Sustainable and environment friendly examples for the present future

Vegetable Block Printing

Vegetable Block Printing

Block printing is the process of printing onto fabric or paper using a hand-cut block, usually made of wood. Carve the block, apply ink, then print fun begins.

Block printing technique is super fun and easy once you know the basics. You can print fabric, paper or whatever, just pick the right type of ink. Wood blocks are longer lasting so that can be p...
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Bio Cement

Bio Cement

No kiln firing, No CO2 emissions. Grown sustainable building material.

Growing biologically controlled calcium carbonate cement by employing microorganisms. 99% less carbon footprint compared to cement. Formed at ambient temperatures without dust release. ...
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Raising Awareness

Raising Awareness

Mission Blue inspires action to explore and protect the ocean for a global network of marine protected areas.

Mission Blue embarks on regular oceanic expeditions that shed light on these vital ecosystems and implements communications campaigns. They created a global network of marine protected areas...
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Immune Boost Drinks

Immune Boost Drinks

An interview with healthy drink producer Iris from Live Essences.

Live Essences Wellness shots contains essential probiotics and vital acetic acids, powerful remedies that aid digestion and boost the immune system and fight bad bacteria. Their mission is ...
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Mosquito Repellent Plants

Mosquito Repellent Plants

Mosquito repellent plants that you can easily grow in your balcony or garden area. It’s about your health.

Mosquitoes are attracted by the carbon dioxide we exhale. Many plant repels mosquitos and some can alleviate the bite hitch. Get rid of any stagnant or standing water in your yard and get ...
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Bali Plastic Bags Ban

Bali Plastic Bags Ban

Denpasar just introduced a new prohibition of plastic bags, Styrofoam and plastic straws in supermarkets, convenience stores and shopping centres.

The UN Environment Program estimates that 8 million tonnes of plastic is dumped in the oceans each year. Over 60% of this which generated by China, Indonesia, the Philippines, Vietnam and Thai...
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Bambu Indah

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 150km wide and 80km from north to south. Its unique variant of Hinduism influences every aspect of island culture, from day-to-day vil...
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Asbestos

Asbestos

This dangerous material, made forbidden in western countries more than 30 years ago, is still used everywhere in Indonesia.

The danger of using asbestos roofs for people is big. Exposition to asbestos dust leads to mesothelioma cancer. Made illegal in western countries more than 30 years ago, asbestos is still used ever...
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Bandwidth and Economic Wealth

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 163 million speed tests in 200 countries. In 2028 ...
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