We support and contribute to the efforts of protection of biodiversity and endangered species, which natural habitat is located near operational areas of the Barito Pacific group subsidiaries and affiliates.
As part of our social and environmental responsibility, we work in partnerships with other stakeholders to protect the natural ecosystem for sustainability in Indonesia.
Owa Jawa is a kind of primate member of the Hylakukandae tribe. With a population of between 1,000 and 2,000 individuals, this monkey is the rarest species of gibbon in the world. Javan gibbon is limited in western Java.
Panthera pardus melas
Macan tutul Jawa or beetle tiger is one of the subspecies of leopards found only in the tropical forests, mountains and conservation areas of Java Island, Indonesia. This leopard has two skin color variations, namely bright and black.
Elang Jawa is one medium-sized eagle species that is endemic to Java. These animals are considered identical to the Republic of Indonesia state symbol, namely Garuda. And since 1992, this bird has been designated as a mascot of endangered species of Indonesia.
Elephas maximus sumatrensis
Gajah Sumatera is a subspecies of Asian elephants that only live on the island of Sumatra. Sumatran elephants are smaller than Indian elephant subspecies. The population is declining and becoming a highly threatened species.
Orangutan Kalimantan is a species of orangutan native to the island of Borneo, including the species of pongo that is planted in Asia. Kalimantan orangutans live as wild as 35 to 40 years in the wild, amun in panangkaran kawa until the age of 60 years.