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Proceedings of the 1st International Conference on Folklore, Language, Education and Exhibition (ICOFLEX 2019)
Besides the economic growth, development activities often produced unexpected negative impacts on decreasing the quality of life, health problems, and environmental damage, including land degradation, soil erosion, air, and water as well as soil pollution. In general, environmental damage occurred caused directly or indirectly by humans (anthropogenic). The role of higher education was very important, not only encouraged students to protect their environment, but also to spread environmentaldoi:10.2991/assehr.k.201230.001 fatcat:ceqixhk3bne57kcp4xqvfy7eu4