Green Economy's Impact on Food Security Program Evaluation

  • Zahera Mega Utama Universitas Prof. Dr. Moestopo (Beragama), Indonesia
  • Abdul Wahab Samad Institut Bisnis dan Informatika Kosgoro 1957, Indonesia
  • Muhammad Ishaq Universitas Muslim Indonesia, Indonesia
Keywords: Organic Fertilizer, Food Safety, Green Economy, Sustainable Climate Change


Sustainable green economic concepts are essential for food security initiatives. Utilising organic fertilisers allows for the long-term preservation of natural ecosystems in the Pinrang Regency and the economic prosperity of local farmers through the sale of agricultural products such as fisheries and plantations. By conducting in-depth interviews with participants, participating in direct observation, and reviewing pertinent materials, the researcher actively examines the study hypothesis in the framework of qualitative research. This qualitative study seeks to understand how organic fertiliser use affects agricultural production. Additionally, the study tries to determine whether this farming approach may improve farmers' quality of life. The study found that a green economy program that improves agricultural productivity could raise farmers' living standards. According to the study's findings, incorporating a green economy program into agricultural practices can enhance agricultural quality, farmers' green economy proficiency, and farmers' collective responsibility for the preservation of the environment.

How to Cite
Utama, Z. M., Samad, A. W., & Muhammad Ishaq. (2023). Green Economy’s Impact on Food Security Program Evaluation . Jurnal Pendidikan Ekonomi Dan Bisnis (JPEB), 11(02), 104-116.