The Value of Pancasila in Environmental Sustainability

Shofi Fahia Anbarwati(1),

(1) Univeritas Negeri Semarang


Since gaining independence in 1945, Indonesia have built up Pancasila as their state belief system and political logic, which envelops the rights and duties of its natives without segregation dependent on religion or ideology, sexual orientation, race or ethnicity, financial status or at all. Gotten from Sankrit, the name "Pancasila" signifies 'the five fundamental standards'. The five standards are: 1) Belief in the Unity of Deities; 2) Just and edified humankind; 3) Unity of Indonesia; 4) Democracy driven by insight through consideration of the chosen delegates; 5) Social equity for all Indonesians. Perpetually, Pancasila has turned into Indonesia's joining power for the 265 million individuals living on 3000 islands or so out of the in excess of 17,000 islands. Out of the 265 million, Indonesians are supplied with more than 500 ethno, psycholinguistic gatherings, each having its very own way of life, language or tongue, convention and custom.


Environmental Sustainability; Pancasila; Values

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