Indonesia tidak pernah kehabisan bakat-bakat muda calon generasi penerus bangsa yang cemerlang lho, Sahabat Kimia. .
Sempat viral di pertengahan tahun 2017, Naufal Raziq, siswa kelas 3 MTs Negeri 1 Langsa, Aceh berhasil menemukan energi listrik dari pohon kedondong. .
Berawal dari tugas sekolah, bocah yang juga mengagumi Thomas Alva Edison dan BJ Habbibie ini memulai proyek ini sejak usia 13 tahun melalui pelajaran Ilmu Pengetahuan Alam. .
Pertama ia diajarkan mengenai adanya listrik dari kandungan buah-buah asam seperti kentang, jeruk, dan mangga. .
Jadi Naufal menemukan kedondong pagar ini terpikir oleh buah asam tentu saja di pohonnya mengandung asam. Naufal menemukan kedondong pagar ini bertahap, dari mangga, belimbing, asam Jawa, sekurangnya tiga tahun. .
Pohon kedondong pagar, menurut Naufal Raziq, memiliki batang yang besar dan mudah tumbuh sehingga dianggap mampu lebih cepat menyediakan listrik. .
Orang tuanya menuturkan, ia sudah memiliki bakat bereksplorasi sejak duduk di Taman Kanak-kanak (TK), seperti membongkar mainan mobil-mobilannya dan menggunakan dinamo penggerak mainannya untuk menggerakkan mainan lainnya. .
Sumber : Tribunnews .
Simple yet special Yen shoes in white with a contrast stitching in production. This style was developed in 1994 and it is always presented in our stores regardless of seasonal collections #trippen#trippenshoes
Everything in this shot is goals 🙌🌿 I wish I could say I did this flat lay but nope 😅 I’m reposting to win all these amazing products from ethical Aussie brands, cos wouldn’t it be the coolest Christmas present ever 🤩 #EthicalGoodies
Try your favourite coffee in one of our re-usable Enamel Mugs and take a step to reducing your waste and join the fight against disposable cup pollution // available online and in store
Keep it Positive ➕🔘
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honour your longing⠀⠀⠀
when you are in the depths ⠀⠀⠀
of internal growth, ⠀⠀⠀
and healing 🌸.
Candle BLISS: Settle. Allow yourself a moment of stillness and calm. Powerful notes of jasmine create a floral undertone, fused with spicy, heady ylang ylang. Fields of lavender, strike an herbaceous top note, gilded gently with sweet chamomile and fresh notes of geranium.
Water is a precious commodity all around the world 💦 If we all start living a little more consciously we really can start a clean & green revolution. For every hemp sheet we save 9000 litres of water versus a cotton sheet, that’s per sheet & if that's not enough reason to start thinking hemp, here's some more:
High Breathability-all climate perfect, Stain resistant, Naturally mould & mildew resistant, Highest UV factor, Allergy friendly, Whisks moisture away, Becomes softer with every use, Fertiliser & Herbicide free, Will last a lifetime, Is totally biodegradable & recyclable & that's just the TOP 10🌱🙏🏼
Not only did we want to create swimwear that was functional and ooozed feminine vibes...we also wanted to offer a swimwear choice that stood for the ethical and sustainable values that we hold dear to our hearts ♥️
Last night was about diversity, love and equality ❤️ @melaninboxes are a truly amazing company that work hard to make sure everyone has the opportunity and potential to shine equally ⭐️ read about how Aysha is changing the future on my blog, link in bio 💛
Thank you @pinatex for hosting a lovely festive gathering last night! I'm here with the Inspiring Dr Carmen Hijosa who developed Pinatex. We will be showing the latest pinatex fabrics at the next #FutureFabricsExpo 24th, 25th January at Iris Studios in west London #sustainable#innovation#pinatex
Our recs for your favorite feminist. We love @mahalo.care's entire line of products but we are particularly fond of their Red My Lips color, especially since a portion of proceeds are donated to an organization that fights victim blaming and domestic violence. Next, the @tomboydesignco Feminst AF pocket tee because sometimes we just need to wear our feminist values on our sleeve (or pocket!) Third, the @minerology boob ring to remind us to be proud of our bodies! Next, the future is female pencil for your favorite note-taking feminista. Fifth, @palermobody aromatherapy oil rollers - because fighting the patriarchy is hard and we all need a way to unwind. And last, the perfect half moon earrings for your moon-centric lady friends.
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Happy Chanukah! We hope your first night is filled with family, sweets, and the best smells from Bubbie's oven!
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I genuinely feel so lucky to have fallen in love with someone who shares so many of my values ❤️💚 Those values have prevented us from having our own Christmas tree in the past but this year we found a way to decorate a tree without purchasing a plastic one or chopping one down.. find out how in today's episode of #Vlogmas 🎁🎄
🎄 CHRISTMAS GIVEAWAY! 🎄
Some of my sustainable faves and I have teamed up to bring you our Christmas Giveaway - a festive bonanza full of amazing zero-waste and ethical gifts. No sponsors, no ads, we just wanted to share the love.
The hamper includes...
- British Alpaca bed socks from @AllyBeeKnitwear
- Super luxurious Shea butter soap from @lumifinland, both courtesy of me
- A hand carved wooden heart spoon and an Adventure Notebook from @themarketgrace
- A beautiful planter crocheted from recycled yarn handmade by @sophiebenson
- A wax Prosecco candle and candle holder courtesy of @thegoodlife.company
- A £20 gift card for @Maykherfashion
- A $25 gift card for @Kiva.org courtesy of @florandcesta
- And @Treeeraco will help offset your carbon emissions by planting 20 trees on your behalf🎄
1. Follow me and like this post 👍🏻
2. Go to @thegoodlife.company and follow her account 👀
3. Find the matching photo to this one and follow her instructions until you close the loop and get back to me (there are 5 accounts to go through) ⛄️⛄️⛄️⛄️⛄️
4. Tag a friend if you want a bonus entry 💚
Competition closes 5pm, 16th December. Good luck!
Getaway Cabin Dreaming.. 💭
Villa Boréale designed by @cargoarchitecture 🌿
Photographed by Dave Tremblay 📷
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I love the ocean because it is calm, beautiful and infinite but also angry, harsh and magnificent… and that intrigues me.
Earlier this week, I watched a documentary called ‘A Plastic Ocean’ on Netflix. What I learn was completely mind blowing and incredibly sad.
Over the last ten years, we have produced more plastic than what was produced in the last century (how is that even remotely sustainable?!). We are now producing nearly 300 million tons of plastic every year, half of which is for single use. More than 8 million tons (that is 17,636,982,400 pounds!!) of plastic is dumped into our oceans every year. It is estimated that 100,000 marine animals die each year from plastic waste.
Plastic waste is incredibly harmful to our ecosystem and yet, plastic is seemingly impossible avoid. There are a few simple changes that can make a big difference!
- Invest in a reusable water bottle (Stainless steel is a great option!)
- Avoid plastic straws (@taraamackey has a great post on this!), to-go containers, cups and utensils.
- Avoid excess food packaging at the grocery store.
- Say no to single use plastic bags and bring your own bags when shopping
- Reuse and recycle! I can’t stress this enough. Most of the plastic we consume on daily basis is intended for single use when in reality, it can be used several times! Once you are ready to dispose of the plastic, be sure you are recycling it properly!
- Image the item you are buying or throwing away floating in the ocean, being consumed by a sea creature or washing up on the shores of a beautiful beach. Do you really need that item? Can you live without it? Is there a more eco friendly option you could use instead?
If anyone in the San Diego area wants to meet for a beach clean up, HMU!
Billion Oyster Project students speak @nyccouncil to help protect NY Harbor from sewage overflow.
From Liam, an @harborschool student: "New York Harbor was once a stunning habitat that was home to an inconceivable amount of biodiversity but now you can hardly see your fist two feet in front of your face. We are a city that has forgotten its roots; the harbor that allowed us safe passage and access to shipping we have used as a personal dumping ground. The oysters that built our economy are now killed off by over-pollution, the fish we once thrived off of are now too toxic to even think of eating. We can change this. We could go back to what we what had and the first steps would be the removal of the Combined Sewage Overflow systems in New York Harbor." #marineeco#nyc#nyharbor#water#sustainable