Students Must Create Inclusion and Friendly with Nature

Everyone knows that universities have different approaches and programs. But the main responsibility is to prepare students, so that they have the capacity to answer the challenges in the next five to ten years, especially in the fields of technology and science.

John Kerry (United States envoy for climate change) gave his views at the G20.

“One approach is by developing the students to become a long-life learner, and also, bridging the gap between the educators and learners to have the same understanding on the current 2 issues: global action to achieve net zero aligned growth pathways that are socially, environmentally and economically inclusive. This is what future knowledge is all about,” Edward Crawley, Ford Professor of Engineering, MIT, Senior Academic Advisor, United in Diversity Foundation, Honorary Professor, Tsinghua University. 

This was revealed by Crawley at the Round Table Dialogue session with world university leaders at B20, Bali. It was agreed that accelerating university contributions is very important for achieving the SDGs. So the President of the Indonesian Academy of Sciences, Satryo Soemantri Brodjonegoro, said the way to accelerate this is by investing in social inclusion, climate action, health, and managing natural resources. That's the key.

“We are in a critical decade. We need more scientists and technology partners to create awareness-based technology innovation to reimagine system shifts in solving SDGs goals,” said Satryo Soemantri Brodjonegoro.

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