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By Dian Hasan | May 21, 2010 A simple question that accompanied a promotion for a seminar at University of San Francisco drew my attention; “How may cell phones, computers, and other hi-tech gadgets have you THROWN AWAY? If this … Continue reading
As waste management problems mount throughout the Indonesian archipelago, Yuyun Ismawati implements sustainable community-based waste and sanitation management programs that provide employment opportunities to low-income people and empower them to improve the environment.
By Ben Block | Worldwatch Institute | April 21, 2009 The Worldwatch Institute is honoring this year’s prize winners with a series of profiles based on personal interviews. Click here for additional profiles. The islands of Indonesia are overrun with … Continue reading