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et. al. Elyta

Bio: et. al. Elyta is an academic researcher. The author has contributed to research in topics: Smart city & Human security. The author has an hindex of 1, co-authored 1 publications receiving 3 citations.

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10 Apr 2021
TL;DR: The researchers concluded that the design of waste handling management is done through planning and actuating, and the application has the potential to support Angkuts based waste handling applications in the human security perspective to be used in a wider area again, not only in the city of Pontianak.
Abstract: Security today is not only defined from a military standpoint, but also human security in which it has relations to social issues, human rights, economic, and environmental. Environmental issues, one of which is on the management of waste handling. A large amount of waste that goes to the place of final processing Pontianak Batu Layang is Hundreds of tonnes per day to make some millennials led by Muhammad Hafiz Waliyyudin initiating Angkuts application to support the city of Pontianak in waste management. This research used a descriptive method for designing a management model, especially waste management planning and actualization of Angkuts towards application-based Smart City from the perspective of human security. Based on these results, the researchers concluded that the design of waste handling management is done through planning and actuating. Planning applications applied technologies based on Angkuts industrial era 4.0 toward achieving smart city. Implementation of an application-based waste handling management Angkuts millennial generation is through participation and government support. As a recommendation, the application has the potential to support Angkuts based waste handling applications in the human security perspective to be used in a wider area again, not only in the city of Pontianak.

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TL;DR: The concept of green supply chain management (GSCM) is now gaining more attention among practitioners due to its ability to help companies address environmental issues as discussed by the authors. Nevertheless, studies on GSCM practices and outcomes extensively come from multinational companies compared to fully owned Malaysian companies, especially the Small Medium Enterprises (SMEs).
Abstract: The concept of green supply chain management (GSCM) is now gaining more attention among practitioners due to its ability to help companies address environmental issues. Nevertheless, studies on GSCM practices and outcomes extensively come from multinational companies compared to fully owned Malaysian companies, especially the Small Medium Enterprises (SMEs). This conceptual paper discusses GSCM in global context and explores further directions of GSCM research in Malaysia. The discussions led to conclusions that the main drivers of GSCM implementation are mainly the pressure of regulators, customers and public awareness. Moreover, the implementation can have positive impacts on organizations economic performance and preservation of the environment. Consequently, more research is needed on the implementation of GSCM among Malaysian SMEs, especially in terms of the key practices from the perspectives of the practitioners

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07 Jul 2021
TL;DR: In 2018, Singkawang City was named the most tolerant city in Indonesia through an assessment from the Setara Institute as discussed by the authors, which was conducted to analyze the political form of harmony and social capital.
Abstract: " Objective - Singkawang City, which is located in the Province of West Kalimantan-Indonesia, is a city with a significant level of ethnic heterogeneity, making it very vulnerable to various conflicts. However, in 2018, Singkawang City was named the most tolerant city in Indonesia through an assessment from the Setara Institute. For this reason, this study was conducted to analyze the political form of harmony and social capital, E-government as a Tolerant City in Singkawang City. Methodology – The method used in this research is descriptive qualitative with literature study as a data collection method. Data analysis was carried out in stages, namely collecting data, summarizing data, and making conclusions. This study finds that the form of political harmony is the intense collaboration be-tween state actors, the Religious Harmony Forum, and the community. Findings – Interaction and commu-nicative relationships complement and strengthen each other. As the main actor, the people of Singkawang City have also seen and understood that they have diverse perspectives to avoid discrimination and intolerance. In addition, there are also forms of social capital created from the relationship between ethnic communities in Singkawang City, namely in the form of general norms and group characteristics.Therefore, it is concluded that the success of the Singkawang City government in making its area the most tolerant city in Indonesia from the Setara Institute in 2018 cannot be separated from the social capital owned by each tribe to live side by side in harmony with high values. spirit of tolerance. Novelty – In addition, e-government and knowledge management are also important points in the formation of a tolerant society in Singkawang City which has people from various backgrounds. Type of Paper - Review"