CAIPSDCC Webinar ”Sustainable Livelihoods & Local Economies on Small Islands", 30 July 2020

The 11th CAIPSDCC Webinar ”Sustainable Livelihoods & Local Economies on Small Islands"

Join us on a webinar on ”Sustainable Livelihoods & Local Economies on Small Islands".
Thursday, 30 July 2020 at 10:30 Jakarta/01:30 PM Brisbane.
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How could resilience and sustainability be integrated and becomes deeply rooted in small island inhabitants’ livelihood, economy, and daily lives? Is there already available policy, program, strategy, platform, business model, and opportunities that could be utilized in achieving sustainability and resilience? Let’s find out the answer with the experts!

Trigger speakers:

  1. Dr. Pamuji Lestari, Expert Staff of the Minister for Marine Ecology and Resources, Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries, Republic of Indonesia.
  2. Prof. Jamaluddin Jompa, Dean of the Graduate School of Hasanuddin University & Advisor on Marine Ecology to the Minister of Marine Affairs & Fisheries.
  3. Assoc Prof. Tapan Sarker, Associate Professor, Department of Business Strategy and Innovation, Griffith Business School, Griffith University.
  4. Ahmad Baihaki, M.Sc., Senior Oceans Specialist, The World Bank.

Opening speech: Prof. Caitlin Byrne, Director of the Griffith Asia Institute (GAI), Griffith University.
Reviewer: Dr Erna Witoelar, Co-Founder Partnership ID, Advisor CAIPSDCC.
Session chair: Anargha Setiadi, M.Sc., Research Associate (Ecology & Marine Biology), Research Center for Climate Change - Universitas Indonesia (RCCC - UI).

This is the eleventh session of the CAIPSDCC weekly webinar series. It is organized by the Collaborative Australia-Indonesia Programs on Sustainable Development and Climate Change (CAIPSDCC), a collaboration between Universitas Indonesia and Griffith University. This webinar is a partnership with Universitas Hasanuddin. It will be conducted in English.

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  1. Register; 2. Participate in the webinar live (start-end); and 3. Submit e-certificate requests via form before the due time (the link to the form and due time will be announced live during the webinar)

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Hendika D.G.

Program Officer

CollaboratIve Australia - Indonesia Program on Sustainable Development and Climate Change (CAIPSDCC)

Institute for Sustainable Earth Resources (I-SER), Universitas Indonesia