【After Sunrise SYNOPSIS】

“After Sunrise” is a masterpiece of documentary filmmaking from SMAN 2 Singaraja that explores the relationship between global temperature rise and some of Bali’s Hindu cultures. In this questioning journey, the film features interviews with religious leaders, the head of SMAN 2 Singaraja, and other interviewees who have unique views on climate change. The film discusses how Balinese religious teachings hold a responsibility towards the sustainability of nature and how these beliefs can be a source of inspiration to keep the earth sustainable. At the same time, the film highlights the coming together of religious provisions and concrete actions to fight climate change.With beautiful visual imagery and a strong narrative, “After Read more about 【After Sunrise SYNOPSIS】[…]


The documentary “Bali Knits the Climate” takes us to the island of Bali, which is famous for its natural and cultural beauty. But Bali is also facing a serious problem, which is climate change. climate change. The movie starts its story with the celebration of Nyepi, a day when everyone in Bali is are not allowed to leave the house. The movie teaches us how important it is to protect the forests, which are called the “lungs of the world. of the world.” People in Bali have worked hard to plant trees and keep their forests healthy. and keep their forests healthy. We also meet Balinese youth who are fighting for fairer Read more about 【BALI MERAJUT IKLIM (BALI KNITS THE CLIMATE) SYNOPSIS】[…]


Climate change is a long-term change in the Earth’s temperature, weather patterns and overall climate. One of the biggest impacts of climate change is an increase in the concentration of greenhouse gases in the Earth’s atmosphere. One type of gas is carbon dioxide (CO2), which traps heat in the atmosphere and causes global warming. To address climate change global action is needed, including reductions in greenhouse gas emissions, investments in renewable energy, forest preservation, and changes in human behavior to reduce their carbon footprint. All of this is necessary to protect the environment and prevent the serious impacts of climate change in the future. Mangrove trees are among the trees Read more about 【SATU POHON SEJUTA HARAPAN (ONE TREE A MILLION HOPES) SYNOPSIS】[…]

【Don’t G.R Ka (The Story of Greenhouse Gas) SYNOPSIS】

The earth is not doing well, global warming, climate change and its impacts are starting to haunt our lives. The destruction of nature continues, while we feel we can’t do anything about it. It all starts with our ignorance of the serious phenomenon we are facing today. The movie tells the story of the journey of 5 friends (Tsabitah, Diva, Salma, Shifa and Amirah) to find out about climate change for their geography assignment. They visit the BMKG Bali Climatology Station office which is competent in providing information related to climate change. Accompanied by Tray, one of the BMKG employees, they discussed the causes of climate change and its process. Starting from Read more about 【Don’t G.R Ka (The Story of Greenhouse Gas) SYNOPSIS】[…]


Climate change is a threat to the world. Waste is one of the factors causing climate change. Waste that is not handled properly has the potential to produce methane gas which affects the atmosphere. Bali, as the world’s leading destination, is still facing the challenge of climate change, one of which is caused by waste. Mounting piles of rubbish in landfills pose a threat to climate conditions.However, there is a glimmer of hope when various movements or concrete actions are carried out by organizations, communities, foundations and individual behavior to tackle waste. Based on his concern for the environment, Adi Purnawan, who also works as a lecturer, took the initiative Read more about 【DEWATA BERCERITA SYNOPSIS】[…]

“Prevent and Overcome the Effects of Climate Change in Bali. Challenges in Religious Life in Community”

Religions for Peace Asia is pleased to introduce the outstanding project on Climate Change, implmented by Religions for Peace Indonesia.Religions for Peace Indonesia has been carrying out activities on the issue of Climate Change, one of the Flagship Projects of Religions for Peace Asia/ACRP.This issue was the choice of RfP Indonesia activities for the first 2 (two) years (April 2022-April 2024) by choosing Bali as the location to be the focus of attention. Why? Because Bali as a tourism area that is already worldwide known, is currently experiencing many changes that tend to damage both the natural environment and everyday life. This situation has had a negative effect on farming Read more about “Prevent and Overcome the Effects of Climate Change in Bali. Challenges in Religious Life in Community”[…]

The Prevention & Overcome The Wide Spread Danger of Climate Change in Bali

Religions for Peace Indonesia is pleased to announce that they will hold public dialogue  on Climate Change.Climate Change is the most important and urgent issue in this present time and future. Nature is increasingly polluting, destroying, and not giving oxygen and water to every human and living thing, but also the mentality, culture, and change social lifestyle become ignorance with this issue.The Religions for Peace Indonesia which combined in the Asian Conference of Religion for Peace (ACRP), collaborated with Gita Santih Nusantara (GSN) and Gedong Gandhi Ashram (GGA) will hold the first Public Dialogue as a part of the whole agenda that topic. Bali is the main focus of this Read more about The Prevention & Overcome The Wide Spread Danger of Climate Change in Bali[…]

Religions for Peace Indonesia Webinar Series II ~Environmental Conservation for Peace~

“Actualization of Religious Life in Developing A Culture of Environmental Care in Society for Peace” Since the Webinar series I, starting from Saturday, 13 August 2022, until now in October 2022,everywhere in all parts of the world, including Indonesia, has increasingly felt and is feeling the effects of“climate change”. The environment full of trees and healthy green plants has also changed into cementgardens, upright standing structures and yard decoration. Rain and heat alternate irregularly. Flashfloods and fallen trees, human casualties, damage to roads and buildings, and difficulty finding cleanwater sources are happening everywhere. Just recently, similar events happened in Bali and East Java.When reflected well and deeply, this experience is a Read more about Religions for Peace Indonesia Webinar Series II ~Environmental Conservation for Peace~[…]

INTERFIDEI Interfaith Schools XIII General Lecture

Interfaith Schools XIII General LectureThe Interfaith School (SLI) is jointly organized by the Institute for Interfaith Dialogue in Indonesia, the Faculty of Theology, Duta Wacana Christian University (UKDW), the Theology Faculty, Sanata Dharma University and the Ushuluddin Faculty, State Islamic University, Yogyakarta. This year is SLI XIII. Held for 1 (one semester). Participants learn together virtually with leaders, institutions, religious communities, civil society, education centres, and central and local governments, spread across various provinces in Indonesia: Papua, East Nusa Tenggara, Poso, Toba, Banjarmasin, West Sulawesi, Jakarta, Bali, Garut, Probolinggo, Yogyakarta, Aceh and so on regarding their thoughts, experiences and concrete practices in facing Climate Change issues.The theme of the Interfaith Read more about INTERFIDEI Interfaith Schools XIII General Lecture[…]

Online Shelter Visit: Learning from Indonesia on Prevention of Trafficking in Person

Please click thr following registration Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZArfuiprDgiGtKXDN6FDn0mEVyvGDTJp0ndAs the first collaboration project of Religions for Peace Japan and Religions for Peace Indonesia, Religions for Peace Asia (ACRP) is pleased to announce that we will hold the online shelter visit webinar to raise public awareness of labor exploitation issues in Indonesia on Saturday, March 26th, 2022.According to the 2016 report by International Labor Organization, an estimated 40.3 million people are in modern slavery, including 24.9 million in forced labour and 15.4 million in forced marriage.Out of the 24.9 million people trapped in forced labor, 16 million people are exploited in the private sector such as domestic work, construction or agriculture; 4.8 million persons in forced sexual exploitation, and 4 million persons in forced labor imposed by state authorities.Also, ILO Read more about Online Shelter Visit: Learning from Indonesia on Prevention of Trafficking in Person[…]