Green Economy and Sustainable Development in Indonesia: Considering Disaster Management and knowledge Management into Entrepreneurship.
Tomasowa, Judith Marilyn
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In the name of economy growth and improvement in human’s living standard, entrepreneurship is becoming the head-light topic. Mny of entrepreneur education and trainings are given to the society as a mean to transfer the skills, knowledge and attitude to become a successful entrepreneur. This global movement in entrepreneur has increased the consumption of natural and social resources all over the world. Without proper understanding of the potentials dangers towards the eco-system and natural, which are hidden in the global movement of entrepreneur, then the existence of humans and healthy environtment are at stake. It has created severe global effects, social casualities, imbalance in ecology and natural disasters. Add to this account. Indonesia has many of potential disasters, natural factors and/or non-natural factors and human factors. This paper analyzes and emphiszes the importance of taking into account disaster management in Green-Eco and Social Entrepreneur through a case study of Indonesia and supporting data from United Nations and BPS (Indonesia National Agency for Statistic). It describes the urgency to include disaster management into entrepreneurship, so that the potential casualities in socials and natural desasters can be reduced.