With the end of the Millennium Development
Goals (MDGs) in 2015, thoughts have arisen to re-
thinking for internationally agreed development goals.
Furthermore, developing Sustainable Development
Goals (SDGs) until 2030 are economic development
goals that meet the sustainability dimension. In this
paper, sustainable development in Indonesia is
described as a balance in the indicators of the fields of
economic development, social development, and
environmental development. The achievement of
sustainable development indicators results in
sustainability development index (SDI) obtained from
the composite index of the Gross Domestic Product
Index (GDPI), the Human Development Index (HDI)
and the Environment Quality Index (EQI) in Indonesia.
The data taken is the period 2009-2018. The result is
that Indonesia has managed to obtain an SDI value of
2.97 percent during this period. This means that
Indonesia must continue to fight for the success of
sustainable development until 2030.
Keywords : Gross Domestic Product Index, Human Development Index, and Quality Environmental Index.