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Sail to Campus Jayapura – Universitas Cenderawasih

Saturday, 07 November 2020

Youtefa Bay, located in Jayapura, Papua, is one of the areas that is rich in potential natural resources (SDA). The local community uses the surrounding mangrove forests to look for crabs and fish.

However, currently the Youtefa Bay area is starting to become polluted. One of the reasons is plastic waste. Reporting from suarapapua.com, piles of plastic waste and household waste that enter make fishermen’s catch less.

Finding solutions to reduce plastic waste pollution is our collective obligation. For that, let’s find out the various efforts we can do in the Cenderawasih University Sail to Campus Jayapura webinar “Mangrove Forest, Hamadi Beach and Holtekamp Free of Plastic Waste.”

Saturday, November 7, 2020

10.00 – 12.00 WIT

Live: ZOOM & YouTube (EcoNusa TV)

Registration: bit.ly/STCUncen


Interviewees:

John D. Kalor, S.Si., M.Sc./ M.I.N.C. (Head of the Department of Marine and Fisheries Sciences, Cenderawasih University)

Topic: The Function of Mangrove Forest in Youtefa Bay for the Environment and Surrounding Socio-Culture

Rudi Mebri (Port Numbay Indigenous Youth Leader)

Topic: Mangrove Forest, Hamadi Beach and Holtekam for Indigenous People in Youtefa Bay Area

Moderator:

Dr.rer.nat.Henderite L. Ohee (Lecturer at FMIPA, Cenderawasih University)

Performer:

Epo Urbinas (Jayapura Rap Musician)

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