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Boosting Coastal Economies: The Power of Blue Carbon Initiatives with CarbonEthics on Forum Keadilan TV

Bimo Soewadji, the CEO of CarbonEthics, shed light on CarbonEthics' unwavering commitment to restoring climate equilibrium through the promotion of natural climate solutions.

By spearheading initiatives centered on blue carbon rehabilitation, CarbonEthics not only advocates for environmental conservation but also aligns its objectives with Indonesia's ambitious net-zero carbon emissions goals.

During an insightful interview with Forum Keadilan TV, moderated by Poempi Hidayatulloh, the Chairman of the Supervisory Council at ACEXI, Bimo emphasized the pivotal role that strategic collaborations with governmental entities, non-governmental organizations (NGOs), and local communities play in ensuring the successful implementation of sustainable practices aimed at safeguarding Indonesia's precious mangrove and seagrass ecosystems. "Indonesia has the number one potential for blue carbon in the world at 17%, primarily stemming from mangrove and seagrass ecosystems. However, despite this natural bounty, Indonesia is still behind other nations in harnessing and cultivating this invaluable resource," said Bimo.

Furthermore, beyond its environmental benefits, blue carbon initiatives can drive positive economic impacts by creating jobs, enhancing community welfare, and relieving pressure on delicate ecosystems. Through its dedication to environmental preservation and sustainability, under Bimo’s leadership, CarbonEthics is at the forefront of leveraging Indonesia's blue carbon potential for a greener and more prosperous future.

Watch the full interview here to understand the discussion and gain invaluable insights into CarbonEthics' innovative approach towards blue carbon conservation.

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