A total of 1,659 bags of blood have been donated by DSLNG for the Indonesian Red Cross (PMI) Banggai Regency. This social action has been taking place regularly since 2018 in the DSLNG Plant. This number does not include several other blood donation actions that have been held by DSLNG with the Kodim 1308/Luwuk-Banggai. Since the early days of the plant construction, this blood donation social action has taken place in several sub-districts around the DSLNG Plant. Had stopped during the Covid-19 pandemic, for the first time on Wednesday (22/6/2022) as many as 253 donors participated in the donor action, after the last time it was held in January 2020. Overall, the trend of donors since 2018 has been observed to increase. This shows the increasing social awareness and health of employees and partners in the DSLNG Plant environment. Enthusiasm is increasingly visible from the implementation of the blood donation that has just taken place, where the number of participants is the largest. This time the blood donation was carried out while still implementing health protocols that adjusted the status of the Banggai Regency area which is at level 1 PPKM.
Still in a series of activities to commemorate World Environment Day on June 5, DSLNG held a webinar with the theme "Climate Change 101: A Cleaner and Greener Lifestyle.” This webinar discusses the climate crisis and energy-efficient lifestyle alternatives, Monday (6/6/2022). DSLNG invited Andyta Firselly Utami, an environmental economist from the World Bank as a speaker in a webinar attended by all employees and contractors in the DSLNG environment. In her material, Andyta explained about the extreme climate change conditions that are currently being faced by the world, along with various steps that can be taken to reduce the carbon footprint on earth. Andyta appealed to the use of Clean and Renewable Energy to be one of the efforts that can be done to reduce environmental pollution and the resilience of energy sources in the future.