• Ayurisya Dominata, Dwi Maharrani


Smart societies of the future are those who can combine the sophistication of technology and the balance of nature. Unfortunately ,most half of people in the world nowaday are predicted not to realize the urgency of preserving the sustainability of the nature for the sake of the quality of human life itself. Indeed, there are not many people who are aware of the situation which will actually give fatal impact on the lives of human race and other living creatures on earth in the future. Based on data from The World Bank, 2018, 87 cities on the coast of Indonesia contributed around 1.27 million tons of garbage to the sea composing of 9 million tons of plastic waste and around 3.2 million tons of plastic straw waste. Concerning this condition, the main objective of this study is to find solutions formulated in formal policies and regulations that legally binding the society to implement, starting from government institutions, schools and universities since they are the easiest parties to be advocated and then influence the surroundings. The method used in this study is descriptive qualitative and content analysis. The data of this study were collected through several techniques: observation, literature reviews, media documentation and citation of related parties from various occasions both formal and informal. The results of the study yield to the 9 smart policy solutions to achieve Indonesia's green and environmentally friendly constitutional and government system.

How to Cite
Dwi Maharrani, A. D. (2020). NINE “SMART POLICY SOLUTIONS” TO ACHIEVE GREEN CONSTITUTION AND GOVERNANCE IN INDONESIA. International Journal of Advanced Science and Technology, 29(3s), 1257 - 1263. Retrieved from