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TransJakarta and CarbonEthics Collaboration for Mangrove Restoration In Jakarta

Bersih Berdaya Bestari: A Mangrove Restoration Initiative

In the bustling metropolis of Jakarta, urban life thrives rapidly. The rapid mobilization of life in Jakarta certainly contributes to huge carbon emissions, especially the use of transportation. Supported by the lack of green open space as a carbon sink, air quality in Jakarta is getting worse.

We can reduce carbon footprint from vehicles by using public transportation, one of which is TransJakarta. Currently TransJakarta is also contributing to the sustainability mission with CarbonEthics to restore the carbon storage ecosystem through the Bersih Berdaya Bestari initiative.

The Mangrove Restoration Effort

Mangrove Restoration

This collaborative effort aims to revitalize the mangrove ecosystem in the Thousand Islands (Kepulauan Seribu) region. Recently, in a symbolic gesture of commitment, TransJakarta and CarbonEthics planted mangroves alongside the Acting Governor of Jakarta, Heru Budi Hartono, in Kepulauan Seribu. This event marked a significant step towards the restoration of the mangrove ecosystem and demonstrated the commitment of both organizations to environmental sustainability.

The Bersih Berdaya Bestari Initiative is a significant step in offsetting the carbon footprint and preserving the environment in Jakarta. Indeed, this collaboration will not only combat climate change but also maintain coastal biodiversity, and protect shorelines. These impacts mean that mangroves are a crucial component of sustainability.

Transjakarta's Green Update

Mangrove Restorarion Barcode At Every TransJakarta Bus Station

TransJakarta has taken another significant step toward sustainability. The bus system now integrates seamlessly with Google Maps, allowing commuters to track bus routes and arrival times directly on their mobile devices. This user-friendly feature enhances convenience and encourages more people to choose public transportation, reducing individual carbon footprints.

At every TransJakarta bus station, you'll find CarbonEthics QR codes. Passengers can scan these codes using their smartphones, instantly connecting to CarbonEthics' platform. By doing so, you can actively contribute to offsetting their carbon emissions. These mangroves are nurtured by local farmers, ensuring community involvement and sustainable growth.

Are you ready to make a difference? Visit through TransJakarta's Sustainability Page and take action. Plant a mangrove, reduce your carbon footprint, and be part of Jakarta's greener, cleaner future. Together, we can create a city that thrives while respecting the environment.

Remember, every tree planted is a step toward a more resilient and sustainable Jakarta. Let's build a legacy of environmental stewardship for generations to come.

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