Organizers of Janamanjung Fellowship Ride appreciated Carbo One’s contribution to Mangrove Planting Program in Malaysia

June 25, 2019

Limassol, Cyprus, June 25, 2019

Janamanjung Fellowship Ride (JMFR) Organizing Committee sent official appreciation letter to Carbo One Limited for Diamond Sponsorship of cycling race, which took place on 28 April 2019 in Perak (Malaysia) and was aimed at conserving mangrove forests in Malaysia.

It was the vision of the JMFR Organizing Committee to have a sporting event that celebrates the union of cyclist from around the world while traveling through the beautiful landscape of Perak and simultaneously supporting the environment through the Mangrove Planting Program.

Mangrove forests play a vital role to sequestrate carbon and mitigate climate change. It is an important ecosystem for carbon reservoir known as carbon sinks and as an integral part of the global biological system.

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Mangroves also are very well known for their high biological productivity to provide many ecosystem services. Among others, to provide important habitat for the life cycle of flora and fauna including endangered species and migratory birds. Many aquatic lives such as fish, prawn, crustacean and micro fauna depend on mangrove areas for their breeding and spawning area.

In the Appreciation Letter Datuk Shamsul Bin Ahmad, the Managing Director of TNB Janamanjung, noted: “The initiative could not have become a reality without the generous help and contribution from Carbo One team. As we continue to expand the future chapters of the JMFR, please know that the partnership we have fostered with our partners are upmost important and vital to JMFR’s success”.

Carbo One Limited, being a socially responsible company, actively supports ecological, cultural, sporting and charity events around the globe and clearly recognizes the crucial importance of participating in events aimed at environmental protection and developing a harmonious and healthy society in the modern world.

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