The beach clean-up activities in the Seribu Islands and the Jakarta coast are complemented by an audit process for the collected waste during the beach clean-up process.
The activity of exchanging single-use plastic bags with reusable bags, which is usually done in public places, such as modern shops, markets and the Car Free Day area.
Together with other 8 organizations, GIDKP initiated the Pawai Bebas Plastik (Plastic Free Parade) in commemoration of #PlasticFreeJuly. Joined by hundreds of organizations and communities from all over Indonesia, the parade aims to re-call for reducing single-use plastics, especially with the creation of local government policies and the responsibility of the business sector in waste […]
Augmented Reality applications that are arranged as a learning medium regarding the life cycle of single-use plastics. This application can be downloaded on the Google Store, by completing the education card provided by GIDKP.
An educational program that encourages students and other school members to know about environmental problems, especially the plastic waste problem in their respective schools, and to design programs as a solution to dealing with these problems. This program was started in 2016 together with @atamerica, the United States Cultural Center in Jakarta.
Plastic-Free Market Program in Cihapit and Kosambi Traditional Market, Bandung City.
Collaboration program in an exhibition of art installations made from a collection of various types of plastic waste. This art exhibition which was held in 2019 in Jakarta is intended to provide education about plastic waste and how all levels of society can take a role as a solution for tackling plastic waste.
Collaboration for the preparation of the education module Envirochallenge 2018-2021.
Plastic-Free Market Program in Pasar Baru Bogor and Kebon Kembang Traditional Market, Bogor City.
Plastic-Free Market Program in Tebet Barat Traditional Market, South Jakarta.