Green Construction in The Framework of Sustainable Development Goals

  • Meria Utama Universitas Sriwijaya
  • Irsan Universitas Sriwijaya
  • Achmad Romsan
  • Muhammad Zainul Arifin Universitas Sriwijaya
  • M Syahri Ramadhan Universitas Sriwijaya
  • Rizka Nurliyantika Universitas Sriwijaya
  • Ricky Saputra Universitas Sriwijaya
  • Muhammad Rasyid Universitas Sriwijaya
  • Mariana Universitas Sriwijaya
  • Andriyani Liberty Universitas Sriwijaya
Keywords: environmental, sustainability, construction, regulation


Indonesia already has regulations regarding construction and environmental services. Still, the extent to which these regulations regulate construction that cares about the environment needs a further study so that these regulations can be related to development policies. Considering that environmental sustainability is one of the Principles of Sustainable Development Goals, the Green Building-Green Construction concept is one of the efforts to support the achievement of sustainable construction, and it will ultimately contribute to reducing the impact of global warming. What further needs to be considered and researched is the SDGs Goals which form the basis for this green construction, and what goals are meant. Then, the method used in this research is a normative juridical research method with field data as support. The targeted outputs are reputable international journals and textbooks in the field of dispute resolution where this research has theoretical benefits, namely the development of methods that add to the scientific knowledge in the field of construction and the environment. The practical benefits of this method can be used by the construction service community to perform green and sustainable construction. In Indonesia, in line with developments in international law, several regulations are already related to green construction and sustainable development. Furthermore, seven goals are directly related to green construction and SDGs, even though all of these goals correlate with green construction. Moreover, the following result is the concept of sustainability as a condition to continue, survive and have a future.

Author Biographies

Meria Utama, Universitas Sriwijaya

Meria Utama is a Associate Professor in faculty of Law Sriwijaya University since 2002. She obtained Bachelor of Law degree (in 2000) with a specialization in International Law from Sriwijaya University with cumlaude predicate. She continued her Master degree in Erasmus University Of Rotterdam The Netherland  in 2004 and graduated 10 months later, then graduated her Doctoral study in Padjajaran University with GPA. 4.0 on August 2020.

Irsan, Universitas Sriwijaya

SpecializationMining Law, Agrarian law, Natural Resources Law, Law and investment, law and environment, Law of Forest.  

He get his bachelor degree from University of Islamic Indonesia on 2000 and he continue taking master degree in Gajah Mada University 0n 2004, Both with predicate cumlaude. Then, graduated of  his doctoral study from Padjajaran University on January 2021.

Achmad Romsan

Prof. Dr. H. Acmad Romsan., SH., MH., LL.M. is a senior lecture at Sriwijaya Law Faculty since 1982. At law undergraduate, graduate and post graduate Prof. Romsan is actively giving students supervision writing their thesis. At Undergraduate Programme, for this odd semester, Prof. Romsan responsible for Public International Law, International Contract Law, International Humanitarian Law, Air and Space Law, International Refugee Law, Transboundary Pollution Law classes. While for even semester, he responsible for Public International Law,  International Contract Law, and Air and Space Law.At the Graduate Program he responsible for Human Rights Law and Environmental Law Classes and at Doctorate Program Prof. Romsan responsible for Law Philosophy and Philosophy of Science and Political Development of Law.

Muhammad Zainul Arifin, Universitas Sriwijaya

Muhammad Zainul Arifin is an Lecturer in the Department of Administrative Law. He is the secretary of the administrative law department at the Faculty of Law, Universitas Sriwijaya. He teaches courses in Tax Law, State Financial Law, Population Law, Administrative Court Procedure Law, public information disclosure law and other subjects. He obtained a bachelor’s degree from the Faculty of Law, Sriwijaya University and completed his master’s in the same place

M Syahri Ramadhan, Universitas Sriwijaya

Muhammad Syahri Ramadhan, S.H.,M.H is an Lecturer in the Department of Civil Law.  He teaches courses in Business Law, Medical Law, Civil Law, and other subjects. He obtained a bachelor’s degree from the Faculty of Law, Sriwijaya University and completed his master’s in the Faculty of Law, Gadjah Mada University.

Muhammad Rasyid, Universitas Sriwijaya

He graduated from the Universitas Sriwijaya Law School (Bachelor of Law in 1989 and Master of Law in 2001).

He teaches several courses includes Corporate Law, Contract Law, Negotiable Instruments Law, Insurance Law, Intellectual Property Rights.

How to Cite
Utama, M., Irsan, Romsan, A., Arifin, M. Z., Ramadhan, M. S., Nurliyantika, R., Saputra, R., Rasyid, M., Mariana, & Liberty, A. (2023). Green Construction in The Framework of Sustainable Development Goals. International Journal of Global Community, 6(3 - Nov.), 265 - 278. Retrieved from