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 […]Read More
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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 […]Read More
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 […]Read More
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, […]Read More