We experienced a flood of waste being washed into the ocean in Bali earlier this year. At the same time, we received a call for help from Long Island (Andaman Islands, India) and started looking for solutions for small islands crushed by a rubbish wave. We’d like to present some […]Weiterlesen
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Just follow the red arrows, he said. But there are none, in fact, there haven’t been any in quite a while. The squishing sound of our feet sinking ankle-deep into the mud mixes with the buzzing of countless insects. Lit by a sunbeam falling through the thick forest canopy, a […]Weiterlesen
Plastic is on our mind. Every high tide leaves behind a line of plastic on the beach of Amed. Every heavy rain shower washes half-burned or openly collected rubbish from the settlements and streets into fields and streams, distributed by the wind, animals and more rain, eventually, most it ends […]Weiterlesen
Inselleben Jahrelang habe ich nun auf kleinen Inseln gelebt, je abgelegener umso besser, viel Natur, möglichst wenig Menschen, oft kaum Internet, aus der Welt, sich selbst genug und im Moment sein. Die Besuche in Europa waren immer zu kurz, voll mit Treffen und Unternehmungen, oft gingen Begrüßungen direkt in Abschiede […]Weiterlesen
We liked Bali from the moment we arrived: Already on the way from the airport to Radha Homestay we noticed happily how traditional styles are beautifully combined with natural, symbolic and day-to-day elements in a unique way not only within the many temples but basically everywhere: from houses to hotels, […]Weiterlesen