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Gili T collects 10,000 plastic bags at World Cleanup Day

Gili T collects 10,000 plastic bags at World Cleanup Day

We are always happy when September rolls around and we get to partake in another World Clean Up Day! Usually, September falls in the dry season. There isn’t as much rubbish floating through the ocean, with little rain. The beaches are cleaner now that there is sadly...

Suparmans Treevolution: Seeds of the Future

Suparmans Treevolution: Seeds of the Future

Our sustainable future starts today With his ever impeccable timing, Suparman succeeded to hold another fun-filled morning at Suparman Pizza and nursery. Monday 17th August was Indonesia’s 75th year of Independence. This was the perfect opportunity to promote green...

Just how much rubbish can one island make?

Just how much rubbish can one island make?

Gili Eco Trust had the opportunity of hosting a group of engineer school students from France that came to conduct a 6 week analysis on how much waste Gili Trawangan, a tiny island only 7km in diameter is creating each day. Why do we throw our hands into the waste?...

World Oceans Day Gili 2020

World Oceans Day Gili 2020

Gili Trawangan has been stuck inside an island lockdown for almost 3 months now. No one allowed to enter and if you leave, you cannot return. After the initial few weeks, these strict measures meant that if islanders are sensible and social distancing, we can kind of...

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Xmas Market

Xmas Market

As tradition would have it, Gili Teak once again hosted the 3rd annual Christmas Eco Market last weekend getting islanders festive and ready for another high season, to grab a last minute Secret Santa gift, and to indulge in xmas mulled wine and pastries! For the...

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The Race for a Plastic Free Paradise

The Race for a Plastic Free Paradise

This year’s Gili Strong Triathlon was a huge success with more than 100 athletes competing in Gili Trawangan’s latest huge fundraising event. It was the 6th sporting event taking place on the island, raising money and awareness for the solutions in waste management...

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Just how much rubbish can one island make?

Just how much rubbish can one island make?

Gili Eco Trust had the opportunity of hosting a group of engineer school students from France that came to conduct a 6 week analysis on how much waste Gili Trawangan, a tiny island only 7km in diameter is creating each day. Why do we throw our hands into the waste?...

read more
World Oceans Day & One Month On

World Oceans Day & One Month On

World Oceans Day on Gili Trawangan each year is an incredible event bringing together tourists, divers, ocean enthusiasts and the local community, to learn through hands on workshops, activities and most importantly action for our oceans. In one single day,...

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