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The Peatland and Mangrove Restoration Agency (BRGM) visited the area around APP's supplier partner. This visitation was for the Deputies to observe the collaborative peat landscape management programs. Read more. Screen reader support enabled. The Peatland and Mangrove Restoration Agency (BRGM) visited the area around APP's supplier partner. This visitation was for the Deputies to observe the collaborative peat landscape management programs. Read more.
Supporting the government's efforts to prevent and control forest and land fires in 2021, Asia Pulp & Paper (APP) Sinar Mas together with its partners in South Sumatra Province develop Desa Makmur Peduli Api (DMPA) program. This year APP Sinar Mas prepare 700 fire fighters along with 42 Rapid Reaction Teams deployed in Ogan Komering Ilir (OKI) and Musi Banyuasin (Muba) districts, they were also equipped with various fire equipments.
Remember the excitement that you got on your first day of school? Try to picture those blank notebooks in your new backpack, new uniforms ready to rock, and new friends waiting for you. Now, you might feel something that we all know as nostalgia.
Apparently, these clouds have no silver linings. Air pollution is not only bad for our health but also poses a significant risk to the wellbeing of our environment. As you might already know, burning fossil fuels and biomass emit black carbon, a component that contributes to the global temperature rise and exacerbates climate change. But the clouds are already cast today. Do we have any chance of a bright day tomorrow?
Your shopping cart is full of groceries, and it's time to pay. However, the cashier does not put your stuff into plastic bags as they usually do. "I'm sorry, how should I carry this?" you ask. "We apologize for the inconvenience, but now we no longer use plastic bags. Please buy this reusable bag if you don't have one with you."
No matter how advanced our technology has become, we can't avoid the fact that some, if not most of us, still need paper at our offices. For example, in some legal departments, hard copies are still considered more legitimate than soft copies, so getting rid of physical sheets is simply a no-go even though their digital infrastructures are already robust.
Some things are just so close to us that we often take them for granted. For example, let's take a moment and think about paper. Over the course of history, humans have used paper for so many things: work, communication, creativity, you name it. It's part of our culture and daily lives. But do you really know what it is? Do you know how paper is made? How do we turn wood into sheets that people use every day?