Jakarta, Jakarta, Indonesia, 12th Jan 2024, King NewsWire – Amidst Indonesia’s political landscape, Ganjar Pranowo and his running mate, Mohammad Mahfud Mahmodin, are running for the highest public office with an environmentally conscious platform. Committed to a greener Indonesia, their vision extends beyond conventional politics, aiming to shape the nation’s trajectory until 2060.
“Campuses should include cyber and quantum computing curricula in all majors so that all students understand how to innovate sectorally by adopting technological leaps,” emphasized Ganjar, advocating for a holistic approach to sustainable development in education. He envisions a future where the academic world aligns with the goal of transitioning to a green economy.
Ganjar emphasizes the pivotal role of young minds in the journey towards a sustainable future. “Young people need to start mastering technology with the ability to adapt and upgrade to new knowledge,” he stated. To realize the green economic transformation, he emphasised the need for a sustainable development curriculum that equips the youth with skills to drive Indonesia’s future.
Ganjar highlighted Indonesia’s abundant resources, including rivers, biogas, and solar energy, as pillars for producing clean and environmentally friendly energy. “Today, many people are anxious because of pollution everywhere. How about the green economy? How about the circular economy?” Ganjar reflected, highlighting the critical need to explore and adopt greener economic models.
Under Ganjar’s two-term governorship in Central Java, he spearheaded initiatives that optimized renewable energy usage. Notably, he championed a circular economy and harnessed 418 gigawatts of potential renewable energy from various sources, including hydro, geothermal, biogas, and solar power. This involved establishing solar and mini hydro power plants in various regions, such as Banjaran and Logawa in Banyumas Regency.
Central Java under Ganjar’s leadership became a provincial model for renewable energy development, boasting 2,353 Energy Self-Sufficient Villages. These villages, spread across 35 regencies and cities, signify Ganjar’s commitment to empowering communities and steering them towards energy self-sufficiency
Ganjar’s vision isn’t just a manifesto for elections; it’s a testament to transformative leadership. His track record in Central Java and his forward-thinking approach towards a green economy highlight his dedication to fostering sustainable development. As Indonesia stands at the cusp of change, Ganjar’s aspirations offer a promising blueprint for a thriving, environmentally conscious nation.
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