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CTC Hosts Trusted Media Summit Event With Asosiasi Jurnalis Independen (AJI)

Last September, 75 journalists from AJI (Asosiasi Jurnalis Independen) Indonesia gathered together at CTC’s Center for Marine Conservation to join the hybrid online event called “Trusted Media Summit 2022” held in Singapore. This annual event was organized by the Google News Initiative as a multi-stakeholder collaboration space to network and…
Rili Djohani
27 October 2022
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Harmony Island: Vibrant Underwater World

On October 4, we launched our latest exhibition, the art installation ‘Harmony Island’ by Mulyana at our Center for Marine Conservation. ‘Harmony Island’ showcases our vibrant coral ecosystems through beautifully crafted crochet pieces made from surplus yarn from the garment industry.  Through Harmony Island, we can dive deep into the…
Rili Djohani
27 October 2022
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Discarded Plastic Ropes Turned Into Elegant Tapestry: Weaving The Ocean Art Installation

Earlier this month, on September 5, we unveiled Ari Bayuaji’s ‘Weaving the Ocean’ Art Installation and Exhibit at our Center for Marine Conservation. This intimate event was attended by Ari’s closest friends, NGOs, and the gallery’s representative. It started with a background of the making of Weaving the Ocean, hosted…
Rili Djohani
27 October 2022
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Interactive Multimedia Coral Restoration Exhibition Launched

On September 22, CTC in collaboration with Mars Sustainable Solutions, launched Indonesia’s first ever multimedia exhibit on coral restoration. While there are many differing coral reef restoration approaches currently being undertaken globally, this exhibit highlights the Mars Assisted Reef Restoration System (MARRS). The hero of the MARRS method is the…
Rili Djohani
27 October 2022
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Virtual Library Of Indonesia’s Marine Biodiversity Opens At CTC’s Center For Marine Conservation

On August 22, we successfully launched the Grand Blue Project in our Center for Marine Conservation. This event was attended by 85 people from various backgrounds, including government representatives, media partners, NGOs, and university students. Before the event began, the guests enjoyed a meal in our courtyard. The Grand Blue…
Rili Djohani
27 October 2022
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CTC Hosts US Embassy’s Cultural And Education Reception

CTC was delighted to host an educational and cultural networking event organized by the U.S. Embassy – Jakarta, Indonesia at our Center for Marine Conservation last Monday.  The guests of honor were US Ambassador to Indonesia Sung Kim, US Consul General Jonathan Alan, and USAID Mission Director Jeff Cohen. The…
Rili Djohani
27 October 2022
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Sharing Zero Waste Initiatives With Local Schools In Sanur Through Fun Learning

CTC recently hosted 20 teachers and 100 students from around Sanur at our Center for Marine Conservation to learn about zero waste and permaculture methods. The program aims to engage participants in fun learning activities that educate them on permaculture principles and methods that minimise waste to can be implemented…
Rili Djohani
27 October 2022
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Fun Learning Activities With Trinity School, United Kingdom

This month, our Center for Marine Conservation received two groups from Trinity School, United Kingdom. Their visit to our center was to join our fun learning activities. We had a half day of fun learning activities that were done at Semawang Beach, Sanur, and our center. The fun learning activities…
Rili Djohani
27 October 2022