Equatorial climate at its best Published on Gili Life Covering over 5,000 km, Indonesia is one of the largest archipelagoes in the world, with thousands of islands stretching along the equator. Indeed, most of the country has an equatorial climate, which means temperatures are quite stable throughout the year, ranging from 22°C to 32°C. However, […]
On October 2014, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched the Swachh Bharat Abhyan Mission (Clean India) which includes the challenge to provide all Indians with a toilet and eradicate open defecation by 2019. This article was written following Billion Bricks visit to Konchur, Karnataka in 2016, where the team went to assess the viability of the project to build new toilets for the village.
The Kite world is getting smaller and more connected thanks to Kite OnAir, THE one-stop website for all that is kite surfing and related disciplines. Brainchild of passionate kiter and instructor Stefano, this website was created to respond to a much needed service among worldwide kiters: get connected and spread this sport! Stefano is an […]
Population: 3,600,000 Language: Sasak Geography: Lombok Religion: Islam (Wetu Telu), Islam (Waktu Lima), Bodha (Buddhist, Hindu and animistic influences) SASAK ARCHITECTURE Traditional Sasak houses are representative of a family social status and hierarchy and are typically built in rows in the low part of the village. Made in wood and woven bamboo (bedek), they have […]
Compiled by Purple Hexagon Records’ label manager dj Kikx, Other Tempos is a collection of 10 tracks featuring some of the most creative underground artists from around the world. Expect an exploration across downtempo and psy dub sounds celebrating the universal language of music and designed to make listeners travel in space and time. Enjoy […]
Earthships can be customised according to the needs of the people living in it, but at the same time they educate people on their energy consumption. “You cause people to be aware that everything is finite. That energy is finite. People don’t think like that now, because it is provided, they just need to pay for it and can have as much they want.
The transition from the brightness of a full moon to the darkness of a moonless night has fascinated peoples and influenced beliefs throughout history. The rhythms of the lunar cycles remain a vital reference for many cultures all over the world. Since the most ancient times, people have observed the waning and waxing of the moon and used these regular cycles to mark time.