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Screening and Discussion on “Human and Conservation” at the Anggarasaka 2018

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Anggarasaka 2018 is the annual agenda of Nymphae (the association of Biological Students of Bandung Technological Institute), which was held in Bandung Creative Hub in Bandung on 1-2 September 2018. Focusing on the ‘Human and Conservation’ theme, the event served as a forum for multi-stakeholders, ranging from students, organizations, media, and the public in general, to learn and share information.

Throughout the two-day event, Indonesia Nature Film Society (INFIS); as the production unit of Rekam Nusantara Foundation, exhibited photos, screened movies and held discussions. On the occasion, “King of Krakatoa”, “Call from Majestic Bird”, “Dari Para Leluhur”, “Penjaga Hutan Bumi Jargaria”, and “Harapan” were screened on the first day, divided into two sessions starting at 18.30 PM. The opening of each session were the songs titled “Bumi Bukan Hanya Hari Ini” and “Siapa Lagi Kalau Bukan Kita”, reflecting current conditions of the environment. Rifky, Production Manager of INFIS, was featured in mini discussion after the screening.

On the second day, film screenings and a couple of discussions started at 13.00 PM. Also,one of INFIS’s 2016 independent pieces “Ocean and Us” was screened.

In theme of “Technologies, Arts and Cultures for Indonesia’s Biodiversity, the discussion featured speeches by the Ocean Protector Senior Manager of the Nature Conservancy, Glaudy Perdanahardja, and Marine Species Conservation of World Wildlife Fund (WWF)-Indonesia, Dwi Suprapti, in the first session and also invited Executive Director of Rekam Nusantara, Een Irawan Putra, and Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) of ethical fashion Pijak Bumi, Sandy Adithia in the second session.

While representing Rekam Nusantara Foundation, Een emphasized the importance of being aware that this country is rich with its natural resources, cultures and local wisdom. This, however, has to be taken into account by multi-stakeholders, notably the government, which has the authority and mandate to regulate area management. It is time for us to move forward, create synergy, and certainly believe that we deserve to be master of our own land.

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