The 10th International Conference on Global Resource Conservation

September 4-5, 2019 – Santika Hotel, Malang

The European Commission defines the bioeconomy or bio-based economy as all economic activity involving the production of renewable biological resources and the conversion of these resources and waste streams into value added products, such as food, feed, bio-based products and bioenergy. Bioeconomic activities have been established as old as humanity and provide raw materials from plants, animals, and microorganisms for human life. However, not all bioeconomy activities are sustainable, and they can have both positive and negative effects on the planet’s climate and biodiversity. Most marine resources are already fully utilised, many are over utilised. Many forests are being exploited faster than they can recover. Agricultural land is degrading in many parts of the world. Therefore, now the main goal of bioeconomy activities is sustainable knowledge-based bioeconomy.Global population growth by 2050 is estimated to lead to a 70% increase in food demand, which includes a projected twofold increase in world meat consumption. This further reinforces the urgency that biodiversity conservation has a strong role in supporting sustainable bioeconomy.

Plenary Speakers:

  • Prof. Widodo, Ph.D.Med.Sc
    Universitas Brawijaya, INDONESIA
  • Ir. Muhaimin Iqbal
    Chairman of Indonesia Startup Center, INDONESIA
  • Prof. Sun-Kee Hong, Ph.D
    Mokpo National University, SOUTH KOREA
  • Dr. Marian P. De Leon 
    University of the Philippines, PHILIPPINES
  • Dr. Chandrakant Salunkhe
    Krishna Mahavidyalaya College, INDIA
  • Prof. Anthony B. Cunningham
    School of Plant Biology, University Western Australia, AUSTRALIA
  • Premavathy Vijayan, Ph.D.
    Faculty of Education, Vice Chancellor of Avinashilingam University for Woman, INDIA


  1. Botany
  2. Zoology
  3. Conservation Ecology
  4. Environmental Science
  5. Sustainable Materials and Resources

Conference Date:

September 4th-5th, 2019

Participation Fees:

  Category  Early Bird Rate  Standard Rate
 On or Before 19 July 2019 20 July – 02 August 2019
   Indonesian Passport Holders
 1. Student Presenter IDR 800.000 IDR 1.200.000
 2. Non-student Presenter IDR 1.000.000 IDR 1.500.000
 1. Student Presenter USD 100 USD 150
 2. Non-Student Presenter USD 150 USD 200
 Non Presenter (Per day)
 IDR 400.000 IDR 600.000

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