https://jpal.ub.ac.id/index.php/jpal/issue/feed Indonesian Journal of Environment and Sustainable Development 2022-06-10T16:42:53+00:00 Dr.Eng. Akhmad Adi Sulianto, STP.,M.Eng j-pal@ub.ac.id Open Journal Systems <p>Welcome to Indonesian Journal of Environment and Sustainable Development or Jurnal Pembangunan dan Alam Lestari</p> <p>Indonesian Journal of Environment and Sustainable Development is an interdisciplinary journal with scope aspects of environmental impacts (biophysical and socio-economic) a result of development. The journal also examines the phenomenon of a complex interaction between development and the environment, with the aim of looking for alternative solutions in realizing sustainability of all aspects of human activity development related.</p> <p>Since December 18, 2018 J-PAL is <strong>Accredited</strong> by the Ministry of Research, Technology and Higher Education, Republic of Indonesia <a href="http://www.ristekdikti.go.id/pengumuman/pemberitahuan-hasil-peringkat-akreditasi-jurnal-ilmiah-elektronik-periode-iii-tahun-2018/"><em>(<strong>No: 34/E/KPT/2018)</strong></em> </a>for <strong>5 years.</strong></p> <h3>Focus and Scope</h3> <ol> <li>Synergistic interactions among communities, development, and the environment and their implications for the sustainability of development</li> <li>Technical, economic, ethical, and philosophical aspects of sustainable development</li> <li>Obstacles and ways to overcome them in realizing sustainable development</li> <li>Local and national development sustainability initiatives, their practical implementation</li> <li>Development and implementation of environmental sustainability indicators</li> <li>Development, verification, implementation, and monitoring of sustainable development policies</li> <li>Aspects of sustainability in the management of land resources, water, energy, and biological, towards sustainable development</li> <li>Impacts of agricultural and forestry activities on the conservation of soil and aquatic ecosystems as well as the preservation of soil and aquatic ecosystems and the preservation of biodiversity</li> <li>The impact of global energy use and climate change on sustainable development</li> <li>The impact of population growth and human activities on the resilience of food and natural resources for sustainable development</li> <li>The role of national and international agencies, as well as international arrangements in realizing sustainable development</li> <li>The social and cultural context of sustainable development</li> <li>The role of education and public awareness in realizing sustainable development</li> <li>The role of political and economic Instruments in sustainable development</li> <li>Alternative realize sustainable development efforts</li> <li>Other topics that are still relevant to the development and environmental sustainability</li> </ol> https://jpal.ub.ac.id/index.php/jpal/article/view/507 Pesticides and Chemical Fertilizer are not Negatively Impact the Diversity of Entomopathogenic Fungi on Rice Plant in Malang Indonesia 2022-06-10T16:42:53+00:00 Rose Novita Sari Handoko rosensh@unisma.ac.id Aminudin Afandhi rosensh@unisma.ac.id Amin Setyo Leksono rosensh@unisma.ac.id Mufidah Afiyanti rosensh@unisma.ac.id Tri Suyono rosensh@unisma.ac.id The conventional system of rice plantation has been applied in Malang, Indonesia. Standard chemical fertilizer and pesticide application were used in this field. Soil samples in rhizosphere of rice plantation showed the existence of several entomopathogenic fungi including <em>Penicillium</em> sp, <em>Aspergillus</em> sp, <em>Trichoderma</em> sp and some unidentified fungi. The diversity value also demonstrated a medium diversity. We conclude that an application of pesticides and chemical fertilizer according to recommended practices, are not negatively affect the diversity of entomopathogenic fungi. <em>Aspergillus</em> sp and <em>Penicilium</em> sp can cause death against <em>Spodoptera litura</em>. 2022-06-03T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2022 Rose Novita Sari Handoko