Solutions

Small or big, here are some solutions to environmental problems.

solutions
Solutions

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...
Learn more
solutions
Solutions

Electric cars in Thailand

The Thai Government has a goal of getting 1.2 m electric vehicles on the road by 2036.

The Thai Government has a goal of getting 1.2 m electric vehicles on the road by 2036. “the rising number of registered...
Learn more
solutions
Solutions

The Ocean Cleanup

Trash accumulates in 5 ocean garbage patches, the largest one being the Great Pacific Garbage Patch. If left to circulate, the plastic will impact our ecosystems, health and economies.

Trash accumulates in 5 ocean garbage patches, the largest one being the Great Pacific Garbage Patch, located between Hawaii and California. If...
Learn more
solutions
Solutions

Bali wave energy park

Wello will build a 10 MW Wave Energy Park in Nusa Penida an island close to Bali.

Currently more than 60% of the worlds electricity is produced with fossil fuels. With 75% of the earth’s surface being covered by...
Learn more
solutions
Solutions

Stop alien species

At recent ASEAN meeting Indonesia pushed the need to combat invasive alien species.

At recent ASEAN meeting in Canada, Indonesia, represented by Dr. Gono Semiadi of the Indonesian Institute of Sciences (LIPI), stressed that the...
Learn more
solutions
Solutions

Bali water protection

This project calls on Bali’s leadership and responsibility to address the island’s diminishing water table and rapidly dropping levels of freshwater availability.

We are pumping the ground water dry and we must act now to avoid permanent damage. Bali is on the verge of...
Learn more
solutions
Solutions

ASEAN against plastic pollution

ASEAN Centre for Biodiversity (ACB) joins the movement against the use of plastics, supports the initiatives in banning plastic use.

Every year, the world produces around five trillion plastic bags. That is about 700 bags per person. Utilized for just a few...
Learn more
solutions
Solutions

Gringgo smarter waste collection

Born in Bali this platform for recycling is tackling the trash problem head on.

In many places around the world, trash is a big problem and recycling is not easy, so people don’t recycle. Gringgo make...
Learn more
solutions
Solutions

Artotel bamboo

Luxury meets sustainability. Looking good with excellent bamboo architecture in Sanur, Bali.

With a state of the art brand new bamboo construction, Artotel Beach Club in Sanur, Bali brings vibrancy and color to the...
Learn more
solutions
Solutions

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...
Learn more
solutions
Solutions

Trash hero

This global phenomena is growing bigger. And it's happening in Bali too.

So you like to talk trash huh? The Trash Hero movement is a global phenomena and is growing bigger. They educate and...
Learn more
solutions
Solutions

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...
Learn more
solutions
Solutions

Eco Regions Indonesia

The Eco Region approach aspire to be a game changer for large scale green development.

The plan is to create Southeast Asia’s no. 1 green destination and attract the world’s most engaged green partners and most passionate...
Learn more
solutions
Solutions

Byebye plastic bags

Youth Driven Change to get the people of Bali to say no to plastic bags.

Byebye plastic bags is an initiative from children to force all the people to say no to plastic bags, because of the...
Learn more
solutions
Solutions

Singapore Botanic Gardens

This outstanding world of plants is a UNESCO world heritage site. A must see for all!

With 4 millions visitors per year, 150 years of connecting plant and people, free entrance and his own subway stop, the Singapore...
Learn more
solutions
Solutions

SOS from the deep

CTC provides education and training to make sure that marine protected areas!

Coral Reefs need our help now! More than 27% of the world’s coral reefs are already lost. If we don’t do anything...
Learn more
solutions
Solutions

Gardens by the bay

An astonishing example of sustainable edutainment environment

TLDR Rated number 3 on things to do in Singapore Tripadvisor Reached more than 40 million visitors to date World’s top 20...
Learn more
solutions
Solutions

Indonesian waste platform

Hub promoting and facilitating cross-sector collaborations for solutions on the waste problems in Indonesia.

Indonesian Waste Platform is a hub – promoting and facilitating cross-sector collaborations for solutions on the waste problems in Indonesia. “Every individual...
Learn more
solutions
Solutions

Green walls

Absorb pollution, offer cooling shade and cost much less than any other walls.

Green walls are not only visually pleasant, but naturally absorb CO2 and other pollutants thus cleaning the air. Singapore Raffles Hospital Let’s...
Learn more
solutions
Solutions

Maya green roof

Luxury meets efficiency. Cutting energy bill and looking good in Sanur, Bali.

Designed by award-winning architect, Budiman Hendropurnomo of Denton Corker Marshall, Maya Sanur Resort feature an innovative design that elevates aesthetics to exciting...
Learn more