Festival Club: Sayang Kalimantan



 
25 Oct 2018 19:30 - 20:30
/ / Free
Bar Luna. Jl. Raya Ubud (Google Maps)

In 2015, forest fires in Indonesia put more carbon into the atmosphere than Europe’s annual carbon footprint. In the two years that followed, Wally Tham and his team worked with local young people to design and build Indonesia’s first functioning haze shelter. This inspiring documentary captures a victory for grassroots activism.

Pada tahun 2015, kebakaran hutan di Indonesia menyumbang lebih banyak karbon ke atmosfer dibandingkan dengan jejak karbon tahunan di Eropa. Dalam dua tahun berikutnya, Wally Tham dan timnya bekerja dengan para pemuda setempat untuk merancang dan membangun penampung kabut pertama di Indonesia. Film dokumenter yang menginspirasi ini menangkap gambaran kemenangan bagi aktivitas masyarakat lokal.

Featuring

Emmanuela Shinta

Emmanuela Shinta is a Dayak leader, activist, filmmaker and writer whose work is widely known in the Asia Pacific for leading the youth movement to voice Indigenous rights. She is …



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