Swiss-Belhotell Kota Jambi, Jambi, Indonesia

October 02, 2020 – October 03, 2020

Green development is a development concept that always considers the social and environmental impacts of development. This is defined as three things: environmental responsiveness, resource efficiency, and community and cultural sensitivity. The issue of limited natural resources is one of the most important environmental issues at this time, in connection with this as a developing country that is developing, Indonesia needs to accelerate the development of industry and technology through the use of clean and efficient technology and the utilization of environmentally friendly natural resources to achieve sustainable development goals.

Sustainable development (Sustainable Development Goals or SDG’s), that is environmentally preservation is expected to be a reference for every country in the world, so that the United Nations (UN) has ratified it as a global community development goal in September 2015. To realize SDG’s, through Nawacita’s vision and mission, the Indonesian government considers global cooperation important by intensifying international cooperation in addressing global problems that threaten humanity such as infectious diseases, climate change, the spread of illegal small arms, human trafficking, water scarcity, energy security and the spread of narcotics. The government stipulates that within a period of 1 to 2 years SDG’s supporting policies must be prepared. Among other things, the preparation of the legal basis for implementation, action plans and institutions as well as funding sources. This is where the role of local government, the private sector and civil society groups is needed.

Universitas Jambi as one of the stakeholders in development in Indonesia, especially in Jambi Province is called to be actively involved in to sustain the promotion and publication of research results on innovations, concepts, policies and technologies that are environmentally friendly, Universitas Jambi plans to hold a ” The second Green Development International Conference ” in 2018. With the conference Internationally participated by local and international participants, is expected to improve the competitiveness of the Nation through the development of human resources, infrastructure development using the principle of “green development”. So that the Indonesian people are expected to be able to compete and be able to utilize natural resources wisely.

Accelerating Advancement in Green Environmental Sustainability : Best Practice for New Normal Era


Relevant Topics :

Sustainable Agriculture

Green Technology

Green Energy

Green Course Redesign with Technology

Green Growth


Registration Fee :


Online IDR 400.000

Onsite IDR 1.000.000

Participant (non-presenter)

Online IDR 200.000

Onsite IDR 400.000

The Registration Fee includes: Zoom session participation, E-certificate, and e-Book of Abstract (BoA). E-certificate will be awarded only to registrants who have participated in the Zoom webinar session fully (for participants); and who have participated in the Zoom webinar session fully, and uploaded powerpoint/PPT file (mandatory), and Video (optional) through system (for presenters).

Publication Fee: *

Please notice that if your article failed to be published/rejected by publication commitee, part of paid Publication Fee will be returned. But if your article rejected by publisher, Publication Fee cannot be returned (since all publication payment already paid to the publisher). Selected papers will be considered for publication in Web of Science (Publisher: Atlantis Press).

Please make a bank transfer for registration and publication fee to:
Bank name: Mandiri
Account Number: 110-00-2108989-8
Account Holder: RPL 012 UNJA OPERASIONAL

[IMPORTANT] After making the payment, you MUST upload the transfer proof via WhatsApp to

  1. +62 853-6164-0350 (Hakim)
  2. +62 812-7724-5389 (Raisa Mataniari)
  3. +62 812-7895-4764 (Danial)
  4. +62 812-1518-3354 (Arafat)
  5. +62 813-3580-3428 (Dian)


Video Publication The 3rd GDIC



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Proceedings of the 3rd Green Development International Conference (GDIC 2020)