From July 2021 until mid-September, we had two internship students coordinated by ACICIS. The two students are Jackie and Inga from Australia. Usually, internships with ACICIS are done offline or directly in our headquarter office. However, this internship is done virtually due to the pandemic, which does not allow participants to come to Bali.
Thirty-four years ago, the Montreal Protocol on efforts to reduce "Substances that Deplete the Ozone Layer" was agreed. This meeting originated from scientists' findings in the late 1970s related to the emergence of a large hole in the earth's ozone layer.
Every year Subak has been decreasing in line with the shrinking water resources in Bali. “After 2015, in my area [Subak Uma Lebah, Petulu Village] the water debit began to decrease and dry land increased by one hectare every year,” said Kadek Suardika in the Bali Water Protection’s webinar “The Role of Subak in Water Resources Conservation” on Friday, 27 August 2021.
For more than 30 years, the farmer community in Sendang Pasir (Bali) never found a clear status for the land they've maintained for years. However, the Right to Cultivate (HGU) from PT. Margarana ended on December 31, 2005. Then the Supreme Court's number 591 PK/Pdt/2018 on August 10, 2010, came out but didn't relieve Sendang Pasir farmer.
For almost two decades, IDEP has been delivering practical programs and public education activities to communities in need all over Indonesia. IDEP develops and delivers training, community programs and media about sustainable development through Permaculture, and community-based disaster management.
To date the work that has been done has resulted in:Over 10,000 kids joined environmental educational activities
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In the Balinese language 'IDEP' is the aspect of human consciousness that is our ability to plan and think critically.
This name helps us convey our belief that in this age of increasingly challenging life situations, it is our ability to understand our environments and create appropriate solutions for sustainable development, that will maximize our positive impact on this world and give us all a better chance for survival.
IDEP welcome anyone wishes to help us in our work, at field or in our office. From joining Garden Day every Friday of the week to a long-term volunteering offer of minimum 4 weeks. No support is too small.Volunteering at IDEP Foundation