There is one sentence that I believe, it is, care exists because it is taught. I often get this through teachings at school as well as at home which leads me to care and share with others. This is quite similar to a climate crisis. Our earth has increased its temperature by 2-30C. The example impacts of that behavior are there will be biodiversity extinction, undrinkable and shortage of water supplies, and subsidence. which leads to an unsafe liveable planet. Hence, to tackle all this the world has agreed to achieve net zero emissions in 2050 through carbon neutrality. All of this information are widely accessible on the internet. Surprisingly, a lot of people have not familiar with this issue. This conclusion I got when I did research related to understanding and concerning the green industry with more than 100 respondents. Let’s imagine, if crisis-related knowledge is taught and integrated into our lives from an early age. It is hoped that concern for our planet will increase so that we can inherit our earth for sustainable living.

To make this achievement a success, the involvement of various parties (government, community, and industry players) is needed. With the industrial revolution that has occurred, we have the opportunity to meet the needs of life efficiently. However, behind its ease and efficiency, resource exploitation exists. Thus, three actions can be taken to overcome this climate issue: adaptation, mitigation, and financial mobilization.

In addition, to help my plan, I conducted several collaborations in regional and multinational scopes. During my 2 years of college, I have also been active in UI Youth Environmental Action for the last 2 years. In the first year, my team and I gave counseling to the residents of Mekar Jaya, Depok about the circular economy. There, I introduced about the application of circular economy in the family, to villages, such as through PKK activities. To support the implementation of a circular economy there, we also donated a plastic waste shredder to the Induk Harum waste bank to chop up the plastic waste that the residents of Mekar Jaya, Depok have collected. In the second year, as a project officer, I tried to introduce sustainable production to MSMEs in Krukut Village, Limo, Depok. There, we try to improve the literacy of the local community including related to financial literacy, and brand awareness, collaborating with DKUM and KADIN, in order to support the strengthening of the local economy. To support ideas, I participated in discussions with youth at UTM, IIUM, UKM, PPI Malaysia, and BEM UI last August through the Multinational Youth SDGs Collaboration program. There, we discussed the role of youth in tackling the climate crisis and other socioeconomic issues. We also discussed with Dr. Zainal Abidin Sanusi was one of the originators that SDGs must be implemented with courses and community service being one of the mandatory courses that must be taken by students. Through this policy, the local community will be closer to students. Hope that I can also give an impact on society in the global and local areas.