goodmorningpapua.com – PT Pertamina Patra Niaga Regional Papua Maluku together with 11 SOEs and Mangrove Communities in Papua planted 500 mangrove tree seedlings along Cibery Beach, Holtekamp, Jayapura City, Saturday, December 3 2022. The mangrove planting coincided with the Road to Akhlak Festival series and as a form of Pertamina’s efforts Patra Niaga Regional Papua Maluku preserves mangroves in Indonesia through its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) program.
“This activity is proof that the synergy of companies and other communities to care for and preserve the environment continues to exist. We hope that the impact of this activity will benefit the environment and improve people’s lives,” said Edi Mangun as Area Manager Communication, Relations & CSR Pertamina Patra Niaga Papua Maluku Regional.
It doesn’t end here, Pertamina Patra Niaga Regional Papua Maluku will carry out ongoing maintenance with 11 other BUMNs and also the Mangrove Community so that the growth of mangrove plants can continue to be considered.
“Preservation has a great impact on natural ecosystems. As human beings and it is the company’s responsibility to preserve the environment, we will continue to carry out other concrete actions in Papua and Maluku,” Edi said.
On the same occasion, the Executive General Manager of Pertamina Patra Niaga Regional Papua Maluku, I Ketut Permadi Aryakuumara said, planting mangrove tree seedlings is the company’s responsibility in preserving the environment so that the ecosystem on the coast is maintained.
“As a company engaged in the energy sector, we are fully aware of our great responsibility to preserve the environment, sea and forests, nature, and for better survival and inheritance for our children and grandchildren,” he explained.
I Ketut thought, Pertamina Patra Niaga Regional Papua Maluku is committed to continue to make a maximum positive contribution to global problems through sustainable development which does not only concentrate on environmental issues and energy availability, but in a broader sense, namely encouraging a movement that includes three scopes of policy: economic development, social and environmental protection (people, profit and planet).
“We hope that this concrete and sustainable program of mangrove planting activities can help reduce the level of abrasion and degradation of mangrove forests,” concluded I Ketut.
Unforgotten to be given a Mangrove Wali Certificate to Pertamina Patra Niaga Regional Papua Maluku along with 11 other BUMNs as a form of responsibility in efforts to plant mangrove seedlings.