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Knitting the threads of Hope for Organic Agriculture in Aceh

Since the Covid 19 pandemic, the kamiKITA community has taken the initiative to promote organic-based urban farming. In addition to helping family food security, the opportunity for the organic food market in Banda Aceh City is also still wide open.

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Assessing Electronic Waste Management

Electronic waste management in Indonesia has not received serious attention. In fact, it needs to be managed carefully because it contains pollutants that are toxic and harmful to the environment and health.

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Green Investment Policy and Its Economic Value

The economic value of ESG-based investments cannot be fulfilled yet, because the return on investment is small. The government needs to make policies that take into account the economic value of green investment.

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Collaboration between the Kehati Foundation and IDX in Green Investment

The Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX) collaborates with the Sri Kehati Foundation in designing a stock index through ESG scoring which can be used as a reference in assessing how ‘green’ an issuer company is. The assessment is based on three aspects, environmental, social, and governance.

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Green Investment Is Not Just Branding

For issuers, green investment products or implementing sustainable business principles is actually profitable, as they are considered more interesting by investors.