BENGAWAN LIMBAH: Ekspedisi 3 Sungai #14
A film by Ecological Observation and Wetlands Conservation (Indonesia)
Running Time: 14:24
The 548-kilometer stretch that is the Bengawan Solo River in Indonesia, has become a nightmare – once a destination because of its clear waters, has now become a body of water littered with waste. With the lack of support for the communities, the residents are left with no choice, but to ditch their waste down the river. This expedition explores this story.
Ecological Observation and Wetlands Conservation (ECOTON) began as a Biology Study Program in 1996. Due to a sense of concern for the environmental issues in East Java, particularly in Kali Surabaya, ECOTON was fully incorporated as a non-profit and non-government organization aimed at raising awareness on the increasing level of waste pollution in East Java’s rivers. Know more about ECOTON and their work here: https://ecoton.or.id/