Achieving Net Zero Emissions needs more than just commitments. Companies in Indonesia’s private sector are playing the key role in mobilizing the movement through real climate actions. One of them is APRIL, who will be present at the Indonesia Net Zero Summit 2022: Industrial Decarbonization at all Cost, which will be held in Bali on November 11, 2022. The leading manufacturer in the paper and pulp industry will be present to showcase the climate actions they are taking to build a low-carbon economy and a climate-resilient future.
With the Indonesia Net Zero Summit 2022 approaching to bring together Indonesian companies across industries to actively take part in the global sustainability imperative, APRIL, as a bio-based producer operating in Riau, Sumatra, plays an important role in Indonesia’s progress towards achieving the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and in helping the country reduce its national emissions.
In 2020, APRIL launched its decade-long sustainability commitment, APRIL2030, a bold and ambitious series of concrete, time-bound targets further transforming the business in the areas where it has the biggest impact and opportunities. With APRIL2030, the leading manufacturer in the paper and pulp industry joined a global community of progressive companies working to achieve a positive impact on the climate, nature, people and circularity with a sense of urgency and ambition.
APRIL is one of the leading companies in the national net zero movements who supports the Indonesian Net Zero Summit 2022. Sihol P. Aritonang, President Director of PT Riau Andalan Pulp and Paper –a business unit of APRIL Group, will be present at the summit as a panelist for the fourth panel discussion, “Corporate Climate Governance.”