2018: The 1907’s tsunami in Simueleu, West Aceh caused massive calamities and victims because people didn’t run when the water hit the island, but in 2004 most of the inhabitants were saved because of the SMONG story. Smong (which means “tsunami” in Devayan Language) is part of the Simeulue indigenous culture which means 'ocean that travels to land', caused by an earthquake and warns everyone to escape uphill. The message is: 'Do not ask questions, do not look back, but run'. Anusa, born and raised on the island survived the Tsunami of 1907 and 2004 is telling her story about the giant natural disaster she experienced twice in her life. She tells the ‘Smong’ story of how traditional knowledge can save lives.
2018: Sustainable Solutions is an annual eco festival in Green School Bali since 2016.
2018: Green School celebrates 10 years of disrupting education. Watch this documentary to see how the times have changed over the years and see some of the milestones of the Green School journey.
2018: Green Stone is a Green School's final exam for 12th graders. The exam is similar to TED-Talk where students should present a project of their own to the whole Green School community. It's a platform for students to develop public speaking skill while implementing Green School skills they acquired.
2019: Water is life and needs to be respected. For the Bayan people in the North of Lombok who have been practicing an acculturation called ‘Wetu Telu’, there is a reciprocal and unique relationship with water. Water has significant cultural importance and has a spiritual entity, which comes with certain duties and responsibilities to ensure that it is respected, protected, and nurtured. The water and the earth are represented in the black colour yarns the women use for weaving. The textiles woven in the Bayan village are inspired with different patterns, motifs and earthy colors and all the motifs have their own unique philosophy. Wearing the woven cloth is important to not forget their customs and culture. The water has traditionally and continuously been used in their ceremonies, to grow medicines, and for cleansing and purification and it represents life and wellness for agriculture, human beings, plants and animals.
2019: "Emas itu Ampas" is documentary film about how some people in Salatiga and Jakarta repurposing spent coffee ground from coffee shops. This movement, even though not yet popular among Indonesian people, but is important to help reduce spent coffee ground goes to landfill. It is good both for green economy and healthy environment in Indonesia.
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