Building for Education and Research

Maskawa Building for Education and Research

After that, we had a lecturer from Prof. Kanzaki from Kyoto University. Kanzaki sensei talked about forestry situation in Japan. Forest in Japan is dominated from one species of tree which is original from Japan, the name of the tree is Criptomeria japonica or Japanese people usually call it “Sugi”. The utilization of sugi are for furniture, a pillar in temple, event to make a chopstick. Sugi is a very valuable timber in Japan and the prize of sugi is so expensive. But although sugi has a very expensive prize, Japanese people always use sugi as their material furniture, they keeping the existence of Sugi.

APRM 2016

APRM 2016

The next session was, tour lab. We had a tour to Laboratorium of forestry in Kyoto University, and some professor also introduce their lab to us.

Forestry Lab

Presentation about Forestry in Japan

In the night, we held an International night and dinner. In international night each country showed their culture by wore their traditional clothes, dance, sing, and also brought their local food. After the performances from each country, we made a food fair so we can share our food or gave them some souvenir from each country. the delegates from are combining the dancing and the song from Indonesia, we sang Sik sik sibatumanikam, Ampar ampar Pisang, Jangi Janger, Manuk dadali, Yamko rambe yamko and Kampuang nan jauh di mato.

Our Delegates

Our Delegates

In the second day, we had a tour to Ashiu forest research station, we took around one hour from accommodation to ashiu by Bus. When we arrived at Ashiu, we had a lectures first from Prof. Nakagawa and her assistant.

Japan Forest

Japan Forest

They explained about the Ashiu forest, and still about the endemic species of Japan Criptomeria japonica or we call sugi. In ashiu forest we ca found so many variety of Criptomeria japonica or Japanese cedar. Ashiu is also the inhabitants of animal. We can easly found the Japanese hawk-eagle, Japanese Goshwak, and event the salamander one of reptile species that we can not found in Indonesia. In ashiu forest we also can found the river. For information river in Japan is very clean. Not only river in forest, but also the river in the middle of the city, until we can found the firefly in the night easly (firefly can be use as indicator of water, if there are a lot of firefly that means very clean water).

Presentation

Presentation

On the third day, we visited the Kamigamo experimental forest. In Kamigamo, we had a lecturer about pine in Japan. In Kamigamo, we can found so many  strobilus of pines from around the world.

Pine Fruits

Pine Fruits

After that, we can looked outside and we can found an unique things. We can saw the root of pines is not inside the ground, but they grew on the groud. The reason why is because Kamigamo is really high of moisture because kamigami have a lot of the river and near from there. That’s why the root is appear on the ground to get the oxygen.

After we visited kamigamo, we went to Kitayama-sugi. Kitayama is a center utilizes a lavish amount of Kitayama Maruta and other woods of Kyoto origin for construction and interior materials. In Kitayama, we learnt about how to clean sugi from its skin after it cuts. They still use a traditional way to clean the skin of sugi, they think that is the best way to keep the quality of sugi. We also can see so many variant of sugi utilization.

The Deer

The Deer

On the 4th day, we started the day with having a breakfast and then went to Nara. Nara is located south Kyoto. It is well known that in 710 Japan’s first permanent capital “Heijyo-Kyo” was established in Nara. Nara park is a large park when we can encounter lots of deer.

After that we went to the temple inside Nara, inside the temple we can found the statue of Budha in a very large size. Some budhist do a pray inside the tmple.

Temple

Temple

We continued with went up to Wakakusa mountain that located behind the tample.

Finally on the last day, after had a breakfast we went to Syunko-in Temple. On Syunko-in Temple, we did a meditation with the trainer. After we did a meditation they served a traditional rice cake and matcha both original cuisine from Japan.

After we finished the meditation and enjoy the temple, we moved to Kyoto University with presentation agenda. Each LC had 10 minute to present their paper, and then 5 minute to discussion. IFSA LC-IPB got the first turn to present the paper.

After presentation session, we moved to IFSA official session. In this session, we discuss and present our opinion and everything about APRM 2016.

APRM Certificate for Rosdiana Safitri

APRM Certificate for Rosdiana Safitri

Finally we did our farewell dinner. The farewell diner was held on Cafetaria of  Kyoto University. The farewell dinner, Ryota Sasaki as a president of IFSA-LC Kyoto University gave his speech, and continued with we ate our dinner together and ryota gave us the certificate.

APFW 2016

Asia-Pacific Forestry Week 2016

Clark Freeport Zone, Pampanga, Philippines 22-26 February 2016

“Growing Our Future!”

APFW 2016, co-hosted by the Department of Environment and Natural Resources of the Philippines and the Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations, Follows the success of two previous Forestry Weeks held in Hanoi, Vietnam in April 2008 and in Beijing, China in November 2015. It is the largest Forestry week thus far, with more than 70 different events that we hope you will find useful for your professional and social development.

Moreover, partner organizations, the International Tropical Timber Organization (ITTO), World Resources Institutes (WRI), Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR), Pacific Community (SPC), RECOFTC-The Center for People and Forest, ASEAN Social Forestry Network (ASFN), ASEAN-ROK Forest Cooperation (AFoCo) and Asia-Pacific Network for Sustainable Forest Management Rehabilitation (APFNet), will serve as stream leaders for the five thematic streams!

26th Session Asia-Pacific Forestry Commission

Forest Product

Forest Product

The 26th session of APFC is set to gather member-country delegates and observers from international organizations to discuss key forestry issues in the Asia-Pacific region. In addition, the forum will serve as a venue to consider policy issues, review progress of ongoing initiatives and formulate new agendas for the future of the forestry sector at the regional levels.

Youthdev

Press Release : Youthdev Summit 2016

YOUTHDEV SUMMIT 2016: Bringing Youth Closer to SDGs, is an event which presented by local Non-Government Organization (NGO) named Youth Corps Indonesia. This event is going to encourage young knowledge about Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) . YouthDev Summit 2016 is youth conference which dedicated to all youth who can get involved in dialogue and contribute to development in Indonesia.

Sustainable Development has been defined as development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs. Actually the SDGs build on the success of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). For further information about SDGs you can click the here (http://www.un.org/sustainabledevelopment/).

This event was held on February 20th 2016 at Auditorium BPPT (Badan Pengkajian dan Penerapan Teknologi) in Jakarta, Indonesia. There are two main programs in YouthDev Summit 2016, Discussion Panel and Youth Conference. NGO Discussion Panel aim to all youth NGO can meet directly and synergy with two other elements: Government and Private Sector. This discussion panel be divided to four thematic forum which are Health, Environment, Art Culture and Education. Youth Conference is for all youth who want to know more about SDGs from many trusted sources.

In the NGO Discussion Panel on Environment attended by representative from ministry of environment and forestry which presented by Mrs. Ana and Nutrifood, one of the famous Private Sector in Indonesia which presented by Mr. Jesaya and. Discussion moderated by Mr. Fajri from the NGO Sobat Bumi Indonesia. First presentation is presented by Mrs. Ana, she explain what is Sustainable Development Goals in government view. And second presentation is presented by Mr. Jesaya, he explain how is the role of private sector in development in Indonesia. After those presentation, moderator ask the audiance to give some questions to all speakers. We talk a lot about how Environment can make a huge impact to the implementation of SDGs and how can these three elements can contribute and involve to development in Indonesia. There are so many opinion that came from NGO to government side and private sector side. The last session in this discussion panel is we seperated into two groups, which one group leaded by Mrs. Ana and one other leaded by Mr. Jesaya, the topic devided into three topics, which are funding, colaboration and community participation.

After the discussion panel we are going to the second program which is Youth Conference. This conference attended by so many influencers who involve in SDGs in Indonesia.

Regards,

Public Relation Comission of IFSA LC-IPB

  • Youth Conference venue
    Youth Conference venue
  • YouthDev Summit 2016 goodie bag
    YouthDev Summit 2016 goodie bag
  • Discussion Panel venue
    Discussion Panel venue
  • Youthdev
    Youthdev

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