goodmorningpapua.com – The Noken Mamta community, which is an environmental care group, returned to visit areas affected by the environment, especially the Mangrove Forest area in the Coastal City of Jayapura.
The community visited Mr. Geissler Ramela at Holtekamp Beach, Jayapura City for hearing stories about the remaining mangrove forests by Mr. Geissler Ramela, an environmentalist in the holtekamp mangrove forest area of Jayapura, as well as seeing up closely the various environmental impacts that occurs especially life of nature that is often not taken care of humans, even humans destroy it.
“We are trying to appoint a new figure who has ulayat and cares about speaking out loud and thus all caring communities in the city of Jayapura will stand firm and challenge anyone who intentionally contributes negatively to damage or has indications of being a covert environmental destroyer,” said Kaka Andre Liem, from the Mamta Noken Community, in a statement, Sunday, February 20, 2022.
It can be seen in the youtube video that there was a communication with Mr. Geisler Ramela, as an indigenous community who loves the environment in the Holtekamp Beach area who explained some of the impacts that had occurred, including the flash flood that had hit Jayapura City as well as being affected residents.
Ending the explanation in the video, Geissler Ramela said, If humans are not friendly to the environment and humans do not take care of the environment, then they will get the impact from nature.