Category Archives: Waste Management

Because Water Matters

By Dian Hasan | September 28, 2010 “Water is the source of life.” That’s a given that we all know. And we also know that countless (make that billions!) of people today still don’t have access to clean water. And … Continue reading

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How do business hotels become greener? Boston’s Seaport Hotel may have valuable insight

By Dian Hasan | October 8, 2009 As with everything in life, there’s real and imaginary, there are real people doing real work, and those who only talk about it. The same rule applies to businesses, it’s important to identify … Continue reading

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Interview with Brad Choyt, Director of John Hardy’s Green School in Bali, Indonesia

The Green School in Bali, a progressive English-based international school that was built on the mission to create a learning environment that is as close to the natural environment as possible. Open in 2008, brainchild of John Hardy, Canadian-born jeweler … Continue reading

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An ode to the earth’s most sustainable building material, Bamboo. Green School, Bali

By Dian Hasan | August 25, 2009 For centuries people across the the world’s sunbelt, and other tropical areas, have been living, breathing, eating bamboo. Bamboo was the source of choice for building materials, food, arts & crafts, and a … Continue reading

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Running Raw | Stark Mountain Climb

In this episode of the Running Raw Project: The beautiful fall scenery of Vermont serves as the backdrop for this 2,000 foot vertical race up Stark Mountain in Fayston, VT. Source: G Living

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Bali’s “Subak” agricultural system proposed as world heritage

The Indonesian government has proposed Bali’s subak traditional agricultural system be considered for the World Heritage List, for exemplifying effective water usage and management, an official said Wednesday. Hari Untoro, Director General for Historical Cultural Preservation at the Culture and … Continue reading

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Eco Bali ~ The Mission for a Greener Bali

For several years, waste has been a major problem in Bali and with a lacking waste disposal system in place and a spiraling rise in the population, the streets have never looked worse. Realising that we are all on the … Continue reading

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