We walked into this one a little blind, like a lot of things we’ve done on Earth Bound so far really. The only clue we had to what was about to unveil was that Sarita was giddy with excitement, but once again - a pretty regular thing. We were told it was called Saman Dance, … Continue reading Traditional Heroes
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Indonesia - and even the whole world - is polluted with dumping places and burning pits. Just outside Sanur, a province in Bali, is a huge dumping place that is connected to to the ocean and pollutes everything around it. When I drive on the main road with the motorbike, it makes me want to throw … Continue reading The World of Trash
During our “One Mile Deep - Sibang Kaja” learning period, we went on a little adventure to see what was happening around the village. Sitting in the back of the Kul Kul Farm truck, the Earth Bound team set off to a Biogas farm just around the corner from Green School. We smelt the cows … Continue reading Biogas in Bali
I was heartbroken to look down to see a river so repulsive; it had trash of all shapes and sizes flowing through the murky water. The voice of the river rang out clear and strong. It was not singing, it was screaming. People hunched over to pick up the garbage with their bare hands, then … Continue reading Mr. Trash Wheel
How can we change the mindset of people to think in a more sustainable way and how can we transform trash into a normal everyday thing? This was the first question that entered everyone's mind the day we were told we were going to collect trash from the beach and then make it into … Continue reading One Girl’s Trash is Another Girl’s Fashion