Green innovation adoption of SMEs in Indonesia: what factors determine it?

Henny Indrawati, Caska, Neni Hermita, Sumarno, and Almasdi Syahza

This study aims to examine the factors influencing the adoption of green innovation among SMEs in Indonesia. There are three categories of factors influencing SMEs to adopt green innovations: technological, environmental, and organizational. Of these factors, organizational factors emerge as the primary determinant of green innovation adoption among SMEs in the country. This study provides a deeper understanding of the specific dimensions of organizational factors that play a crucial role in driving green innovation adoption, especially within the context of SMEs in the food sector in Indonesia

Citation: Indrawati, H.Caska, C.Hermita, N.Sumarno, S. and Syahza, A. (2023), “Green Innovation Adoption of SMEs in Indonesia: What Factors Determine it?”, International Journal of Innovation Science, Vol. ahead-of-print No. ahead-of-print. https://doi.org/10.1108/IJIS-02-2023-0047

Carbon Economic Valuation of Pole Trees and Trees in the Ghimbo Pomuan Indigenous Forest, Kampar Regency, Riau Province

Ambar Tri Ratningsih, Siti Aisyah, Trisla Warningsih, Zulfan Saam, Zulkarnaini, Almasdi Syahza

Ghimbo Pomuan Indigenous Forest is one of the customary forests in the Riau Province. The existence of Ghimbo Pomuan Indigenous Forest is crucial for the surrounding communities as this forest serves as a watershed area for clean water sources and maintains ecological balance. One of its significant roles is its ability to absorb CO2 to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. The Ghimbo Pomuan Indigenous Forest has a standing biomass of 16,262.896 Mg and a carbon stock of 8,130.976 Mg. The economic value of carbon in the Ghimbo Pomuan Indigenous Forest, located in Kampa Village, Kampar Subdistrict, Kampar Regency, Riau Province, amounts to IDR 2,593,778,502 (free market) and IDR 6,778,407,818.56 (Clean Development Mechanism). Furthermore, it has the capacity to absorb 29,813.546 Mg of CO2 from the atmosphere.

Citation: Ratningsih, A.T., Aisyah, S., Warningsih, T., Saam, Z., Zulkarnaini, Z., Syahza, A., (2023). Carbon Economic Valuation of Pole Trees and Trees in the Ghimbo Pomuan Indigenous Forest, Kampar Regency, Riau Province. Wahana Forestra: Jurnal Kehutanan, Vol 18, No 2. Pages 71-83. https://doi.org/10.31849/forestra.v18i2.14075

Model Edukasi Masyarakat dalam Upaya Pencegahan Kebakaran Lahan Gambut di Kecamatan Pujud Kabupaten Rokan Hilir

Sri Astuti, Almasdi Syahza, Suarman

Factors that cause peatland fires are caused by 2 factors, namely intentional factors and accidental factors. For intentional factors caused by the farming system with the traditional culture of the local population, the cost of burning peat land is cheaper, faster, and more practical, land ownership conflicts, and increased demand for palm oil. Accidental factors are caused by throwing cigarette butts carelessly, making bonfires, and burning debris, and garbage so that it spreads to peatlands. The public education model in efforts to prevent peatland fires is divided into 2 approaches. First, an educational model with an individual approach through direct and indirect communication, technical guidance, and face-to-face services to the public. Second, an educational model with a mass approach through socialization and campaigns, discussion rooms, and social media containing educational content on peatland fire prevention, peatland restoration actions, and a formal education curriculum with local content on peatland fire disaster mitigation.

Citation: Astuti, S., Syahza, A., Suarman., (2023). Model Edukasi Masyarakat dalam Upaya Pencegahan Kebakaran Lahan Gambut di Kecamatan Pujud Kabupaten Rokan Hilir. SOROT: Jurnal Ilmu-ilmu Sosial. Volume 17 Nomor 2, page 1-17. https://doi.org/10.31258/sorot.18.1.1-17

The Impact of Small-Scale Oil Palm Plantation Development on the Economy Multiplier Effect and Rural Communities Welfare

Almasdi Syahza, Dahlan Tampubolon, Mitri Irianti, Geovani Meiwanda, Brilliant Asmit

This research aims to analyze the multiplier effect of small-scale oil palm plantations and the welfare of the community in rural areas during the first cycle. This developmental research was conducted in Indonesia’s largest oil plantation area, the Riau Province. The results showed the magnitude of the multiplier effect index impacts the welfare index of rural communities. Oil palm farmers in rural areas have a more stable economy, and their consumption style follows the urban community. In an effort to accelerate the economy in rural areas, especially in oil palm-producing areas in Indonesia, government policies related to pricing at the farm level are urgently needed to have an impact on increasing the income of small-scale farmers in rural areas. More… 

Citation: Syahza, A., Tampubolon, D., Irianti, M., Meiwanda, G., Asmit, B. (2023). The impact of small-scale oil palm plantation development on the economy multiplier effect and rural communities welfare. International Journal of Sustainable Development and Planning, Vol. 18, No. 5, pp. 1407-1415. https://doi.org/10.18280/ijsdp.180511

 

Why is didactic transposition in disaster education needed by prospective elementary school teachers?

Eddy Noviana., Almasdi Syahza., Zetra Hainul Putra., Hadriana., Yustina., Sri Erlinda., Desfi Rahmi Putri., M Arli Rusandi., Dominikus David Biondi Situmorang

Disaster risk reduction is a significant focus on sustainable development. One way to reduce disaster risk is through disaster education. Through disaster education, disaster knowledge and disaster mitigation knowledge will be obtained. This research is a preliminary study of didactic transposition in disaster education. The method used in this study is the SLR approach and bibliometric analysis. The research findings indicate four forms of connectedness, classified based on the main keyword, disaster knowledge. The four linkages are described as (a) co-occurrence network analysis; (b) word cloud analysis; (c) word tree maps analysis; and (d) network visualization analysis. Subsequently, the findings of the four connectedness are grouped into four clusters. The first cluster is disaster risk reduction, the second cluster is knowledge, the third cluster is disaster mitigation, and the fourth cluster is disaster knowledge. The four connectedness and four clusters will be used as recommendations for future research on the design and development of didactic transpositions in disaster education for prospective elementary school teachers.

Citation: Noviana, E., Syahza, A., Putra, Z. H., Hadriana., Yustina, Y., Erlinda, S., Putri, D.R., Rusandi, M.A., Situmorang, D. D. B., (2023). Why is didactic transposition in disaster education needed by prospective elementary school teachers? Heliyon, Volume 9, Number 4 (e15413). https://doi.org/10.1016/j.heliyon.2023.e15413

Systematic Review of Integration of Local History in History Education in Indonesia Based on Learning Technology

Asyrul Fikri, Almasdi Syahza, Zetra Hainul Putra

The study’s overarching objective is to examine how learning technology is being used to include local history in Indonesian history classrooms. This research employed a meta-analysis based on a systematic review. Technology-based learning is a must in learning history to face globalization in the era of society 5.0. Thus, technology-based learning of local history makes learning history more meaningful, effective, and efficient. Continue…….

Citation: Fikri, A., Syahza, A., Putra, Z.H., (2023). Systematic Review of Integration of Local History in History Education in Indonesia Based on Learning Technology. Al-Ishlah: Jurnal Pendidikan. Volume 15, Number 2. https://doi.org/10.35445/alishlah.v15i2.2364