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Ecohydrology a Transdisciplinary Tool for Water Security

Ecohydrology a Transdisciplinary Tool for Water Security

Cibinong,  LIPI. The Asia Pacific region is closely related to issues water resources such as pollution, landslides, floods and others. "We have to use all knowledge to solve this problem, because it does not only use one aspect of science but uses different aspects of science, not only hydrology and ecology but cultural aspects are also important," explained Prof. Ignasius DA Sutapa, Executive Director of the Asia Pacific Center for Ecohydrology at the Webinar Ecohydrology a Transdisciplinary Tool for Water Security held by UNESCO Office Jakarta (17/9)

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Floods in the Covid-19 Period: Disaster Preparedness, Mitigation and Management

Floods in the Covid-19 Period: Disaster Preparedness, Mitigation and Management

Cibinong,  LIPI. Indonesia has 5,590 main rivers and 600 of them have the potential to cause flooding. The flood-prone areas that include these main rivers reach 1.4 million hectares. “Flood is one of the routine disasters that always hits various regions in Indonesia. The impact is very heavy for society. Especially in this pandemic era, floods will make things worse. Floods will reduce people's ability to comply with health protocols to prevent transmission of the SARS-CoV-2 virus, "said the Head of LIPI, Laksana Tri Handoko when opening the regional webinar" Floods in the Covid 19 Period: Preparedness, Mitigation and Disaster Management on Wednesday (9/9) .

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 UNESCO IHP Program for Sustainable Management of Water Resources

UNESCO IHP Program for Sustainable Management of Water Resources

 Cibinong LIPI. Climate change has an impact on many things on this earth, including affecting water disasters such as floods, drought, water security in the world, and loss of biodiversity. This needs special attention by the world. "UNESCO has established the IHP Program (Intergovernmental Hydrological Program) since 1975. Currently we are entering phase VIII (2014-2021) with the main theme of watershed security responses to local, regional and global challenges, namely how to respond to order, local, regional and global issues related to water resources, "said Prof. Dr. Ignasius DA Sutapa, MSc, Executive Director of the Asia Pacific Center for Ecohydrology (APCE), at the Biosphere Reserve E-Lifelong Learning Webinar held by Sam Ratulangi University (12/8).

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EVENTS

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Webinar Series #1 Jamur Pangan Sumber Protein Nabati di Masa Pandemi Covid 19

 

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Final Dissemination Workshop on Promoting Ecological and Ecohydrological Solutions for Sustainable Water Management in Indonesia and Asia Pacific Region

UNESCO Office Jakarta in collaboration with Asia Pacific Centre for Ecohydrology (APCE), Indonesian Institute of Science (LIPI)

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Regional Workshop on Accelerating Science and Technology to Foster the Implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals in Asia and the Pacific

Regional Workshop on Accelerating Science and Technology to Foster the Implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals in Asia and the Pacific

UNESCO Jakarta office is implementing projects / activities to facilitate the acceleration

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