For a greener Idul Fitri
Forests and Landscape Restoration manager at World Resources Institute
PREMIUM My annual Idul Fitri or Eid tradition has been pretty much the same since I was little. It usually consists of buying new clothes, going back to my hometown, greeting and visiting relatives, feasting on traditional food and visiting tourist attractions. As I grew older, however, I began noticing that Idul Fitri can be bad for the environment. Every year in my hometown of Semarang in Central Jav...
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