Connecting youth and respecting indigenous wisdom at Green School’s Sustainable Solutions 2019.
Green School Bali will host Sustainable Solutions 2019 , an annual music, arts, and environmental festival on May 2-4, 2019, with the theme ’ Connect, Respect, Protect ’.
Taking place at Green School , the wall-less bamboo school in the middle of the jungle, Sustainable Solutions aims to connect, inspire and equip the community to live more sustainably NOW! Sustainable Solution 2019, the 5th edition of the event, focuses on youth connections, activism and Indigenous wisdom and will involve students from Green School, Bali, the region and from around the world.
The three-day Sustainable Solutions 2019 festival will feature inspiring speakers from around the world, workshops, talks, panel discussions, music and dance performances, artistic activities ; to vendor showcases, farmers market, and much more. Follow our social media and website as the program’s details will be regularly updated.The event will be open to students and the public with daily or three-day passes available through the website. Tickets go on sale via the website in mid-February.
Green School is inviting indigenous people from around the world to connect, learn and share solutions in the Sustainable Solutions 2019 to respect and protect their wisdom of the Earth. Students are also invited to participate from other countries and continents to present, explore and collaborate on projects with common goals.
Over the past few decades, globalization has impaired the earth, both directly and indirectly. Today, Mother Earth is facing a lot of environmental issues, such as climate change, overproduction of waste, illegal logging, air and water pollution, and so many more. As human beings, we have become more and more disconnected from nature, as well as from each other. It is time to: Connect, Respect, Protect.
Sustainable Solutions is one of the largest eco-festivals held by a school for students and the community focusing on sustainability. Joining the event will be internationally-known indigenous speakers and activists including George Nuku (Maori, New Zealand) , Kevin Locke (Lakota, US), Butet Manurung (Sokola Rimba, Indonesia), Farwisa Farhan (Indonesia) and many more. Full programme details will be announced in early March 2019.
Last year, 800 people attended Sustainable Solutions 2018 at Green School with 45 international and local speakers and 40 solutions makers.