The notion of green architecture is always incorporated in projects developed by the Company. Activities promoting this awareness vary from forest restoration to environmental clean-up and rare plant conservation. In doing so, Intiland regularly collaborates with non-profit organizations that are experts in their particular field.
A prime example to this is the Graha Natura conservation in Surabaya, which was launched on January 26, 2012. The newly opened real estate boasts an eco-friendly and green environment, and has Seameo Biotrop (Southeast Asia Regional Center for Biology Tropical) do training, researches and conservation on the tropical plants throughout the property. Another conservation act in Surabaya was when Intiland planted rare trees and plants around the city hall and park during the city’s anniversary in May. The variety of plants comprised Jasmine tree, Bobab, Kigelia, and Cananga Odorata, among all. On June 20, 2012, more rare trees – 52 species in total – were donated by Intiland to Surabaya during the conference of world governors.
The Company also campaigned on reforestation in South Jakarta, particularly around the Pasanggrahan River. Held by the Serenia Hills estate under Intiland, there was the planting of 5,000 bamboos along the river on November 2, 2012 and a 15-minute documentary video on the subject designed by the Company. All this was to endorse the master plan for conservation in the area by landscape consultant International BeltCollins.