1st Edition

Environmental Issues and Social Inclusion in a Sustainable Era Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Humanities and Social Sciences (ICHSOS 2022), Malang, Indonesia, 1-2 July 2022

    444 Pages
    by Routledge

    The Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) and the Paris Climate Agreement are examples of initiatives where countries show recognition of their interconnected interests and goals. This is particularly evident in the case of global environmental issues because they require global decision-making. The emergence of global environmental issues such as climate change, marine pollution and biodiversity loss has brought new challenges to governance and requires political support and innovation of global public policies. In addition, many social problems arise because of the environmental crisis.

    Environmental Issues and Social Inclusion in a Sustainable Era discusses environmental and social inclusion in a socio-economic perspective. The contributions analyse the management of global environmental problems at local, national and international levels, with a special focus on multilevel governance, innovative public policies, and economic development finance and business.

    The Open Access version of this book, available at http://www.taylorfrancis.com, has been made available under a Creative Commons Attribution-Non Commercial-No Derivatives (CC-BY-NC-ND) 4.0 license. Funded by Universitas Muhammadiyah Malang.

    The implementation of sustainable energy policy in Indonesia: New and renewable energy
    A. Nurjaman
    The effect of sustainability report disclosure on company value with profitability as a moderating variable
    M.W. Affan & K. Wicaksana
    Human resources management: Bibliometric analysis of green training
    N.Asfiah, R.S. Arifiani & T. Ambarwati
    The performance measures of Islamic banking in Indonesia based on the sharia maqashid index
    M. Kholmi, A. Prasetyo & T.W. Oktavendi
    Zero-waste communication campaign on a vocational school environmental design through mural and signage
    D. Trihanondo, T. Hayotedjo & D. Endriawan
    Indonesia green human resource management: A bibliometric analysis
    K.R. Novianti & A. Rumijati
    Constructing green human capital concept for corporate sustainability: Interdisciplinary perspective
    D. Leniwati & Mudrifah
    Superior and inferior : CSR, assurance CSR of performance and value Firm Hello effects?
    E.D Wahyuni, F. Dwi, Mawardi & A.P.N.Wicaksono
    Fundamentals of peace education: Civic education peace building in Bangsamoro Region in Muslim Mindanao (BARMM)
    I.Nasser & Berowa
    Does volunteer motivation affect satisfaction of Covid-19 task force volunteer?
    I.Mu’ammal, S.Nurhasanah & L. Dzulhilmi
    Marketing management: Bibliometric analysis of social media marketing during pandemic COVID-19
    Rohmat Dwi Jatmiko & Rinaldy Achmad Roberth Fathoni
    Green finance bibliometrics snalysis for current research, future and sustainability
    Chalimatuz Sa’diyah
    MOTHAFAKA as a communication medium to raise sustainable eco-fashion
    F.M. Gasa, Y.A. Kusumawati & J.D. Nugroho
    Jempol paten: A technology-based public service innovation
    Iradhad Taqwa Sihidi, Holifah, Salahudin & Ali Roziqin
    Antacedent factors operations strategy and impact on performance: Indonesian construction case
    Fien Zulfikarijah, Baroya Mila Shanty & Tsabita Khwarazmita
    The impact of product packaging, consumer knowledge, and celebrity endorsement on purchase intention mediated by consumer perceived value in millennial mom segment
    R.T. Herman & Theresa Oeylianto
    EQO : Designing eco-friendly packaging using bagasse and rice husk waste
    Y.A. Kusumawati & J.C. Wijaya
    Public sector innovation of local government to mitigate violence against women and children in Pasuruan Regency E-Siap as a public service innovation: An evaluation of efficiency and effectiveness
    Lailatul Fajriya, Krishno Hadi, Iradhat Taqwa Sihidi & Ali Roziqin
    Consumer’s behavior intention in using green skincare produc
    Ardik Praharjo & Rahmad Wijaya
    Green diplomacy as an effort by the Indonesian government in Realizing Net Zero Emission (NZE) in the year 2060
    Haryo Prasojo
    The application of artificial inteligence to predict Indonesian green banking stock
    Widhiyo Sudiyono
    Occupation of palm plantation population to Rombong Suku Rimba in Dharmasraya, Sumatra Barat: domain analysis of rural settlements from transmigrant program
    Ahmad Arrozy, Ali Roziqin & Siti Muhibah
    The effect of islamic spiritual leadership on organizational commitment through workplace spirituality and intrinsic motivation
    Mukrimah, Tri WulidaAfrianty & Arik Prasetya
    Carbon emission disclosure and cost of capital in Indonesian
    Andanrani, Dwi Irawan, Ahmad Juanda & Sri Wibawani Wahyuning Astuti
    What is the husband's role in supporting his working wife to be involved in social life?
    Sowanya Ardi Prahara, Triana Noor Edwina Dewayani Soeharto & Muhammad Wahyu Kuncoro
    A systematic review of smart eco-industrial park development: environment policy based on industrial area in Indonesia
    Tri Sulistyaningsih & Umi Kulsum
    Global civil society vis a vis state and corporation: the challenges of greenpeace in reducing deforestation in Brazil
    Najamuddin Khairur Rijal & Uswatun Hasanah
    Islamic corporate governance, profitability, corporate social responsibility and sustainability report disclosure
    Siti Zubaidah & Pipit Diah Pratiwi
    The theory of planned behavior examination on pro-environment consumer behavior: a study in Banjarbaru, South Kalimantan Indonesia
    Widayat, Helina Ade Putri, Sri Nastiti Andharini & Warsono
    Analyzing the perceived understanding of public managers of data quality for data driven decision making at local government in Indonesia
    Djoko Sigit Sayogo, Sri Budi Cantika Yuli & Firda Ayu Amalia
    The role of Organizational Citizenship Behavior for Environment (OCBE) in Mediating The Effect of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) on green performance
    R. Febriani, S. Irawati
    Green supply chain management practice and competitive advantage: Evidence in SMEs Malang City
    Nazaruddin Malik, Kenny Roz
    Halal tourism development (LITERATURE PERSPECTIVE)
    R. Juliati, Y.R. Fiandari
    Taiwan digital diplomacy association as new public diplomacy practice in digital era
    B.J. Nanda
    Online political trust in Anies Baswedan as a candidate for the President of Indonesia 2024
    Luth, R. Maswati, T. Baharuddin
    Media and empowerment for sustainable production of coconut sugar in Banyumas Central Java 1
    A.Noegroho, S.Prastyanti, B. Widodo, D.P.Marhaeni, W.Novianti
    The role of corporate governance in moderating the effect of risk finance and intellectual capital on islamic banks performance in Indonesia
    I.Siswanti, Y.M.Yusoff, Y. M. Putra, E. Prowanta
    Big data and village’s SDG-Based development policy (Study in Terong Village, Kapanewon Dlingo, Bantul Regency, Yogyakarta
    C.Puspitasari, F. Sulistyowati, B.H.S. Tyas, MC.C.R. Dibryoniri
    The effect of company profitability, leverage, and size on carbon emission disclosure with environmental performance as a modering variable (empirical study on manufacturing companies listed on the stock exchange in 2020)
    D.G. Efendy, I. Ulum, A. Widyastuti
    Millennial generation mental health: Self-healing process and coping strategies in the time of the pandemic
    Moordiningsih, S.A. Prahara, A.D.A. Setyaningtyas
    Government graphic design response to covid-19 vaccination in Indonesia
    A.D.P. Bhakti, A.S. Dharmawan
    Pedestrian development in supporting sustainable community mobility
    E. Satispi, A. Widyajasita, D. Herliani
    Murals: Art, politics, and democracy. Analysis of Michel Foucault's discourse of power on the mural phenomenon "Jokowi 404: not found"
    A.D.P. Bhakti


    R. Iqbal Robbie is a lecturer in the Department of Management Studies at Universitas Muhammadiyah Malang, Indonesia. He got his Bachelor and Master degree from the department of Management, Universitas Muhammadiyah Malang, Indonesia, and holds a Doctors degree from the Brawijaya University Malang, Indonesia. His research focuses on human resource management.

    Ali Roziqin is a lecturer in the Department of Government Studies at Universitas Muhammadiyah Malang, Indonesia. He obtained his Bachelor degree from the Department of Public Administration at Universitas Diponegoro, Indonesia, and holds a Master degree in Public Administration from the Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia. His research interests are in bureaucracy, public policy and administration, and public sector innovation.

    Shannaz Deniar Mutiar is a lecturer in the Department of International Relations at Universitas Muhammadiyah Malang, Indonesia. She earned her Bachelor degree from the Department of International Relations at Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia, and a Master degree from the Department of International Relations at Yeungnam University, South Korea. Her research focus is on diplomacy studies and global politics.

    Ardik Praharjo is a lecturer in the Management study program at the University of Muhammadiyah Malang. He obtained his Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees at Brawijaya University. His focus and interest are in research marketing, communication business and consumer behaviour.

    Kenny Roz is a lecturer in the Management study program, Faculty of Economics and Business, University of Muhammadiyah Malang. He obtained his Bachelor's and Master's degree at the University of Muhammadiyah Malang. His research focus is on operations management, supply chain management and service management.