October 25, 2013
This post is also available in: IndonesianAfter 3 days of demolishing and rebuilding it was good to report that things are progressing well. Despite the odd afternoon of rain there is no stopping these guys. The new structure is looking really good. Check out the video below to see the latest construction progress. So far [...]
October 11, 2013
This post is also available in: IndonesianThere have been some great supporters of the Zam Zam orphanage project and I promised a thank you video for those that contributed the most. Well this video is really for all those that contributed but special mention goes to..
Andy, Jason, Patty, Carol, Rob, Julie, Wendy, Leigh and Carol [...]Posted In: Berdiri Projects
November 25, 2013
This post is also available in: IndonesianThe Revolution
200 years ago was around the time of the industrial revolution. It changed the world and has shaped what we know as life today. We are now in the midst of a new revolution that will once again shape the world in the centuries to come, the plastic [...]
November 19, 2013
This post is also available in: IndonesianLately there has been a lot of new map data released revealing the state of the earths forests and the alarming trend of increasing destruction vs regeneration. Indonesia has had the biggest forest losses in the last 12 years along with Brazil. For such a tiny nation with a [...]
November 18, 2013
This post is also available in: IndonesianGMB Akash is a photo journalist living in Bangladesh and is truly an inspiration with his photography and his actions to provide change and bettering the subject he photographs. Below is an email interview we did with GMB Akash so take a look at his inspirational work.
November 14, 2013
This post is also available in: IndonesianA new 51km road has been proposed to run 850 coal trucks per day to help more quickly provide coal to power stations across South East Asia. This would divide the Harapan rainforest, which is considered one of the most diverse places on Earth and a global-priority habitat for conservation. [...]
June 18, 2013
This post is also available in: IndonesianLouis theroux is known for tackling sensitive subjects head on. He approaches and questions with a casual innocence more alike to a regular citizen rather than an investigative reporter. This allows him to often get inside the defense of his human targets and get answers to questions we all [...]
April 23, 2013
This post is also available in: IndonesianChris Jordan brings to light through documentary photography an issue that is easily ignored. In the earths surrounding oceans there are gyres that hold any waste that is not correctly disposed of, and in the pacific Chris documents the effets this waste from plastics has on the island and wildlife of [...]
April 8, 2013
This post is also available in: IndonesianThis documentary takes a different approach. Throughout there is no commentary, but the use of simply the sound of forest destruction, factories and the silence of death make this ever more compelling. Brilliantly edited the documentary shows the tragic circumstances that surround the orangutans of Sumatra from the destruction [...]
April 4, 2013
This post is also available in: IndonesianPerhaps one of the most moving documentaries of the last ten years is The Cove. One man Rick O’barry is trying to stop the dolphin trade he played a large part in starting. A small cove on the coast of Japan is the focal point for this documentary where [...]
This post is also available in: IndonesianStaring in front of the white elephant of long beach and working our way in front of the sport center. It’s time for long beach to realise it’s potential of beauty. Take care of your city Bengkulu.
The event gallery…