Harmony in Urban Development, Preserving Heritage, and Shaping the Future

The sustainable settlement and city management program in Indonesia is also one of the priorities in the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) set by the United Nations. Along with population growth and rapid urbanization, challenges such as spatial inequality, pollution, urban poverty, and socio-economic imbalances are increasing. This program aims to create inclusive, safe, disaster-resilient and sustainable cities in Indonesia. The Universitas Sumatera Utara (USU) plays an active role in supporting this program with various initiatives and collaborations. USU contributes to developing knowledge and innovative solutions to build sustainable cities and settlements through research, education, and community service. Through this program, USU is committed to strengthening local capacity, promoting the use of renewable energy, managing waste wisely, increasing the accessibility of public transportation, and improving the quality of the environment in the surrounding area. By involving students, staff and the community, USU encourages active participation in efforts to create sustainable cities and settlements in Indonesia.


Innovation with Sustainable Development Goals

Other Innovations
PCP Desktop Printer

Innovation in direct printing of electronic circuit lines on circuit boards using oil-based ink.

Information and Communication Technology

An innovative device designed to automatically produce organic fertilizer.

Information and Communication Technology

A software that provides an interactive anatomy learning experience.

Journal with Sustainable Development Goals

Other Journals
The impact of ecological innovation and corporate social responsibilities on the sustainable development: Moderating role of environmental ethicsHai Yen T.T., Wong W.-K., Al-Abyadh M.H.A., Muda I., Julca-Guerrero F., Hishan S.S., Islam M.M.Category: Economic Research-Ekonomska Istrazivanja 
Green Street Design Approach to Realize Green City. Case Study: Medan CityFachrudin H.T., Karolina R., Fachrudin K.A., Faris D.M.Category: Future Cities and Environment
SWOT Analysis and Marketing Mix 4P Model as a Method to Develop Strategic Plan for Newly Marketed Agricultural Corn Seed ProductDermawan M., Rini E.S., Sembiring M.T., Budiman I.Category: IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science
Building Sustainability Through Port Integration: A Case Study PT Pelabuhan IndonesiaPasaribu D.Category: IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science
The policy of village infrastructure service in Deli Serdang Regency, IndonesiaRangkuti M.R., Rangkuti Z.A.Category: Multidisciplinary Reviews
Tourism Potential and How About Its Sustainability (Case Study on Sibandang Island)Yanti D., Sibarani R., Purwoko A., EmrizalCategory: International Journal of Sustainable Development and Planning
How do green roofs affect per capita energy consumption in residential buildings under various climate conditions?Ketut Acwin Dwijendra N., Muda I., Milanes C.B., Bharath Kumar N., Abosinnee A.S., Akhmadeev R.Category: Sustainable Energy Technologies and Assessments
Ichthyofauna Diversity and Its Distribution in a Low-Saline Lake of IndonesiaMuhtadi A., Yulianda F., Boer M., Krisanti M., DesritaCategory: HAYATI Journal of Biosciences
A model to optimize palm oil biomass supply chain by considering production traceability informationPranoto H., Zarlis M., Efendi S., Mawengkang H.Category: AIP Conference Proceedings


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