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Kerja Keras Mengurangi Sampah Plastik di Laut Indonesia

Basri Marzuki/NurPhoto via Getty Images - detikNews
Rabu, 08 Jun 2022 07:01 WIB

Palu - Indonesia menempati posisi kedua setelah China sebagai negara penghasil sampah laut terbesar dunia. Kini, para aktivis berupaya keras mengurangi angka tersebut.

Environmental activists weighed samples of plastic waste taken from Palu Bay Beach, Central Sulawesi Province, Indonesia on June 5, 2022.  The sampling is to ensure the level of pollution of plastic waste, especially plastic packaging in the region, to be reported to the government in order to take countermeasures. Indonesia is the second largest producer of marine plastic waste in the world after China with a waste volume of 3.8 million tons per year. This figure is increasing in line with population growth and urbanization that occurs. The Government of Indonesia has developed an Action Plan to Reduce Plastic Waste in the Ocean and targets to reduce the volume of plastic waste in the ocean by 30 percent for plastic packaging waste by 2028 and 70 percent for plastic waste in the ocean as a whole by 2024. (Photo by Basri Marzuki/NurPhoto via Getty Images)
Sejumlah aktivis lingkungan terlihat mengambil sampel sampah plastik di kawasan Pantai Teluk Palu, Sulawesi Tengah, Minggu (5/6/2022).
Environmental activists weighed samples of plastic waste taken from Palu Bay Beach, Central Sulawesi Province, Indonesia on June 5, 2022.  The sampling is to ensure the level of pollution of plastic waste, especially plastic packaging in the region, to be reported to the government in order to take countermeasures. Indonesia is the second largest producer of marine plastic waste in the world after China with a waste volume of 3.8 million tons per year. This figure is increasing in line with population growth and urbanization that occurs. The Government of Indonesia has developed an Action Plan to Reduce Plastic Waste in the Ocean and targets to reduce the volume of plastic waste in the ocean by 30 percent for plastic packaging waste by 2028 and 70 percent for plastic waste in the ocean as a whole by 2024. (Photo by Basri Marzuki/NurPhoto via Getty Images)
Sampel itu diambil untuk memastikan tingkat pencemaran sampah plastik, khususnya kemasan plastik di wilayah tersebut.
Environmental activists weighed samples of plastic waste taken from Palu Bay Beach, Central Sulawesi Province, Indonesia on June 5, 2022.  The sampling is to ensure the level of pollution of plastic waste, especially plastic packaging in the region, to be reported to the government in order to take countermeasures. Indonesia is the second largest producer of marine plastic waste in the world after China with a waste volume of 3.8 million tons per year. This figure is increasing in line with population growth and urbanization that occurs. The Government of Indonesia has developed an Action Plan to Reduce Plastic Waste in the Ocean and targets to reduce the volume of plastic waste in the ocean by 30 percent for plastic packaging waste by 2028 and 70 percent for plastic waste in the ocean as a whole by 2024. (Photo by Basri Marzuki/NurPhoto via Getty Images)
Hal itu dilakukan untuk diserahkan hasilnya kepada pemerintah agar dapat mengambil tindakan pencegahan.
Environmental activists weighed samples of plastic waste taken from Palu Bay Beach, Central Sulawesi Province, Indonesia on June 5, 2022.  The sampling is to ensure the level of pollution of plastic waste, especially plastic packaging in the region, to be reported to the government in order to take countermeasures. Indonesia is the second largest producer of marine plastic waste in the world after China with a waste volume of 3.8 million tons per year. This figure is increasing in line with population growth and urbanization that occurs. The Government of Indonesia has developed an Action Plan to Reduce Plastic Waste in the Ocean and targets to reduce the volume of plastic waste in the ocean by 30 percent for plastic packaging waste by 2028 and 70 percent for plastic waste in the ocean as a whole by 2024. (Photo by Basri Marzuki/NurPhoto via Getty Images)
Indonesia merupakan penghasil sampah plastik laut terbesar kedua di dunia setelah China dengan volume sampah 3,8 juta ton per tahun.
Environmental activists weighed samples of plastic waste taken from Palu Bay Beach, Central Sulawesi Province, Indonesia on June 5, 2022.  The sampling is to ensure the level of pollution of plastic waste, especially plastic packaging in the region, to be reported to the government in order to take countermeasures. Indonesia is the second largest producer of marine plastic waste in the world after China with a waste volume of 3.8 million tons per year. This figure is increasing in line with population growth and urbanization that occurs. The Government of Indonesia has developed an Action Plan to Reduce Plastic Waste in the Ocean and targets to reduce the volume of plastic waste in the ocean by 30 percent for plastic packaging waste by 2028 and 70 percent for plastic waste in the ocean as a whole by 2024. (Photo by Basri Marzuki/NurPhoto via Getty Images)
Angka ini semakin meningkat seiring dengan pertumbuhan penduduk dan urbanisasi yang terjadi.
Environmental activists weighed samples of plastic waste taken from Palu Bay Beach, Central Sulawesi Province, Indonesia on June 5, 2022.  The sampling is to ensure the level of pollution of plastic waste, especially plastic packaging in the region, to be reported to the government in order to take countermeasures. Indonesia is the second largest producer of marine plastic waste in the world after China with a waste volume of 3.8 million tons per year. This figure is increasing in line with population growth and urbanization that occurs. The Government of Indonesia has developed an Action Plan to Reduce Plastic Waste in the Ocean and targets to reduce the volume of plastic waste in the ocean by 30 percent for plastic packaging waste by 2028 and 70 percent for plastic waste in the ocean as a whole by 2024. (Photo by Basri Marzuki/NurPhoto via Getty Images)
Pemerintah Indonesia telah menyusun rencana aksi pengurangan sampah plastik di laut dan menargetkan pengurangan volume sampah plastik di lautan sebesar 30 persen untuk sampah kemasan plastik pada tahun 2028.
Environmental activists weighed samples of plastic waste taken from Palu Bay Beach, Central Sulawesi Province, Indonesia on June 5, 2022.  The sampling is to ensure the level of pollution of plastic waste, especially plastic packaging in the region, to be reported to the government in order to take countermeasures. Indonesia is the second largest producer of marine plastic waste in the world after China with a waste volume of 3.8 million tons per year. This figure is increasing in line with population growth and urbanization that occurs. The Government of Indonesia has developed an Action Plan to Reduce Plastic Waste in the Ocean and targets to reduce the volume of plastic waste in the ocean by 30 percent for plastic packaging waste by 2028 and 70 percent for plastic waste in the ocean as a whole by 2024. (Photo by Basri Marzuki/NurPhoto via Getty Images)
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Kerja Keras Mengurangi Sampah Plastik di Laut Indonesia
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Kerja Keras Mengurangi Sampah Plastik di Laut Indonesia
Kerja Keras Mengurangi Sampah Plastik di Laut Indonesia
Kerja Keras Mengurangi Sampah Plastik di Laut Indonesia
Kerja Keras Mengurangi Sampah Plastik di Laut Indonesia


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