Indonesian artist Iskandar Hardjodimuljo transforms household waste into artworks as a form of cultural preservation and fronts a campaign to invite people to protect the environment from waste, especially single-use plastic.
Jakarta officially banned single-use plastic effective on 1 July. Head of Jakarta’s Environmental Agency, Sanitation Control Division, Edy Mulyanto, discussed the new regulation with NOW! Jakarta.
In July 2020, Sejauh Mata Memandang is involved in a series of activities to educate and increase public awareness to reduce the use of disposable plastic bags.
Accor has announced its commitment to join the UN Global Tourism Plastics Initiative and to remove all single-use plastic items in guest experience by the end of 2022.
Starbucks Indonesia has committed to eliminating the usage of single-use plastic straws with paper straws at its stores across the country.
Shoppers in Jakarta will soon be unable to carry their groceries in single-use plastic bags as the Jakarta administration has issued the regulation to ban it for commercials.
I Want to Smell The Perfume is a Jakarta-based social enterprise which combines positive social impact and environmental impact by actively partaking in women empowerment and reducing single-use plastic bag waste and marine debris