Environmental Management
Economics and cost effectiveness of a rain garden for flood-resistant urban design

D. Rinchumphu; N. Suriyanon; N. Phichetkunbodee; S. Munlikawong; C. Wanitchayapaisit; S. Sitthikankun

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 18 April 2023


  BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Rapid urbanization negatively affects the hydrologic cycle and makes cities vulnerable to disastrous flash floods. It can additionally cause erosion and water pollution in natural ecosystems. Global climate changes have exacerbated such issues, further upsetting hydrologic ...  Read More

Environmental Management
An analysis on the economic development and deforestation

E.S. Siregar; S.U. Sentosa; A. Satrianto

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 06 June 2023


  BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: This study aimed to investigate endogenous variables namely, economic development and deforestation, in North Sumatra, and examine their determinants. Both variables are substantial in a country community welfare with harmonized environmental sustainability as a legacy for ...  Read More

Environmental Management
Life cycle assessment of coconut plantation, copra, and charcoal production

T. Puspaningrum; N.S. Indrasti; C. Indrawanto; M. Yani

Volume 9, Issue 4 , October 2023, , Pages 653-672


  BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Coconuts and their derivatives, such as copra and charcoal, are leading commodities of Indonesia contributing to local consumption and exports. Life cycle assessment is a tool for evaluating the inputs, outputs, and potential impacts of a product system throughout its life ...  Read More

Environmental Management
Climate change mitigation and adaptation through livestock waste management

E. Frimawaty; A. Ilmika; N. A. Sakina; J. Mustabi

Volume 9, Issue 4 , October 2023, , Pages 691-706


  BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Farmer characteristics are recognized in this study. The characteristics, perceptions, willingness to adopt climate change mitigation, and awareness of livestock farmers toward livestock waste management are the main points for determining appropriate climate mitigation rules.METHODS: ...  Read More

Environmental Management
Health risk assessment and microplastic pollution in streams through accumulation and interaction by heavy metals

A.M. Sabilillah; F.R. Palupi; B.K. Adji; A.P. Nugroho

Volume 9, Issue 4 , October 2023, , Pages 719-740


  BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: The threat posed by microplastics to humans through fish consumption is potentially great due to microplastics’ capacity to adsorb heavy metals. The Code and Gajahwong streams have suffered from plastic and heavy metal pollution as the major rivers in Yogyakarta, Indonesia. ...  Read More

Environmental Management
Mapping and identifying heavy metals in water use as chemicals of potential concerns in upper watershed

N. Fahimah; I.R.S. Salami; K. Oginawati; S.J. Yapfrine; A. Supriatin; Y.N. Thaher

Volume 9, Issue 4 , October 2023, , Pages 765-788


  BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Excessive presence of heavy metals in water sources can reduce water quality and harm human health. However, research on heavy metals from water sources for sanitation and hygiene purposes and drinking water in the Upper Citarum Watershed remains limited. This study focuses ...  Read More

Environmental Management
Healthcare waste characteristics and management in regional hospital and private clinic

S. Ajbar El Gueriri; F. El Mansouri; F. Achemlal; S. Lachaal; J. Brigui; A. Fakih Lanjri

Volume 9, Issue 4 , October 2023, , Pages 805-818


  BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Good health and a safe environment are essential for sustainable development, including the appropriate management of healthcare wastes. The study intends to assess the generation rate and management methods of healthcare waste in the regional hospital center and a private ...  Read More

Environmental Management
Sustainability index analysis of the black soldier fly (Hermetia illucens) cultivation from food waste substrate

A.D. Santoso; T. Handayani; R.A. Nugroho; A.I. Yanuar; N. Nadirah; E.S. Rohaeni; E. Widjaja; M.A.M. Oktaufik; U. Ayuningtyas; Y.P. Erlambang; R. Herdioso; M.N. Rofiq; R. Hutapea; A.L. Sihombing; B. Rustianto; I.M.A.D Susila; D. Irawan; D. Iskandar; S. Indrijarso; G.D. Widiarta

Volume 9, Issue 4 , October 2023, , Pages 851-870


  BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Most food waste is dominated by domestic activities consisting of large numbers of organic pollutants, such as nitrogen and phosphate potentially hazardous to the environment. Domestic waste can be used as a feed source in black soldier fly cultivation with utility in pollutant ...  Read More

Environmental Management
The impact of fruit and vegetable waste on economic loss estimation

B. Parsafar; M. Ahmadi; Gh.R. Jahed Khaniki; N. Shariatifar; A. Rahimi Foroushani

Volume 9, Issue 4 , October 2023, , Pages 871-884


  BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Receiving nutrients from fruits and vegetables are essential for public health. However, a large amount of waste is produced during producing, supplying, and consuming these fruits and vegetables. Water, fertilizers and pesticides used for the production of agricultural ...  Read More

Environmental Management
The influences of environmental awareness on green performance

M.H. Mansour

Volume 9, Issue 4 , October 2023, , Pages 899-914


  BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Despite the various environmental challenges the hotel sector faces, there is a significant need to resolve them by applying sustainable techniques like green human resource management. As a result, there is a pressing need to investigate how green human resource management ...  Read More

Environmental Management
Effects of citizen participation on urban water management based on socioeconomic factors

F. Mardianti; D.E. Purba

Volume 9, Issue 4 , October 2023, , Pages 915-932


  BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: In this era of globalization, clean water management is considered a complex problem requiring the strategic management of various aspects. Citizen participation in managing polluted waters is a critical, determining factor in preventing water crises. This study predicts the ...  Read More

Environmental Management
Health risk assessment through probabilistic sensitivity analysis of carbon monoxide and fine particulate transportation exposure

E. Ernyasih; A. Mallongi; A. Daud; S. Palutturi; S. Stang; R. Thaha; E. Ibrahim; W. Al Madhoun

Volume 9, Issue 4 , October 2023, , Pages 933-950


  BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: The rising number of vehicles used for transportation, which is attributed to the steady increase in population, is known to be a major contributor of air pollution, which, in turn, can have adverse effects on the environment and human health. Therefore, in this study, we aimed ...  Read More

Environmental Management
Consequences of changing regional integration on environmental development, agricultural markets, and food security

L.A. Omarbakiyev; S.M. Kantarbayeva; A.K. Nizamdinova; S.T. Zhumasheva; G.Zh. Seitkhamzina; A. Saulembekova

Volume 9, Issue 4 , October 2023, , Pages 951-966


  BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Geopolitical risks have made significant changes in the integration ties between the countries of Central Asia, which has affected the sustainable development of the agro-industrial complex and food security. The adoption of urgent measures to improve food security, on the ...  Read More

Environmental Management
Farmers' motivation and obstacles in the smallest available agricultural region

D.P. Darmawan; G.M.K. Arisena; A.A.A.W.S. Djelantik; A.A.K. Krisnandika; N.L.M.I.M. Dewi; N.T. Lukpitasari Korri; N.M.C. Sukendar

Volume 9, Issue 4 , October 2023, , Pages 967-982


  BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: The high need for tourism-supporting infrastructure has impacted the increasing conversion of land functions in Denpasar City, Indonesia. The lack of agricultural areas in Denpasar City has motivated farmers to continue farming. Farmer motivation to do farming will collide ...  Read More

Environmental Management
The effect of income and smallholder characteristics on cultivation, harvesting, and post-harvest management of natural rubber

. Nurliza

Volume 9, Issue 4 , October 2023, , Pages 983-994


  BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Indonesia is the second largest natural rubber producer, which it gets primarily from smallholders. However, smallholders are less and less competitive because of unsustainable agricultural practices, while there is huge potential for sustainable natural rubber. This study ...  Read More

Environmental Management
Heavy metals contamination in geothermal medicinal plant extract; Chromolaena odorata Linn

A. Abubakar; H. Yusuf; M. Syukri; R. Nasution; M. Yusuf; R. Idroes

Volume 9, Issue 4 , October 2023, , Pages 995-1004


  BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Medicinal plants growing in geothermal areas have been reported to possess relatively high concentrations of bioactive secondary metabolites, which have been attributed to the adaptive heat stress response. Nonetheless, the exploitation of their medicinal benefits is limited ...  Read More

Environmental Management
Effectiveness of the voluntary disclosure of corporate information and its commitment to climate change

F.G. Arredondo Trapero; E.M. Guerra Leal; J. Kim

Volume 9, Issue 4 , October 2023, , Pages 1033-1048


  BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Although governments and companies have been implementing various measures, such as technological innovation, new emissions regulations, and policies to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, it seems that global warming is not decreasing. In order to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, ...  Read More

Environmental Management
Social learning activities to improve community engagement in waste management program

S. Sunarti; R.S.Y. Zebua; J.H. Tjakraatmadja; A. Ghazali; B. Rahardyan; K. Koeswinarno; S. Suradi; N. Nurhayu; R.H.A. Ansyah

Volume 9, Issue 3 , July 2023, , Pages 403-426


  BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Community engagement is crucial to overcome environmental issues, including waste management. Several education-based initiatives have been employed to improve community engagement in waste management programs, but the effects were not satisfied in changing resident behavior ...  Read More

Environmental Management
Toxicity of nickel oxide nanoparticles in Capoeta fusca, using bioaccumulation, depuration, and histopathological changes

J. Kharkan; M.H. Sayadi; M. Hajiani; M.R. Rezaei; M. Savabieasfahani

Volume 9, Issue 3 , July 2023, , Pages 427-444


  BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: The nanoparticles has been discussed in terms of their adverse global impacts on health and health inequity. Metal oxide nanoparticles and their salts can have varied toxic effects on different tissues in the aquatic environments. The aim of present study was to assess the ...  Read More

Environmental Management
Spatial delineation on marine environmental characteristics using fuzzy c-means clustering method

E.D. Lusiana; S. Astutik; N. Nurjannah; A.B. Sambah

Volume 9, Issue 3 , July 2023, , Pages 463-476


  BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Conservation efforts are often prioritized on a large spatial scale because information about local ecosystems is frequently lacking. Therefore, comprehensive spatial classification of a region’s environmental characteristics is essential for effective marine conservation. ...  Read More

Environmental Management
Performance of sewage sludge reuse in the manufacturing of fired bricks

K. Moulato; M. Ammari; L. Ben Allal

Volume 9, Issue 3 , July 2023, , Pages 477-496


  BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: The disposal of sludge from wastewater treatment plants into the natural environment represents a major danger to the environment and human health. The use of urban sludge as raw material in the manufacture of clay bricks not only reduces the amount of sludge but also transforms ...  Read More

Environmental Management
Cadmium and lead uptake by wild swamp eel in the populous river

N. Nurhasanah; L. Sulistyowati; E. Riani; M. R. Cordova

Volume 9, Issue 3 , July 2023, , Pages 497-514


  BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: For enhanced environmental management of the Ciliwung River, toxic pollutions such as cadmium dan lead data are required. Cadmium and lead have widespread industrial applications. However, cadmium and lead are poisonous and classified as cancer-causing non-essential elements. ...  Read More

Environmental Management
Green transformational and transactional leadership in fostering green creativity among university students

N. Saif; G.G.G. Goh; J.W. Ong; I.U. Khan

Volume 9, Issue 3 , July 2023, , Pages 577-588


  BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: The current study investigates green transactional leadership for the first time in order to understand leader-follower relations in studying green behavior in higher education institutions. The aim of this study is to investigate the dynamic relationship between green transformational ...  Read More

Environmental Management
Urban green space during the Coronavirus disease pandemic with regard to the socioeconomic characteristics

R. Setiowati; R.H. Koestoer; K. Mizuno; H.S. Hasibuan

Volume 9, Issue 3 , July 2023, , Pages 589-606


  BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: The spread of Coronavirus disease limited the activities of humans in the globe in 2020 with Jakarta reported to have also struggled with the virus. The pandemic stopped humans from visiting public amenities such as urban green spaces which are one of the key components of ...  Read More

Environmental Management
Water security assessment framework for deltas of the transboundary river basins

T.H. Truong; L.T.T. Nguyen; D.D. Nguyen; T. Pham; T.M. Vu; P.H. Nguyen; Q.T. Nguyen

Volume 9, Issue 3 , July 2023, , Pages 619-636


  BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Water security for food production in the deltas of international river basins has become the top concern of the basin countries. Numerous efforts were made to develop frameworks for the assessment of water security at different scales. However, no framework could be directly ...  Read More