Seed Bomb Innovation As A Solution To Improve The Green Economy In Indonesia

Wiwin Rosmawati, Muhammad Syah Fibrika Ramadhan


As societal pressure increases as the global effects of climate change increase, the transformation agenda and related investments in a green economy are likely to accelerate. The concept of a Green Economy with Green GDP indicators can provide a new, better hope in the implementation of sustainable development because there is a goal to internalize environmental aspects into economic activities. Indonesia also emphasizes the importance of an inclusive green economy. The seed bomb is an innovation in the form of a ball of land which includes soil, fertilizer, plant seeds and water. Boom Seed is here to provide solutions for people who want to grow crops in a practical way, saving time and effort. This study aims to provide an understanding of the green economy and seed bombs as innovative solutions in sustainable development. The methods used in this study were questionnaires and literature searches in the form of international and national journals. Questionnaire respondents were agrotechnology and agribusiness students with a total sample of 40 people. The research results obtained show that understanding of the green economy is still low among students and seed bombs are present as a solution to improve the green economy in Indonesia.


Keywords: Green Economy, Seed bombs, Innovation, Green economy development.

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