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Guest Lecture with Democracy and Pollution Theme, Attracted Participants from Doctoral Students

The guest lecture from IPB drew enough attention from Master of Environtmental Sciences students...

The environment is one of the global issues besides two other issues, namely democracy and human rights. Global issues mean issues faced by countries in the world both developed and developing countries. This is because environmental problems stem from the same main source of development activities. Development basically utilizes natural resources as an effort to improve human welfare. History shows that the use of natural resources that do not pay attention to the carrying capacity of the environment causes damage that threatens human existence itself. Various environmental damages such as depletion of the ozone layer, global heat, acid rain, climate change, degradation of biodiversity, soil degradation, land erosion, air pollution, water, flooding, and so on encourage the thinking of environmental importance into consideration in development policies.

Dr. Eng Maryono, ST, MT


Research & Community Service

UNDIP Masters of Environmental Science Conduct Social Services in Impact Areas in Tanjung Emas and Bedono Village, Demak

Friday, July 3, 2020, at TPQ- NURUL QOYYIMAH - Tanjung Village, Semarang City, donations from the Alumni Master of Environmental Science (MES) have been handed over. This activity was represented by...



Prof. Dr. Sudharto P. Hadi, MES., Ph.D., MES Lecturer and DES Lecturer UNDIP Launches 2 Books on Environment Day.

In commemoration of the 2019 Environment Day, the Master's Program in Environmental Sciences and the Doctor of Environmental Sciences at the Graduate School of Diponegoro University held a...

Alumni UNDIP Say :


Alumni Bachelor of Architecture from the Faculty of Engineering UNDIP Semarang class of 1978 has been in business since he was in college.
- Setyo Maharso -

Property Entrepreneur

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