Implementation of Climate-Smart Agriculture (CSA) Practices for Sustainable Agriculture Development by Millennial Farmer in West Java Province (Case Study in Nudira Fresh, PT Nudira Sumber Daya Indonesia)


  • Triya Ayu Retnaningtyas Postgraduate, Sebelas Maret University
  • Dwiningtyas Padmaningrum Universitas Sebelas Maret
  • Sapja Anantanyu Universitas Sebelas Maret


climate change, climate-smart agriculture, greenhouse, millenial farmer, sustainable agriculture


Climate change affects the decline and stagnation of agricultural production which can threaten food security and sustainability. Although the agricultural sector is vulnerable to climate change, it also plays a significant role in triggering climate change. Climate-Smart Agriculture (CSA) practices on cherry tomatoes in Nudira Fresh are the millennial farmer's strategy in efforts to build sustainable agriculture, as well as with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) related to climate action. Climate-Smart Agriculture (CSA) aims to: 1) increase agricultural productivity and income, 2) build agricultural adaptation and resilience to climate change, and 3) reduce and or eliminate greenhouse gas emissions. The purpose of the study is to explore the implementation of CSA by millennial farmers in Nudira Fresh. The method used in this research is descriptive qualitative, with primary and secondary data collection. The research results show that the practice of cultivating cherry tomatoes in Nudira Fresh is based on an analysis of 3 pillars of CSA, including: 1) increasing productivity and income by cultivating various cherry tomatoes, 2) building plant adaptation and resilience to climate change by using greenhouses supported by plant management technology and growth control applications, and 3) reducing the contribution of greenhouse gas emissions by using growing media in the form of cocopeat.