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by AZEL PANDYA MAHESWARA NUR ACHMAD - Friday, 9 June 2023, 9:43 PM
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SI 46 03 GROUP 7 

  • MUHAMMAD RIDHO IRHAMNA                        1202223395
  • LAKSAMANA AULIA RAMADHANI                    1202223245
  • HISYAM PUTRA JANIA                                       1202220215
  • MOCHAMMAD ABRAR ARDIKA                        1202223166

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by NOVAN JANIS ADITYA HALAWA - Friday, 9 June 2023, 9:15 PM
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FoodRanger Magazine

Group 1


  1. Ilham Suryo Laksono                          (1202200137)
  2. Ruben Adisuryo Nugroho                  (1202200152)
  3. Naoval                                                   (1202200239)
  4. Novan Janis Aditya Halawa             (1202201382)
  5. Stefanus Ricardo Mascarenhas      (1202204004)
by RAFFANDA FERGITA PUTERI - Friday, 9 June 2023, 8:36 PM
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Carble App

SI-46-02 GROUP 6

[ Modified: Friday, 9 June 2023, 9:07 PM ]
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Task 11_Magazine Article

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Hello, we are from Group 4 from SI 46 01. This is our Mini Digital Magazine.

Group 4 members :






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SI-46-04 Group 7 :

- Alvin Renaldy Novanza (1202200346)

- Ataya Najla (1202200158)

- Fitrina Annisa Mustada (1202204249)

- Rida Napisa (1202200037)

[ Modified: Friday, 9 June 2023, 7:35 PM ]
by JUSTIN SURYA DHARMA - Friday, 9 June 2023, 6:53 PM
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According to the U.N. FAO, 52.1% or approximately 94.432.000 hectares of land in Indonesia is forested. Out of this total, 50% (47.236.000 ha) is classified as primary forest, the most biodiverse and carbon-dense form of forest. Additionally, Indonesia has 3.549.000 ha of planted forest. On the other hand, Indonesia has the highest deforestation rate in the world according to a study published in the journal “Nature Climate Change.” This rampant deforestation also contributes significantly to carbon emissions in the country. Based on those statements, the need for an effective solution to combat deforestation becomes increasingly urgent.This critical situation calls for immediate action to preserve Indonesia's valuable forest resources, making the implementation of GreenAlert all the more crucial in safeguarding the nation's ecosystems for future generations. GreenAlert is more impactful in preventing deforestation because it can significantly reduce deforestation rates, promote sustainable agriculture practices through its real-time monitoring and reporting features and also increases community participation in forest conservation efforts.

By utilizing its real-time monitoring and reporting feature, GreenAlert has the potential to make a substantial impact in reducing deforestation rates. This innovative technology allows for the immediate detection and reporting of deforestation activities, enabling swift intervention and effective enforcement measures. The timely information provided by GreenAlert equips authorities with the necessary data to identify and respond to deforestation hotspots, enabling them to allocate resources and personnel efficiently. For instance, in a recent case in Southeast Asia, GreenAlert detected illegal logging activities in a protected forest area, leading to the rapid deployment of forest rangers who successfully apprehended the perpetrators and prevented further destruction. While there may be challenges in terms of implementation and ensuring the accuracy of the system, GreenAlert's real-time monitoring and reporting feature offer a promising solution to combat deforestation. In conclusion, the ability of GreenAlert to provide immediate information and facilitate swift action makes it a valuable tool in the ongoing efforts to reduce deforestation rates and protect our precious forests.

GreenAlert can promote sustainable agriculture practices to promote sustainable agriculture practices to ensure the long-term health of our environment and food systems. GreenAlert's monitoring system can help farmers adopt sustainable agriculture practices by providing real-time data on soil moisture, crop health, and weather patterns. This enables farmers to make informed decisions about when and how to irrigate their crops, minimizing water waste and reducing the use of harmful chemicals, ultimately leading to a more sustainable approach to farming. Additionally, by monitoring crop health, farmers can detect early signs of diseases or pests, allowing for targeted interventions instead of resorting to widespread chemical treatments. This approach not only reduces the use of harmful substances but also prevents overuse, preserving the environment and protecting biodiversity. Ultimately, GreenAlert's monitoring system empowers farmers to adopt a more sustainable approach to farming, safeguarding precious natural resources while promoting healthier crop yields.

GreenAlert's reporting features not only provide a user-friendly platform for communities to document and report suspicious activities in forests but also serve as a catalyst for increasing community participation in forest conservation efforts. This is because GreenAlert provides an easily accessible platform that empowers communities to report suspicious activities in forests. For example, communities in Kalimantan could use GreenAlert to report instances of forest destruction caused by irresponsible parties, especially unauthorized palm oil plantation companies. They can effortlessly document such activities through the GreenAlert application and report them to the relevant authorities. Consequently, GreenAlert helps enhance community participation in forest conservation and GreenAlert can significantly reduce deforestation rates by utilizing real-time monitoring and reporting feature.

In summary, GreenAlert's powerful capabilities not only lead to a substantial decrease in deforestation rates but also drive the adoption of sustainable agricultural practices through real-time monitoring and reporting. Moreover, it actively encourages community involvement in protecting and preserving forests. With its ability to tackle deforestation rates, promote sustainable agriculture, and engage communities, GreenAlert stands as a pivotal tool in the fight against deforestation, providing a comprehensive approach to preserving our natural resources. By harnessing the power of real-time monitoring and community involvement, GreenAlert paves the way for a greener future where forests thrive and sustainable practices prevail.

[ Modified: Friday, 9 June 2023, 6:54 PM ]
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Group 7 _SI4602_Enviromental Degradation

by ZAHRA AFIFA AULIA - Thursday, 8 June 2023, 6:13 PM
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Group 01 - SI4610


1. Sarah Helena Praditya (1202213090)

2. Zahra Afifa Aulia (1202210071)

3. Nabilla Noor Rizqi (1202210048)

4. Naurah Kamila Syadza (1202210146)

[ Modified: Thursday, 8 June 2023, 6:15 PM ]
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Group 2 :

Group Members : 

1. Fathimah Azzahra (1202213255)

2. Larasati (1202213176) 

3. Muhammad Adam Zaidan (1202213035) 

4. Muhammad Arvin Zulfikar (1202213052) 

5. Ryggo Maulana Putra (1202210242)

[ Modified: Thursday, 8 June 2023, 6:07 PM ]