Moving Forward through Climate Smart Leaders

Posted December 16, 2013 no picture Achmad

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The Issue: Repeated warnings of climate change impacts have obtruded scientists, civil society and indigenous peoples to look for initiatives and solutions. A thousand pace should be taken before a negative impact in the world, more notably global warming due. Before a solution has been met, we have already suffered the impacts. For instance, floods, droughts, epidemics, diseases, and uncertain climate conditions are negative impacts due to climate change. So, it is very important to...


A new method on education?

Posted December 15, 2013 no picture Achmad

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Have you ever heard of Agro Pastoral Forestry? It is a new method on educating students in field which is by Agro Pastoral Forestry Field School. This education focuses on collaborating the realms of agriculture and pasture. It has been implemented in some regions in Africa, such as Uganda. However, Indonesia has started this education over thousand years ago. This educational method was introduced by a local community, but was newly recognized by researchers. It aims to educate the local commun...


An Inspiring Emancipator: Raden Adjeng Kartini

Posted December 5, 2013 no picture Achmad

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I am highly wonder – stricken by three feminists from my city of Jepara. They struggled for women's rights in Indonesia. Raden Ajeng (R.A) Kartini, Nyimas Ratu Kalinyamat, and Ratu Shima are all women emancipators. R.A Kartini was Indonesia’s feminist educator, Ratu Kalinyamat and Ratu Shima were outstanding Jepara Queens assisting Indonesia of the occupancies of the Portuguese and directed the Holing/Kalingga Palace. From the above, Indonesia government has defined Raden Ajeng Kartini as a...


Married Girls VS Uneducated Girls

Posted December 1, 2013 no picture Achmad

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Some women are marginalized for receiving proper education, notably married girls. This is not common for men. It means that evidence about gender disparity in education is out. Apparently, most schools ranging from the elementary age to high school/secondary seniors authorize tight regulation for students. Some schools prohibit students to marry early. Thus, students don’t have the strength or the courage to neglect the regulations. The students may drop out of school. From...


Education in Tribal Communities?

Posted November 26, 2013 no picture Achmad

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Indonesia is one of the most populated countries besides that of China, the USA, and India. A big problem challenging the government of Indonesia, notably the Ministry of Education and Culture, is the equality of education. We also must look at the quality and access. Most of the above problems continue to persist in many tribal communities. The challenge occurs because of some geographical and cultural factors. Geographically, thousands of islands consist of remote areas house...


What are Some Eco-innovations?

Posted November 18, 2013 no picture Achmad

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It was an adventure when my friend and I were appointed by my teacher to actively steer a committee to food waste training held by local government. It was so difficult when we wanted to help the program by campaigning green solutions of reducing wasted food notably by GHG emissions. My friend and I attempted to do it with high and active passion, although did not really understand which steps should be taken to reduce GHG emissions. However, we thought that it was not the grea...


Act Upon The Environment Locally

Posted November 18, 2013 no picture Achmad

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We are really regretful throwing half of the food away to the dump side. It happens because none of us have a think about how much food we spend and dump daily. We realize that we waste them in the form of too much food prepared; too much food not used; food past its sell and use-by date; food wasted. It will become custom for us when we ignore the negative impacts of wasted food and rotting food. So the impacts should be considered deliberately especially to the economy and the en...


Early Marriage: A Negative Stereotype

Posted November 17, 2013 no picture Achmad

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One of the biggest problems faced by some women is early marriage. The consideration sometimes tends to correspond to their parents. Their parents want to command their daughters to attain the highest carrier and well rounded education before getting married. However, early aged-women feel a dilemma as they want to decide what the best way is whether to marry or choose other options. Perhaps, some negative stereotypes occur when young women who are aged less than 21 years old m...


Perpetual Aggression of Israeli to Palestinian Children

Posted November 17, 2013 no picture Achmad

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As we know, the perpetual aggression attacks Palestine because of the notorious willing of Israel to occupy Palestine land. As the result, the conflict between both Palestinian and Israeli people has not found a resolution although the United Nations have mediated it. As a result, long aggression appears as violence not only for other Middle Eastern countries, but also for children and youth around the conflict area. A study shows Palestinian and Israeli children act more violent...


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