Green Investments and Sustainable Development in Indonesia

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Indonesia still has a long way to go towards achieving development. Although its gross national income (GNI) rose from USD 10,690 in 2015 to USD 11,220 in 2016, an estimated 93 million Indonesians continue to subsist on USD 3.10 a day (the World Bank’s moderate poverty line). Poverty in Indonesia is compounded by other issues like environmental degradation. Unsustainable agricultural methods such as deforestation lead to resource depletion, further perpetuating poverty in the country.

Green Tips for a Happy Earth Day from ADEC Innovations

Earth Day is quickly approaching on April 22nd! What are you doing to celebrate Earth Day? Here are 10 green tips from Rustle the Leaf to ensure that you have a happy Earth Day: Green Tip 1: Slow the Flow A faucet leaking just one drop per second wastes over 1,300 gallons per year! A leak from a hot water source wastes both water and fossil fuels, creating more greenhouse gasses. Most repairs to plumbing fixtures pay for themselves within just a year. Fix it!

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