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Students from the Department of Forest Management (DMNH), Faculty of Forestry and Environment IPB University studied forestry investment from Forclime FC (Forest and Climate Change Program – Financial Cooperation) in the General Lecture on Analysis of Forestry Investments, (18/2). Forclime FC is a long-term cooperation program between the governments of Germany and Indonesia.
According to the Head of the Department of Forest Management, Dr. Muhdin, forestry investment activities are now increasingly challenging. So DMNH held the Analysis of Forestry Investments Course (MK. AIK) as an elective course to give students the opportunity to deepen their knowledge related to forestry investment.Read more
Tuesday, September 28th, 2021, was very special because five PKM teams from the Department of Forest Management passed through various stages until success to the final stage, called PIMNAS. PIMNAS, which stands for Pekan Ilmiah Mahasiswa Nasional or National Students Science Week, is a series of activities that are inseparable from the implementation of the Program Kreativitas Mahasiswa or Student Creativity Program at the national level. All teams that enter PIMNAS are the teams with the highest scores in Penilaian Kegiatan Pelaksanaan PKM (PKP2) or Assessment of PKM Implementation Activities. This year is the 34th PIMNAS in collaboration with the University of Sumatera Utara is the host. The entire PKM team from IPB is currently carrying out the quarantine process organized by IPB. In the quarantine process, all teams will be prepared to be able to give their best during PIMNAS later. Five of the sixty-six IPB PKM teams that passed PIMNAS are from the Department of Forest Management. The five teams are divided into two types of PKM: PKM PM and PKM RSH. PKM PM stands for Program Kreativitas Mahasiswa Pengabdian Masyarakat or Student Creativity Program: Community Service and PKM RSH stands for Program Kreativitas Mahasiswa Riset Sosial Humaniora or Student Creativity Program: Social Research in Humanities.Read more
Student Creativity Program (PKM) is an activity hosted by the Ministry of Education and Culture Republic of Indonesia in facilitating the potential of Indonesian students to study, develop, and apply science and technology that had learned in lectures to the general public. The activities of the Student Creativity Program (PKM) were carried out for a few months that have been implemented since January 2021. The number of proposals IPB gets in on the SIM PKM is as much as 1220 proposals from 10 PKM. The tenth PKM includes Scientific Articles (PKM-AI), Written Ideas (PKM-GT), Karsa Cipta (PKM-KC), Innovative Work (PKM-KI), The Application of Science and Technology (PKM-PI), The Idea of Futuristic and Constructive (PKM-GFK), Entrepreneurship (PKM-K), Research Science (PKM-RE), Community Service (PKM-PM), and Social Research in the Humanities (PKM-RSH).Read more
Hi JMHT Friends!
Jurnal Manajemen Hutan Tropika (JMHT) and Faculty of Forestry and Environment, IPB University collaborate with RG 3.07.00 IUFRO and Universiti Putra Malaysia proudly present International Webinar for the Topic “Forest Operations and Climate Change: The RIL-C Approach”
1. Dr. Ir. Naresworo Nugroho, MS (Dean of Faculty of Forestry and Environment, IPB University)
2. Prof. Dr Woodam Chung (Coordinator of IUFRO Division 3 and Professor of Oregon State University)Read more
Historians have interpreted the various forms of human struggle for survival. Not only individuals, but also collectives, both locally, nationally and globally. Threats to human existence come from various forms: violence, war, to natural disasters. Violence and war have even become one way of fighting over natural resources (Lele, 2008).
Violence, war, or disaster is really an “extermination program”. Disasters can occur because humans mismanage nature. That is, war or disaster is a choice with the same result: death. Also, by choice, both can be avoided.
Then a real disaster occurred in the political space. Although there are types of disasters beyond human control, such as floods and droughts due to El Niño and La Niña, people are required to be able to cope with them. The most effective collective action is through the state. A government that is not ready will find it difficult to handle a disaster. Read more
Mahtuf Ikhsan: The 20-year-old student of Forest Management Bachelor Program who has visited 20 countries.
What makes a difference in each individual’s life? – Purpose and Impact. Be inspired with the story of a forestry student who had his first international travel experience at age 16 and has traveled to 20 countries in less than 4 years.