Equipped with simple hardware, Mentawai indigenous youth learn how to conceptualize, write script, and take videos, share stories of their life and environment.
Prigi talks about his involvement in the Pulau Plastik documentary, imported waste, messages about protecting the environment, to funding, both foreign and local for NGOs in Indonesia.
Access to information and data, resources, are some of the challenges faced by journalists when reporting on social and environmental impacts There needs to be a change in the current form of collaboration
Beginning from a love for idols – K-Pop artists -, fans are developing movements and channeling their energies to raise awareness of the environment and the climate crisis.
Mentawai indigenous journalists learn how visual media can help tell environmental damage better, and reach a wider community.
Youth and residents of Ranupani village, Lumajang subdistrict, East Java have work together to tackle waste issues following the increased interest in Hiking Mount Semeru. Local government is yet to weigh in on the problem.