Center for Anthropological Study (Department of Anthropology, Faculty of Social and Political Sciences) University of Indonesia in collaboration with Research Center for Climate Change -- University of Indonesia (RCCC UI) and Research and Publication FISIP UI proudly present a seminar entitled:
Climate Change: It's Danger for Our Production and Why It Escapes Our Prediction
with Prof. Cornelis J. (Kees) Stigter (Agromet Vision, The Netherlands and Indonesia) as the main speaker and moderated by Dr. Lisman Manurung (Department of Administration Science, University of Indonesia). The seminar will be started with opening speeches from Dr. Arie Setiabudi Soesilo, M.Sc. (Dean of FISIP UI) and Dr. Jatna Supriatna (Director of RCCC UI).
As a part of Biodiversity ecosystem service research, RCCC has conducted a community engagement and outreach in Desa Pemerihan. Desa Pemerihan is one the village bordering the forest edge of Bukit Barisan Selatan National Park in South Lampung. A village meeting was held on March 15, 2015 and attended by 16 representatives from local farm communities. The meeting purpose was to assess base information on building a manual for identifying biodiversity ecosystem services along with the indicator species through participatory mapping along with recognition of their plantation area, wildlife-human conflict, wildlife road-kill, and wildlife sighting also assessed during this meeting.
Climate change is a natural phenomenon which becomes more complicated in terms of prediction due to various dimensions such as ethics, politics, economics, and humanity which affecting one another. This has been acknowledged and has been an important issue by many of UI’s scientists through their research topics. Through Research Center for Climate Change (RCCC–UI), some of scientists represent multi-disciplinarians and knowledge, and thus become the great opportunity to influence the nation’s policy developments as well as supporting adaptation schemes of local people.Learn More
Research Center for Climate Change University of Indonesia (RCCC-UI) have done some project since its established in 2010. Many activities include research program, simposia, training and workshops, general lecture of climate change related issues, and exhibition events. This shows the summary for some our project that describe by slide of photos and narratives, our engagement are not only on physical aspects of climate change, but also social and economical aspect. Supporting sustainable development goals and take it as an opportunity on development issues.Learn More