The tropical area on the equator is able to absorb carbon dioxide (CO2) gas more than other climate zones in the world due to the abundance in vegetations living in the area. Hence, as an effort to reduce the impact of global warming, Djarum Foundation has planted more than 2 million trees since 1979. We have also initiated large-scale tree planting in Java to provide better shades on the road and to absorb more CO2. This activity aims to maintain the land structure and absorb rainwater. We have planted Trembesi trees (Samanea saman) along the 2,150 km Java’s North Coastal Highway, and other areas of Indonesia, which is estimated to be able to absorb 2,6 million tons of CO2 per year. These activities are carried out in order to help preserving the nature and earth for our future generations.
Planting rain trees (Trembesi) along 1350 kilometers-long Pantura North coastal highway reached Merak Port, the most western tip of Java island
Planting rain trees (Trembesi) along 1350 kilometers-long Pantura North coastal highway with Kotak Band
Watering rain trees (Trembesi) along the 1350 kilometers-long Central Java Pantura North coastal highway
Seeding and tending young plants at the Kudus Plant Nursery
Djarum Trees For Life continues to plant trees and participate in raising the community's quality of life
Four year old Rain trees (Trembesi) planted by Djarum Foundation along the North coastal highway of Java
Since beginning in 2010 the initiative has successfully planted 25,554 trees from Merak to Rembang