Undip’s Foreign Students Asing Engage Karimunjawa Villagers To Preserve Sustainable Natural Environment
In order to keep on preserving the sustainable natural environment, Undip’s International Office engaged the Karimunjawa villagers and visitors to always care about beach cleanliness of the Great Cemara Karimunjawa through Coastal CleanUp program, which was attended by 22 Undip students from various regions in Indonesia and abroad, including Taiwan, Thailand and Malaysia. The CoastalCleanUp program is a flagship activity of Tropical Course Ecotourism and Sustainable Development in Coastal Region which has been taking place for 10 days, from 1 to 10 August 2018.
Chairperson of the Undip’s International Office, Dr. Ir. Ita Widowati, DEA said this program is one of series of World Class University programs in 2018 and has been taking place since 2012,” she said.
This TropicalCourse event is an annual activity carried out by Undip’s International Office and it gets priority as a flagship program for realizing Undip’s vision as a World Class University, especially in maritime and coastal development.
Ita hoped that through the Tropical Course, participants will engage Karimunjawa villagers to keep on being aware of importance of developing ecotourism in Karimunjawa,” she said.