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Sebelas Maret University

Secretariat office:
Graduate building, 1st floor. Environmental Science Department.
Sebelas Maret University.
Ir. Sutami street, No. 36A Kentingan, Surakarta

 : icsae@uns.ac.id
http://icsae.uns.ac.id

Prof. Dr. Ir. Ahmad Yunus, MS (081 548 673 060)
Dr. Prabang Setyono, S.Si., M.Si (081 328 423 455)

47 comments

  • Pattarakhun on April 29, 2013 at 10:21 am said:

    Dear admin,
    I would like to know about the proceeding of this conference. Is the paper published in a full paper or only abstract in the proceeding?

    Best Regard

  • Ahmad Yahya on April 23, 2013 at 12:11 pm said:

    Will the conference run for the full 3 days? I noticed in the fees section, there’s an option for a field trip. When will this trip take place and where? Thank you.

    • admin on June 5, 2013 at 4:45 pm said:

      The conference will run for full 3 days. The trip will take place to sangiran and batik laweyan (still can be add due to condition)

  • Irawan on April 17, 2013 at 11:54 am said:

    Dear Admin,
    In case some one submits two paper for presentation, should she/he pay for double rate i.e. (Indonesian) IDR 1,000,000? Thanks

    Irawan

  • Dr BHANOODUTH LALLJEE on April 15, 2013 at 11:39 am said:

    I wish to present a lead paper on sustainaable agriculture.The tentative title of the paper is Effects of different mulch on soil moisture, soil temperature and crop yield.
    I will be able to get sponsorship and attend the confeence if my paper is a lead paper or keynote paper. Do you have such a provision. I will then send you my full paper.
    Thank you

    • admin on April 23, 2013 at 9:31 pm said:

      Thank you for your question Dr BHANOODUTH LALLJEE. We’re so sorry for this time we don’t accept the opportunity to be a keynote speaker, but you can submit your paper and presenting it on a parallel discussion. We will waiting for your participation.

      Best regards.
      ICSAE Committee
      http://icsae.uns.ac.id
      e-mail: icsae@uns.ac.id

  • Syarifah Utami on April 12, 2013 at 9:36 pm said:

    Good Afternoon Sir/madam,
    I’m very appreciate for this International event, This is the one greatest seminar in Indonesia.
    Excuse me please, I want ask some-question,

    1. If I have paper to be submit in this ICSAE, will All Author be a speaker to presentation at the day whether the time is hasty in 2 days
    Or The procedure for All the Author is Duty to presentation the paper that has he submitted before

    2. If the author just a student in one of university held in Indonesia, does it matter for the seminar cause language science is one of the problem to improve in International conference. Just like usually for the first time.

    3. This accommodation hotel in booking online is just one hotel staying at Lorin Solo hotel whatever the option of room that we’ve been chosen. And the person who stayed there must be participant without exception like parents.

    Thank you so much for attention and the answers for considering that, I’m sorry for shortage of me. Hopefully all be Success in the conference, bye. My Faithfully (Utami)

    • admin on April 14, 2013 at 11:55 am said:

      Thank you for your participation,

      1. Your paper can be directly registered in the author area. Please submit your paper in this link http://icsae.uns.ac.id/registration/author.html. The presentation schedule will be set after we receive all of the paper. All authors are dduty to present his paper.
      2. This is an international seminar, all presenter should use the international language (English language). Seminar participants from different disciplines is possible, so you should use a science language that is easily to understand.
      3. You can book for any person, not only to the author, with an additional charge.

      We’re expect for your presence.

      Best regards.
      ICSAE Committee
      http://icsae.uns.ac.id
      e-mail: icsae@uns.ac.id

  • Ertan YILDIRIM on March 23, 2013 at 8:16 pm said:

    Dear Sir

    Do I need to apply for your conference before 30 April.
    Because my paper is not ready now.
    Thank you for ypur help

  • Phassakon Nuntapanich on February 28, 2013 at 9:58 pm said:

    Dear Sir,
    I am interest your conference. I would like know your conference publish proceeding on hard copy or CD. If your conference publish proceeding on hard copy, I will participate in your conference . Because, my university will support conference which publish on hard copy.

    • admin on March 1, 2013 at 9:13 am said:

      Thank you for question
      Maybe we have 3 option about publish proceeding:
      – on CD
      – on hard copy
      – submited elsevier
      but, until now we have to discuss

  • Yohanes on February 27, 2013 at 8:31 pm said:

    Saya tertarik untuk ikut conferensi ini. Dan saya kirimkan makalah yang berhubungan dengan pertanian lahan kering iklim kering
    Terima kasih

  • Fidia Fibriana on February 14, 2013 at 11:34 pm said:

    Hello… I’m looking forward for the paper template and further information about this conference especially for the paper submission

    Greetings from Thailand 🙂

  • TENYWA DAVID KASIIBA on January 17, 2013 at 1:18 pm said:

    Dear Sir / Madam

    RE: REQUEST FOR PARTNERSHIP AND SUPPORT

    On behalf of the above mentioned project were so pleased to submit in the project proposal to address the weakness in the environment programme implementation in Uganda. BIFU has been so concerned to environment for the last 15 years and up to today we still have much to promote the environment in Buwenge and Buwenge town council in Busoga region
    BYEPA INTERNATIONAL FOUNDATION UGANDA was founded in 1993 to address the environmental problems of the region of Busoga. BIFU has worked in close collaboration with the community of Busoga in several projects aiming at the protection and restoration of the environment, enhancing people participation and motivation. Environmental issues were tackled primarily by increasing community awareness on environmental and health related problems happening because of the mishandling of land and natural resources for farming and construction. One of BIFU’s objectives has also been the alleviation of poverty by creating work opportunities, especially for women, youth and vulnerable groups, in different projects undertaken. The most recent project of BIFU was the initiation of a Solid Waste Management project in Buwenge Town, Jinja District, supported by NEMA (National Environmental Management Authority) and consisted of the distribution of dustbins around town. This approach will include conservation and replenishment measures as well as programmes to foster the educational and cultural awareness necessary to ensure the successful implementation of the alternative environment sources in the future. It is hoped these measures will provide a responsible short term response to the current crisis and will provide some educational foundations necessary to enable appropriate long-term policies and projects.
    The BIFU programme is strategically to benefit both women and youth as the marginalised community in society of development worldwide. The urban poor community in the region of Busoga. The programme is expected to prevent rural women and youths from walking ling distances in search for firewood /fuel. They should have planted fast growing trees near there homes for firewood. Time and energy saved can be shifted to production of food and cash crops. The health of women and children will be improved by cleaner kitchen environment after introduction of free-smoke and safe rural stoves
    Acknowledging human dependence on these resources and providing for those immediate needs BIFU’s programme will spread awareness, enable women, individuals and institutions incorporate environment protection into their daily activities. Women accounts about 75% of the national economy activity from the agricultural sector It’s believed that with fostering the entrepreneurship and environment is vital for women in development. like wise it’s the basics of proper environment protection with agro forestry and agro-farming systems . Women shall have an attitude that will bring and enable them into sustainable development projects through environment but realising it at later time indirectly. Income projects have not been influenced in the environment activities but with the engagement of different programmes of environment have forced us to foresee which programme shall suite the women into income generating while protecting.

    Integrating community to climate change adaptation through sustainable human development
    Advocating for empowering of women into environment micro entrepreneurship through income generating projects.
    Rainwater harvesting and adaptation to climate change in the rural community in Uganda
    Generating resources for environment education now to schools and community [Green Projects ]
    Encouraging the youth and women in protection the environment through saving and thrift for loaning each other at low interest rates
    To reduce generation and the negative environmental impact of solid waste management so that the socio-economic development of Bugembe and Buwenge Town Council, the health of its community and the quality of it for s environmental resources are no longer adversely affected by uncontrolled and uncoordinated waste management. ; Community awareness and training, Waste collection and disposal improvement, Micro-enterprise composting development;
    Training and sensitising women in strengthening capacity building in project planning, financing, designing management and business orientation in the environment
    To facilitate access to local and international funding for NGOs/ CBOs and other social organisations to address the environmental issues
    To enable and ensure the promotion to use new technology systems of ICT among the formal and informal by learning and acquiring the skills as a measure to income generating from environment, creation of opportunities, with others ,
    Environmental Sustainability
    BIFU applies a strategic and sustained approach to environmental sensitivity to all of our development projects. We use environmental best practices to develop and implement activities with full concern for environmental protection. Environmental education and protection are key components to all of our programmes for development and training projects. These projects inherently provide environmental benefits by communicating the importance of Millennium Development Goal # 7—that of ensuring environmental sustainability and sound waste management as it relates to health, well-being and private sector development. Consistent with best environmental practices of BIFU, many of our project activities are community concerns. For meetings and workshops, “green-friendly” practices are implemented. The attached is the project proposal, brochure, report and some articles
    We shall be so pleased when our request meets your criteria
    http-web: http://www.bifu-uganda.webnode.com

    Your faithfully

    TENYWA DAVID KASIIBA
    CHIEF COORDINATOR

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