Cannot Abandon Palm Oil, But Support the Sustainable Practices

Cannot Abandon Palm Oil, But Support the Sustainable Practices

InfoSAWIT, BANGKOK - Though she still studies the livestock in Institut Pertanian Bogor (IPB) in the seventh semester VII, it is not the challenges for Cheptia Amany to get information and join with the Youth in Sustainability community.

Joining the community has made her get much information and could participate to encourage the sustainable product usage. “Since 2017 I join the community until 2018,” she recently said in Bangkok.

The girl of Tanjung Pinang, Kepulauan Riau understands faster about the sustainable palm oil production. She said that palm oil contributes much to the economy in our country.

But sometimes the industries may be viral as the news in Indonesia about the issues and impacts of the development process. “I know it from instagram and news,” she said.

Chepti also admitted that the lives of man have something to do with palm oil, for instance, the lipstick, chocolate, soap, and personal cares. If they are vanished, there would be problems.

“It is the time to encourage the consumers to care about the eco-label products so that the companies would prepare and produce them in the markets. Our duty is to take the producers to produce eco-label products,” she said. (T2)

This article once published in InfoSAWIT, January 2020


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