Sustainable and environment-friendly examples from Bali and beyond.

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Bambu Indah

A radically distinctive boutique hotel in Ubud, unique luxury experience in a lush natural environment. Dense tropical jungle and river pools.

Bali is at the heart of the Indonesian archipelago stretching 150 km wide and 80km from north to south. Its unique variant...
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Bali solar energy

PLN, Indonesia electricity company, plans to generate 50 MW of renewable electricity in 2021 from two solar powered plants in Bali.

The Government’s has promised alignment to the Paris Agreement and plans to reach a target of 25% renewable energy within 2025. Two...
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Biodegradable Indonesian Plastic

Avani’s cassava-based biodegradable bags and products are solutions to the worldwide plastic problem.

It’s imperative today to replace plastic with biodegradable solutions made from renewable sources. Avani makes bags from industrial grade cassava starch and...
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Dracaena benefits

This plant removes many pollutants. It's perfect for an healthy home.

People use Dracaena for the health benefits they offer. Dracaena, which name comes from ancient greek, meaning female dragon, is a genus...
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Plastic roads

Indonesia uses plastic and rubber tires waste for road asphalt. A clever way to reduce plastic pollution.

Indonesia began to use plastic and rubber tires waste or a mixture of both for the asphalt material of the highway. The...
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Golden pothos

Effective in removing formaldehyde, thrives also under fluorescent lights and it's very easy to care for.

Epipremnum aureum is an evergreen climber with a multitude of common names including golden pothos, hunter’s robe, ivy arum, money plant, silver...
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Eco Bali

An affordable recycling service for homes and business.

Eco Bali invented a two bin system. One red bin for all non-organic waste like glass, metal and plastic and one green...
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Green School Bali

Architectural wonder to educate for sustainability.

Founded and conceived by John and Cynthia Hardy in 2006, Green School opened in 2008 with 90 students and a tailor-made campus...
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Bamboo buildings in Bali

Bamboo is booming here, showing excellent examples of a sustainable way to build.

The Indonesian island of Bali is witnessing a new trend. Bamboo building, emblem of sustainable construction, are replacing concrete and steel. Buildings...
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Asbestos

This dangerous material is still used everywhere in Indonesia.

The danger of using asbestos roofs for people is big. Exposition to asbestos dust leads to mesothelioma cancer. Asbestos is everywhere in...
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bandwidth and economic wealth

There is a relationship between available bandwidth and economic health. After Singapore in the lead, the six top countries for speed are all European.

There is a relationship between available bandwidth and economic health. Worldwide broadband speed league 2018 has organized a study based on over...
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Microplastic in your salt

Planet or plastic? Salt produced in Indonesia, using the ancient technique of evaporating seawater contains lots of microplastics.

Salt produced in Indonesia, using the ancient technique of evaporating seawater, has been found to contains some of the highest microplastics sampled....
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