ANALISIS PERBANDINGAN PENERAPAN KONSEP UNIVERSITAS BERKELANJUTAN (STUDI KASUS PADA TIGA UNIVERSITAS TERBAIK DI DUNIA)
Indonesia officialy becomes chair of the G20 for 2022 with the aim of accelerating sustainable development in economic, environmental and social aspects. This goal is set with examples of reasons for climate change that require real action to reduce the resulting impacts. Another reason for this goal is the worldwide pandemic causing an economic downturn. With these goals, it is hoped that the target of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) can be achieved by 2030. This target requires the contribution of all parties, especially universities, to become a sustainable university. Sustainable practices carried out have criteria and weights assessed by an intitution, namely the Times Higher Education (THE) Impacts Ranking. This research will compare the implementation of a sustainable university in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) descriptively. The subjects in this study were the University of Auckland, University of Sydney, and Western Sydney University. The three universities are called the best in the world according to THE Impacts Ranking 2020 and all three of them apply a triple bottom line. Research data will be processed and classified based on the triple bottom line and SDGs which will later be compared between the three. The social aspect is the aspect that mostly carried out by the three universities with different and sustainable activities to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).