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Green Pillar: Spreading the Go Green Spirit to Kids

News_10062015141213_DSCF0172PKM-M is a student creativity program in which students are encouraged to make a project for a betterment of a certain society. Pillar Hijau (Green Pillar), one of the PKM-M groups at Sanata Dharma University held a go green activity involving kindergarten students with the theme “Care about Environment, Plant Green Trees. The group consists of dari Megarista Afriana Putri, Andika Ratna Intani Sudirman, Hosianna Yossi Agustina, and Puspa Raras Damasari accompanied by an advisor, Yohanes Dwiatmaka, M.Si.

Aiming to grow a sense of environmental care to kids, the activity was run for four months from February up to May 2015. The activity took place at Taman Kanak-Kanak Hamong Putra Yogyakarta.

Sanata Dharma University: 2012 and Beyond

uajy-imageSanata Dharma University is strategically looking at post-2012 management and operations framework for implementation. Critically, the university is working towards achieving the following key areas, which are also significant for the Conference (JCAP) to engage with: Integrating environment to students’ orientation and developing in-campus ecology information board; Thematic course formation on the environment for students and professionals; In nursery development focusing on biodiversity enrichmen

USD Participation in ACUCA Student Camp 2012: The Youths Create Green Asia

News_03092012140648_Berita_USD_01092012075907_acu1Sanata Dharma University resent its 4 students to join The Association of Christian University Colleges in Asia (ACUCA) Student Camp 2012 held on August 20 – 24, 2012.The ACUCA Student Camp brought up environmental matter with theme “Aiming for Tomorrow Where We Can Walk Side by Side: Our Dream, Our Efforts”.

Youth For Climate Camp 2012: “Inheriting the Heroic Spirit in the Changing Climate”

Nov11 ydcc2Activities in the 2012 YFCC are discussions and team bonding. There were 5 discussion topics, (1) National and heroism insights, (2) Climate change, (3) religious values on climate change, (4) efforts to mitigate and adapt by students and (5), the potential of social media in spreading the message of climate change.