Indonesia Post-Pandemic Outlook: Environment and Technology Role for Indonesia Development

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November 28, 2022

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Rahmat Trialih (ed), university college cork; Fefi Eka Wardiani (ed), Chung Yuan Christian University; Rendy Anggriawan (ed), Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee; Cendra Devayana Putra (ed), National Cheng Kung University; Ahmad Said (ed), Universiti Sains Malaysia

DOI: https://doi.org/10.55981/brin.538

Keywords:

PPI Dunia, Technology, Environment, Post-Pandemic, Environment Protection, Human Resource

Synopsis

COVID-19 has disrupted all aspects of human life. To mitigate the impact of the pandemic, several efforts have been taken, including by Indonesian scholars abroad. This book entitled Indonesia Post-Pandemic Outlook: Environment and Technology Role for Indonesia Development explores environment and technology issues and topics related to the COVID-19 pandemic and discusses post-pandemic recovery efforts in Indonesia. Comprising of 19 chapters, this book is divided into four sections. The first section, disaster and greening management development, discusses insights for a better solution in disaster prevention and development of greening management. Second, waste and pollution management development, explores options in development of waste and pollution management such as potentials uses of membrane technology, remediation of textile dyes, biochar industry, and also discussion on persistent organic pollution and microplastics. Third, food defense and security development, explores the potentials of food security and management in utilizing the potential of coastal sand marginal land resources, IoT and smart packaging, and smart food supply chain. The last part, human resource and public service development, discuses developments on management of education system, public transportation, e-government, and health information system. We hope that this book can be a valuable reference for stakeholders, policymakers, as well as society to recover from the pandemic crisis and find better solutions to benefit future generations.

Chapters

Environment and Technology as the Foundation of Indonesia’s Sustainable Development

Rahmat Trialih, Fefi Eka Wardiani, Rendy Anggriawan, Cendra Devayana Putra, Ahmad Said

DOI: https://doi.org/10.55981/brin.538.c503

Chapter 1

Defossilizing Chemical Industry as an Integrated Solution for Indonesia’s Climate and Pandemic Crisis

Radityo Pangestu

DOI: https://doi.org/10.55981/brin.538.c501

Chapter 2

Nature-Based Solution and Regenerative Circular System Design towards Agricultural Land Management Bioremediation: A Review

Ade Brian Mustafa

DOI: https://doi.org/10.55981/brin.538.c502

Chapter 3

Remediation of Heavy Metals Polluted Soils in Indonesia

Rendy Anggriawan

DOI: https://doi.org/10.55981/brin.538.c504

Chapter 4

Soil Erosion Estimation Using RUSLE Method

Asep Muhammad Hidayatulloh, Rendy Pratama Agusta

DOI: https://doi.org/10.55981/brin.538.c507

Chapter 5

The Use and Potential of Membrane Technology for Wastewater Treatment in Post-COVID-19 Pandemic

Nabilla Dewi Septiani, Dyah Wahyu Untari

DOI: https://doi.org/10.55981/brin.538.c505

Chapter 6

Persistent Organic Pollutants (POPs) in Indonesia

Aulia Nur Mustaqiman, Latonia Nur Adyanis, Fefi Eka Wardiani

DOI: https://doi.org/10.55981/brin.538.c506

Chapter 7

Impacts of Textile Dyes on Health and the Environment and Its Remediation

Zahraturrahmi

DOI: https://doi.org/10.55981/brin.538.c508

Chapter 8

The Existence of Microplastics as an Emerging Concern in Daily Routines and the Implications of Global Mitigation Efforts

Jihan Nabillah Hanun, Fahir Hassan, Fahrudin Sidik

DOI: https://doi.org/10.55981/brin.538.c509

Chapter 9

The Integrated Biochar Industry for Indonesian Rural Area Households: Study case on Forest Biomas and Carbon Sequestration

Surya Bagus Mahardika

DOI: https://doi.org/10.55981/brin.538.c514

Chapter 10

Utilizing The Potential of Coastal Sand Marginal Land Resources in The Framework to Improve Food Security Post-COVID-19 Pandemic in Indonesia

Bhaskara Anggarda Gathot Subrata, Anugrah Abdillah Junaid

DOI: https://doi.org/10.55981/brin.538.c510

Chapter 11

IoT and Smart Packaging: A Novel Approach for Managing Food Waste

Hilmy Prilliadi

DOI: https://doi.org/10.55981/brin.538.c511

Chapter 12

Smart Food Supply Chain: Recommendations after COVID-19 Pandemic in Agricultural Industry

Nanda Aulia Putri, Fachri Rizky Sitompul

DOI: https://doi.org/10.55981/brin.538.c512

Chapter 13

Establishing Knowledge Management System to Support the Education System

Rahmat Trialih

DOI: https://doi.org/10.55981/brin.538.c496

Chapter 14

Public Transportation Transformation Towards a Smart, Efficient and Inclusive System

Ulin Nuha

DOI: https://doi.org/10.55981/brin.538.c500

Chapter 15

A Decentralized File Storage for Effective E-Government

Ahmad Fajar, Rahmat Trialih, Fitria Wulandari Ramlan

DOI: https://doi.org/10.55981/brin.538.c497

Chapter 16

Brief Introduction of Hospital Information System

Cendra Devayana Putra

DOI: https://doi.org/10.55981/brin.538.c498

Chapter 17

Electronic Health Record

Ahmad Said, Cendra Devayana Putra

DOI: https://doi.org/10.55981/brin.538.c499

Chapter 18

Conclusions and General Recommendations Regarding Environment and Technology as the Foundation for National Development

Rahmat Trialih, Fefi Eka Wardiani, Rendy Anggriawan, Cendra Devayana Putra, Ahmad Said

DOI: https://doi.org/10.55981/brin.538.c513

Chapter 19

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