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SDG 17: PARTNERSHIP FOR THE GOALS

Sustainable development is the responsibility of every part of society, across the world. It cannot be achieved without linkages, across the goals, but also between institutions, governments, companies, NGOs, and people.

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Relationships to support the goals

Universitas Indonesia has direct involvement in national government’s SDG policy development – including identifying problems and challenges, developing policies and strategies, as well as modelling. For instance, Universitas Indonesia establish an SDGs Hub. SDGs Hub serves as a hub for all activities and programs on sustainable development goals (SDGs) in UI that covers the economic, social, and environmental fields. SDGs Hub of UI is also appointed as the main coordinator of the UN Sustainable Development Solutions Network for Indonesia chapter whose headquarters is based in Columbia University, New York. The former President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono launched SDSN Indonesia in 2013. The SDSN engages universities, research centres, and civil society organizations to undertake actions and contribute to the implementation of SDGs. Indirectly, UI collaborates with Indonesia’s top policymakers through graduate programs, aiming to educate public officials in regards to SDGs policy.

SDSN Indonesia Explores the Roles of Universities in the Development and Implementation of the SDGs in Indonesia

Press Release of SDGs Hub and DKI Provincial Government

Universitas Indonesia’s involvement with NGOs and regional and national governments in the development of SDG policies is manifested in various activities. The Expert Team from Universitas Indonesia has compiled a policy brief related to economic policies amidst the Covid-19 pandemic. For instance, the Faculty of Social and Political Science has compiled a policy brief based on a webinar called “Government Public Communication during Pandemic Covid-19” in 2020. Furthermore, the Demographic Department at the Faculty of Economics and Business UI as a leading institution in the field of population-related development also released a policy report on the disparity due to the Covid-19 pandemic, together with UNESCO studying the influence of population growth, size, and certain age composition on Indonesia’s national development. In addition to the policy brief, Universitas Indonesia conducted research in Manggarai Regency on January 20, 2020 related to the agricultural sector to increase farmer’s income as an effort to reduce poverty rate. The Academic Health System UI also held a Formulation Workshop Program for the 2020-2024 Strategic Plan on February 5, 2020, expected to improve education quality, provide maximum health services, and benefit from research outcomes in the health sector. AHS UI also held a virtual roadshow to Indonesian-university network hospitals aiming to create harmony between medical services and education with a tiered and sustainable service system.

The Faculty of Social and Political Science UI Policy Brief 2020

Policy Brief on economic affairs amidst the Covid-19 pandemic

Inequitable Impact of C0vid-19 in Indonesia: Evidence and Policy Response

UI to Conduct Research for Two Years in Manggarai Regency

Academic Health System (AHS) UI Held a Program Formulation Workshop for the 2020-2024 Strategic Plan

Roadshow on Academic Health System of Universitas Indonesia 2020

Draft policy recommendations can be given to the government as a form of active participation from the community to policymakers. Various strategic suggestions that can be applied in policy recommendations are obtained from the results of various study/research activities, observations, and literature studies. The Faculty of Administrative Sciences Universitas Indonesia often issues policy recommendations to the government in terms of state administration, commercial administration, and fiscal administration. For example, in 2020 several recommendations can be made, namely: 1) digital government transformation policy recommendations; 2) super tax reduction policy recommendation; 3) cigarette policy and cigarette excise recommendations.

Policy Brief on Evaluation of Super Tax Reduction Policy

Policy Brief on Strategic Policy Design for Digital Governance Transformation in Indonesia

Controlling Smoker Prevalence by Raising Cigarette Excise: Towards Superior Human Resources for Advanced Indonesia

The involvement of the University of Indonesia in collaborating with the government to improve efficiency and effectiveness in accelerating the handling of Corona Virus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) by coordinating the areas of guidelines/protocols and policy law.

Collaboration with the government to improve efficiency and effectiveness in accelerating the handling of Corona Virus Disease 2019

Universitas Indonesia, through the Asia Research Center (ARC UI) and in collaboration with international partners, participate in the SDGs to hold cross-sectoral public discussion between social scientists and the government (former Minister of Research and Technology/National Research and Innovation Department, Menristek/BRIN) discussing approaches to manage the Covid-19 pandemic in Southeast Asia. The virtual panel discussion entitled “Governance or Social Resilience: Learning from Southeast Asia’s experience with Covid-19” discussing cases in three countries: Indonesia, Singapore and Vietnam. The Faculty of Medicine of UI also co-hosted the Association of Academic Health Center (AAHC) regional meeting with a theme of Assessing the Adaptation and Resilience of Academic Health Centers during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Asia Research Center of UI Examines Governance of three Countries in Southeast Asia while Facing Covid-19

AAHCI Sea Regional Meeting 2020

Gojek Supports Indonesia’s Economic Resilience Amidst the COVID-19 Pandemic

The UI GreenMetric is an annual international ranking of the sustainability performance of universities. Universities are given a score reflecting their efforts in reducing the ecological footprint of the university and sustainability education and research. The ranking was launched in 2010 by the University of Indonesia to promote sustainability in higher education institutions and allow comparisons between them. Since then, the number of participants has grown and the methodology has been refined based on feedback from participating universities.

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UI GreenMetric Announces List of Sustainable Campuses in the World and Indonesia

The sixth International (Virtual) Workshop on UI GreenMetric World University Rankings

International research and collaboration have been held through various activities in Universitas Indonesia. The Special Unit for Research and Community Service, Faculty of Engineering, UI held various joint funding schemes for research and innovation, including Indonesia and Belarus. The Faculty of Economic and Business together with the Oxford Poverty and Human Development Initiative (OPHI) collaborated in a virtual event entitled Multidimensional Poverty in Indonesia during the Covid-19 Pandemic on December 9, 2020.

In 2019-2021, UI nursing researchers and the University of Illinois at Chicago College of Nursing conducts an international collaborative research about IMPART. The study proves that notification to partners who are carried out independently or together with health workers can increase the will of couples to do HIV screening test and start ART treatment after it is known that their partner (husband) who is in the Correctional Institution has been confirmed to be infected with the HIV virus.

Joint funding scheme for research and innovation between Indonesia and Belarus

Multidimensional Poverty in Indonesia During the Covid-19 Pandemic

Collaborative research between UI nursing researchers and University of Illinois at Chicago College of Nursing

UI GreenMetric Agenda in 2020

In 2020, UI GreenMetric has conducted so many innovative events during the pandemic. In the early part of the year, we still have opportunities to hold two offline national workshops which were in Paris – France hosted by Inseec U and in Jeddah – Saudi Arabia hosted by King Abdulaziz University. In addition, we conducted some regional workshops in Indonesia for universities in the west part of Indonesia which were hosted by Universitas Sumatera Utara.

Subsequently, we could not organize offline events anymore since the Covid-19 started spreading in Indonesia in early February. Therefore, UI GreenMetric World University Rankings made some innovations by organizing some Webinar Series to encourage the university to face this obstacle to keep universities’ effort for sustainability. There were 2 Webinar series which are “Sustainable University Effort During Covid-19 Pandemic” as international events and “Indonesian Sustainable University Effort During Covid-19 Pandemic”. The International webinar series contains two topics. The first one concerning Food Sufficiency and the second one was on Teaching and Learning during Covid-19. While for the Indonesian Webinar series we conducted six events. In addition to the previous event, we organized webinars based on the following topic: Sustainable University, Food Sufficiency, Waste, Teaching and Learning, Energy and Climate Change, and Well-being. In all series, the total number of invited speakers was 54 speakers, and it was attended by more than 250 participants.

Managing Sustainable Universities during Covid-19 Pandemic
Even during a pandemic situation, UI GreenMetric WUR keep the track to make university more sustainable with the existence of many events. This time all the events were held by online using any of the platform that available now days.

In 2020, UI GreenMetric successfully organized 12 National Workshops, 10 university Internal Workshops and 4 network programs. National Workshops were hosted by Inseec U., King Abdul Aziz University, University of Nottingham, UIN Walisongo, Mahidol University, Fundación Universidad del Norte Barranquilla, University of Sharjah, University of Pecs, RUDN, University of Campinas, Universidad de Sonora and University of Sousse. While the Internal Workshops were hosted by Indonesia Universities who want to learn and prepare for their submission of UI GreenMetric Questionnaire. These universities were Universitas Negeri Malang, Universitas Lampung, Universitas Pattimura, Universitas Riau, Universitas Teuku Umar, UIN Jakarta, UIN Jambi, Universitas Syiah Kuala, Universitas Sebelas Maret, and Universitas Jenderal Soedirman.

The 4th steering committee meeting on 13 October 2020 was attended by University of Sao Paulo (Brazil), National University of Colombia and El Bosque University Colombia ((Colombia), Escuela Superior Politécnica de Chimborazo (Ecuador), Inseec U (France), University of Szeged (Hungary), University of Pecs (Hungary), Diponegoro University (Indonesia), University of Zanjan (Iran), University College Cork (Ireland), University of Bologna (Italy), Kazakh National Agrarian Research University (Kazakhstan), Universiti Putra Malaysia (Malaysia), Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznan (Poland), RUDN University (Russia), University of Oviedo (Spain), National Pingtung University of Science and Technology (Taiwan), Mahidol University (Thailand), University of Sharjah (the United Arab Emirates), University of Sousse (Tunisia) and Bülent Ecevit University (Turkey). The national coordinators reported their national UI GreenMetric activities in 2019. The results of this discussion were 2021 National Workshops in some countries and the UI GreenMetric Online Course on Sustainability. As the result of the steering committee meetings both in 2019 and 2020, we actualize some Indonesian collaborative projects on Waste management Focus Group Discussion and Eco-enzyme group. We also conducted some Workshops for Sustainability Officers, Summer School, Environmental Ratings: Modern Practice, and Student Mobility plan.

Managing Sustainable Universities During Covid-19 Pandemic

UI GreenMetric articles

UI GreenMetric Online Course on Sustainability

In supporting SDG 17, Universitas Indonesia collaborates with NGOs working on SDGs. On November 13, 2019, The Sustainable Development Goals Hub of Universitas Indonesia (SDGs Hub of UI), the host of Sustainable Development Solutions Network (SDSN) Indonesia, held a half-day workshop entitled “Development and Implementation of SDGs in Indonesia: The Role of the Universitas Indonesia” to discuss the SDGs localization. The SDSN alone is an NGO that promotes an integrated approach to implement SDGs and Paris Agreement on Climate Change, through education, research, policy analysis and global collaboration.

Another form of collaboration is between the Centre for Islamic Economic and Business UI with the International Union against Tuberculosis and Lung Disease, as an NGO working in the tuberculosis field. In addition, the Center for Islamic Economics and Business UI also collaborates with the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health (JHSPH) to enhance the development and sustainability of the Indonesia Tobacco Control Research Network (ITCRN) and expand tobacco control-policy-related research in Indonesia.

SDSN Indonesia Explores the Roles of Universities in the Development and Implementation of the SDGs in Indonesia

SDSN INDONESIA

UI Centre for Islamic Economics and Business Collaboration with The International Union Against Tuberculosis and Lung Disease

UI Centre for Islamic Economics and Business collaboration with Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health (JHSPH) to improve the development and sustainability of the Indonesia Tobacco Control Research Network (ITCRN)

Publication of SDG reports

Universitas Indonesia progress reports on SDG 1 is published in the Implementation Report of the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals at Universitas Indonesia 2020. In supporting SDG 1, Pariaman City Government and Universitas Indonesia particularly the Vocational Education Program, signed the MoU for “One Family One Graduate” (Satu Keluarga Satu Sarjana) program. The program aims to prioritize less fortunate family, enabling them to improve their life and elevate them from poverty. Moreover, there are also few international  journal articles, proceeding and book chapter, released in 2020, especially from the Faculty of Economics and Business of UI.

Full version of SDG Report

Separate Report of SDG 1

Universitas Indonesia progress reports on SDG 2 is published in the Implementation Report of the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals at Universitas Indonesia 2020. During 2020, the Faculty of Economics and Business of UI has released two international book chapter.

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Separate Report of SDG 2

Universitas Indonesia progress reports on SDG 3 is published in the Implementation Report of the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals at Universitas Indonesia 2020. The Faculty of Economics and Business has released Scopus indexed journals related to SDG 3 throughout 2020. The UI Vocational Program Faculty Members in the Department of Hospital Administration, in collaboration with the South Tangerang City Health Office, held a Posyandu (Integrated Healthcare Center) workshop to produce youth cadres as peer educators and 3M influencers as an effort prevent the spread of Covid-19. The Public Relation of Vocational Program UI collaborates with Hasnur Center Foundation (YHC), organizing community service to disseminate information related to the 3M (Washing Hands, Physical Distancing, and Mask Wearing) health protocols as a preventive action against Covid-19 infection on autistic children. The collaboration of scholars across disciplines joined as Katamataku Community Service Team of Universitas Indonesia innovated a tooth brushing help-tool called “Katamataku Easy Brush” intended for Persons Affected by Leprosy (OYPMK). This innovation was made possible under the collaboration of faculty member team from UI Vocational Program, Faculty of Medicine, and Faculty of Dentistry.

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Separate Report of SDG 3

Universitas Indonesia progress reports on SDG 4 is published in the Implementation Report of the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals at Universitas Indonesia 2020. Faculty of Economics and Business also released Scopus indexed journals related to SDG 4 during 2020. In supporting SDG 4, there are Massive Online Open Courses (UI MOOCs) a program that provides access for the entire community to take courses from leading experts at Universitas Indonesia. MOOCS UI Vocational Education Program focuses on applied science; the participants of which may directly apply the material into industry.

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Separate Report of SDG 4

Universitas Indonesia progress reports on SDG 6 is published in the Implementation Report The UN’s Sustainable Development Goals at Universitas Indonesia 2020. A Scopus indexed publication related to the SDG 6 is entitled Inequality of opportunity among Indonesian schoolchildren: Education, electricity and clean water. It is written by a faculty member of the Economics Department of Universitas Indonesia. One example of SDG 6 realizations is the implementation of UI Vocational Program’s community service by forming the Pollutant Anti-Waste Group (KASEP) and initiative action of cleaning the Citarum River.

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Separate Report of SDG 6

Universitas Indonesia progress reports on SDG 8 is published in the Implementation Report of the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals at Universitas Indonesia 2020. Aside from various journals on SDG 8 under Sinta- and Scopus- index, the Faculty of Economics and Business UI released a final research report on “The impact of Village Fund on economic activities during the Covid-19 pandemic”. The research focusing on the impact evaluation, to ensure the impact of village fund policies and/or the Covid-19 pandemic towards economic activities; it investigates not only its correlation, but also its cause-and-effect relationship. Furthermore, the Faculty of Law issued a final research report on the Third Party Funding in Dispute Resolution through Arbitration and its Possible Application in Indonesia.

Full version of SDG Report

Separate Report of SDG 8

Universitas Indonesia progress reports on SDG 10 is published in the Implementation Report of the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals at Universitas Indonesia 2020. In 2020, Demographic Department of FEB UI released a policy report entitled “Inequitable Impact of Covid-19 in Indonesia: Evidence and Policy Response”. In addition, there is also a research whose main researchers are from the Economic Department of FEB UI, entitled “Impact analysis of religiosity and altruism on multidimensional inequality”. The attempt to attain SDG 10 are embodied in the social assistance provision i.e. 300 food packages for residents around Kukusan, Depok, West Java, toughly affected by the Covid-19 pandemic, held by the Vocational Program of UI. The recipients are groups directly affected i.e. locked down students staying at home in order to prevent the spread of Covid-19. Currently, social service is a prioritized activity to help residents affected by the Covid-19 pandemic.

Full version of SDG Report

Separate Report of SDG 10

Universitas Indonesia progress reports on SDG 11 is published in the Implementation Report of the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals at Universitas Indonesia 2020. There are various studies supporting the SDG 11 attainment, including from the Social and Economic Investigation Institute of FEB UI, entitled the Study of the Roadmap for the Electricity-Based Car Market in Indonesia 2035. A number of researchers from FEB UI have also succeeded in releasing various Scopus indexed journals throughout 2020.

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Separate Report of SDG 11

Universitas Indonesia progress reports on SDG 13 is published in the Implementation Report of the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals at Universitas Indonesia 2020.

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Separate Report of SDG 13

Universitas Indonesia progress reports on SDG 14 is published in the Implementation Report of the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals at Universitas Indonesia 2020. There are various Scopus indexed journals from the Management and Economic Department of FEB UI throughout 2020Universitas Indonesia also supports and organizes events to promote the conservation and sustainable use of oceans, seas, lakes, rivers, and marine resources. For instance, faculty members from UI Vocational Program and the Marine and Fisheries Service Department Sidoarjo organized a training on how to improve the quality of seaweed, as well as supporting the development of the tourism sector in Depok City, specifically in Situ Rawa Kalong, Depok, and Pancoran MasFurthermore, the Faculty of Law released a research report on Legal Protection for Indonesian Fishing Crews Being Abused at Sea

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Separate Report of SDG 14

Universitas Indonesia progress reports on SDG 15 is published in the Implementation Report of the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals at Universitas Indonesia 2020. In supporting SDG 15, a number of researchers from Economic and Management Department released Sinta- and Scopus-indexed journals during 2020.

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Separate Report of SDG 15

Universitas Indonesia progress reports on SDG 17 is published in the Implementation Report of the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals at Universitas Indonesia 2020. The Social and Economic Investigation Institute of FEB UI released another final report on the market potential and economic impact of the Indonesian trade agreement. The main researcher from Accounting Department of FEB UI also released a Scopus indexed journal entitled “Cross-border acquisition and financial leverage: the empirical evidence from acquisition in Asia”

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Separate Report of SDG 17

Education for the SDGs

Universitas Indonesia is committed to develop education to achieve SDGs, as regulated through the Rector Decree on compulsory subjects on the university level. The curriculum from each department is required to include the commitment to attain SDGs. Universitas Indonesia also provides numerous free contents accessible to the public. Universitas Indonesia has several Open Educational Resources accessible to the public. Some courses are free and some are paid courses.  

Global Development Learning Network (GDLN UI) is a learning network initiated by the World Bank in 2000 currently with more than 120 learning centers (GDLN affiliates). Its main goal is to enable GDLN affiliates to host coordination, consultation, and training events in a timely and cost-effective manner through videoconferencing, high-speed internet resources, and interactive facilitation and learning techniques. GDLN UI hosts several video conference-based learning events, such as training, seminars or joint courses. Anyone interested in the event may register and attend.

Open Course Ware UI (OCW UI) is an initiative based on the OCW MIT Consortium, consisting of free course material, shared by UI faculty members. OCW UI is accessible through ocw.ui.ac.id and already has 58 free courses Open Videos UI (OVIS UI) was first published in 2013, consisting of a recorded public lecture by several high-profile public figures. It continues to create a recorded session from classroom lectures, public lectures or video conference sessions. In 2015, OVIS UI flourished to include educational content produced by DPASDP. To date, UI already have a vast collection of 1047 educational videos, accessible through  http://ovis.ui.ac.id/

In 2020, UI initiated Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) development and implementation. Before MOOCs, in 2014 UI opened up its courses to approximately 3085 students from other universities, through the PDITT program from the ministry of education. To date, UI has developed over 152 MOOCs from each faculty. Some of them are in the development phase, and some of them have been started and enrolled by students. UI MOOCs are designed to enhance UI reputation as a thought leader, to broaden access to quality education, and to gain income. Link: https://idols.ui.ac.id/

Universitas Indonesia committed to provide educational programs related to SDGs. For instance, Universitas Indonesia implemented Sustainable Development Goals-based Curriculum according to the Independent Campus, Freedom  to Learn Policy (Kampus Merdeka, Merdeka Belajar) promoted by Indonesian Ministry of Education and Culture.

Discussions related to this theme held with SDG Hub UI and accessible in the SDSN Indonesia YouTube channel. The faculty also provide courses related to certain SDG targets, such as the Faculty of Public Health that provides more than one courses for each SDG target. Aside from courses, the Faculty also provides a forum for students to explore SDG related to the Covid-19 pandemic by inviting guest lecturers through webinars, such as conducted by the Faculty of Medicine that held several webinars with a series of guest lecturers throughout 2020.

Furthermore, UI GreenMetric World University Rankings collaborates with 7 of the world’s best campuses, namely University of Sao Paolo (Brazil), University of Indonesia (Indonesia), El Bosque University (Colombia), University of Szeged (Hungary), University of Sharjah (United Arab Emirates), Escuela Superior Politécnica de Chimborazo (Ecuador) and the University of Sousse (Tunisia), held a series of free training events for students of all background, whether they’re undergraduate, magister, or doctoral students which will be conducted online. This event itself will be held from 8 September 2021 – 14 January 2022, guided by experts in the field of SDGs from 7 countries. Here, students will be invited to discuss and be introduced to the most challenging question facing our generation: how the world can evolve in ways that are socially inclusive and environmentally sustainable. The course discusses the complex interplay between the economy, social life and our planet’s physical environment, as well as the consequences of human activities on the planet’s environment and the solutions. 

The Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences UI collaborates with SDG Academy UNDP Indonesia to formulate “Curricula and Learning Materials for SDG Academy Indonesia.” Development of curricula and learning materials for massive open online course (MOOC) and capacity building programs aiming to increase Indonesia’s state and non-state actors in localizing SDGs.

The UI GreenMetric Online Course on Sustainability – Global Practices of Sustainable Development Goals

UI GreenMetric Online Course Page

Curricula and Learning Materials for SDG Academy Indonesia 

In 2020, UI initiated Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) development and implementation. Before MOOCs, in 2014 UI opened up its courses to approximately 3085 students from other universities, through the PDITT program from the ministry of education. UI MOOCs are designed to enhance UI reputation as a thought leader, to broaden access to quality education, and to gain income. Link: https://idols.ui.ac.id/

Universitas Indonesia committed to provide educational programs related to SDGs. For instance, Universitas Indonesia implemented Sustainable Development Goals-based Curriculum according to the Independent Campus, Freedom to Learn Policy (Kampus Merdeka, Merdeka Belajar) promoted by Indonesian Ministry of Education and Culture.

Discussions related to this theme held with SDG Hub UI and accessible in the SDSN Indonesia YouTube channel. The faculty also provide courses related to certain SDG targets, such as the Faculty of Public Health that provides more than one courses for each SDG target.

Courses for each SDG target in the Faculty of Public Health

Several webinars with a series of guest lecturers throughout 2020 by the Faculty of Medicine

The UI GreenMetric Online Course on Sustainability – Global Practices of Sustainable Development Goals

UI GreenMetric Online Course Page

Furthermore, UI GreenMetric World University Rankings collaborates with 7 of the world’s best campuses, held a series of free training events for students of all background, whether they’re undergraduate, magister, or doctoral students which will be conducted online. This event itself will be held from 8 September 2021 – 14 January 2022, guided by experts in the field of SDGs from 7 countries.

The Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences UI collaborates with SDG Academy UNDP Indonesia to formulate “Curricula and Learning Materials for SDG Academy Indonesia.” Development of curricula and learning materials for massive open online course (MOOC) and capacity building programs aiming to increase Indonesia’s state and non-state actors in localizing SDGs.

The UI GreenMetric Online Course on Sustainability – Global Practices of Sustainable Development Goals

UI GreenMetric Online Course Page

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