New Eco Club Joins Campaign to Keep Bali Beautiful

Thirty high school students from SMAN1 Banjarankan, Bali took a field trip on Monday to inspire them to become eco-educators at their school. As the SMAN1 Eco Club, it will be their job to operate the school’s recycling program and to educate their fellow students about the value of recycling. These very motivated and smart… Read More

PRESIDENT AND GOVERNOR, PLEASE MAKE A RULE FOR DIET PLASTIC BAG

Original Post at https://www.change.org/p/presiden-jokowi-do2-dan-gubernur-basuki-btp-buatkan-peraturan-diet-kantong-plastik-pay4plastic?recruiter=35786871&utm_source=share_petition&utm_medium=facebook&utm_campaign=autopublish&utm_term=des-lg-action_alert-no_msg Indonesia has a serious problem with rubbish. The amount of rubbish that can be collected everyday in the Capital City could be 6,000 ton and the heap reach 30,000 meter- more than Borobudur Tample size. Averagely the use of plastic bag every people in Indonesia is 700 sheet per year. Plastig… Read More

Waste not, want not – making money from rubbish

By Emily Young BBC News Originally post http://www.bbc.com/news/business-31036601?fb_ref=Default But then waste is a subject dear to his heart. He is the founder and chief executive of social enterprise TerraCycle, a company whose aim is eliminating waste. “It’s a lofty ideal I know,” he says, but so far so good. In 13 years, US-based TerraCycle has… Read More