MY GREEN SCHOOL DREAM IN BALI

Tuesday, 22 November 2016
John Hardy co-founded the extraordinary Green School in Bali, where kids get a holistic and green education.





While I was searching for innovating sustainable designs, I came across "Bali's Green School" and I absolutely had to share this TED talk and article with you! 
Although it may seem not to have any relevance to sustainability in large cities like ours but it does. Most schools in North America and Europe are built by the same firms/organizations that has built prisons and hospitals. This has a lot of physiological impacts on students and their learning experience. John Hardy, co-founder of Green School in Bali expresses how sustainability is a crucial part in educational settings and how it helps diminish learning disability. Most of us know that nature contributes natural healing in many ways and this project shows proof of that.

The article I recommend reading in reference to the TED Talk is, “Bali School Makes Sustainability a Way if Life” written by Bettina Wassener from The New York Times.


WASSENER, BETTINA. "Bali School Makes Sustainability a Way of Life." The New York Times. N.p., 02 Jan. 2011. Web.


Cite: "The Green School / PT Bambu" 13 Oct 2010. ArchDaily. Accessed 22 Nov 2016.


Sustainability is definitely a way of life, how can you be sustainable in your city?

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