SCHOOL EMPOWERMENT AS AN ENVIRONMENT LEARNING RESOURCE THROUGH WASTE MANAGEMENT TO ACHIEVE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOAL 12 (SDG'S): RESPONSIBLE CONSUMPTION AND PRODUCTION
The deteriorating of environmental conditions nowadays is the environmental quality degradation impact caused by human activities that do not consider continuity and environmental sustainability. Therefore, human quality becomes a major issue and has an important role in the efforts of saving the environment. Competences in the field of knowledge, skill and attitude about the environmental issues is necessarily need by a whole of life in order to take a part in the efforts of conservation. School empowerment as an environmental learning resource through waste management is one of the efforts that could be gave to the students to increase environmental awareness. Learning resources are resources that can be utilize for the sake of teaching and learning process, either directly or indirectly, in parts or in whole. Environmental education is an educational program to foster students to have a rational understanding, awareness, attitude, and behavior that is responsible for the nature of sustainable development. Through these efforts, it is to be expect to create a clean, beautiful, comfortable, healthy and unobtrusive school environment and the whole of school society behavior who are more concerned about the environment. They are not only knowing it but also be able to apply it in daily life. The main activities aimed to embody the school as an environmental learning educational resource.
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