12 Sep
  • By Tim Fijal
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An expedition into the Sabangau Forest with Pak Idrus

After thirty minutes of speeding through reeds and labyrinthine backwaters adjacent to the Sabangau Forest on a canoe-like klotok, we glided onto a loamy riverbank where it met the mouth of an illegal logging canal.  Our boat driver and guide for the day was Pak Idrus, a good-humoured Dayak local working as a dam builder […]

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24 Jul
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A greenie, a jar, and a message on a ricebag by: Ruby

8 months, a 600 gram mason jar of trash, 2 suitcases full of stuff, and a crazy happy human being. This 14th blog post marks the end (or should I say beginning?) of a quest for less… Last month, I presented a TED-style talk to the entire Green School Community. My journey of zero-waste and […]

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08 Jul
  • By Jana
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GIVING A DAM

In October 2015, the Borneo Nature Foundation came to Green School and screened a hastily produced documentary titled ‘The Heart of the Haze’. Through this film we learned about the catastrophic fires that were devastating the forests of Central Kalimantan and the two-decade long history of deforestation in the region. We were shocked by how […]

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27 Apr
  • By Annisa Fauziah
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ANNISA: HELLO JAPAN! (HANDs! PROJECT PART 2)

This is the part 2 after my exciting trip in the Philippines with the Hands! Project. Finally, Japan time! I had been waiting for so long! There were so many things to learn from this beautiful country, but we have too little time. In Japan, we mostly learned about the common disaster in Japan, such as earthquake and tsunami. […]

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