One of the values that FIB UI holds tightly is equality. Discrimination against gender, ethnicity, religion, race, and intergroup (SARA) is not compatible with the life principle of the Indonesian people, namely Bhinneka Tunggal Ika (Unity in Diversity). There is no difference in treatment between women and men at FIB UI. In fact, the number of female students and lecturers at FIB UI is greater than that of the male.
Volume of water used in the university: Inbound (treated/extracted water)
A process in place to treat wastewater.
Processes to prevent polluted water entering the water system, including pollution caused by accidents and incidents at the university.
Provide free drinking water for students, staff and visitors (e.g. drinking water fountains).
Apply building standards to minimise water use.
Plant landscapes to minimise water usage. (e.g. use drought-tolerant plants).
Have a policy to maximise water reuse across the university?
Measure the reuse of water across the university?
Provide educational opportunities for local communities to learn about good water management.
Actively promote conscious water usage on campus, and in the wider community.
Support water conservation off campus.
Where water is extracted (for example from aquifers, lakes or rivers) utilise sustainable water extraction technologies on associated university grounds on and off campus.
Cooperate with local, regional, national, or global governments on water security.