The Eco Journal
Your 365 days practical guide for sustainable living
The Eco Journal is Studio Else’s first project which aims to be the gateway to sustainability learning and community building. It is an A5 sized journal with a core function of helping journal-adopters to track their eco-friendly activities for a year through the ‘Eco Checklist’. The journal also contains articles which can help us learn or relearn many aspects of climate change and what we can do about it.
This journal is for people who would like to explore, start, or continue their journey in implementing a more sustainable lifestyle. The Eco Checklist and daily planner serves as tracking tools to measure progress and challenges. The monthly-themed articles provide introductory and general understanding of environmental sustainability, as well as inspiration and motivation to continue the fight against climate change. In the journal, you can also find challenges to do specific activities that you can also share through social media, which allows you to connect with fellow journal-adopters.
We will plant 1 mangrove tree at Desa Bedono, Demak, Jawa Tengah - in your name for every book purchased through LindungiHutan.
What's Inside The Eco Journal:
- Eco Checklist
- Dated planner
- Monthly-themed articles on water, energy, waste, composting, gardening, and many more. With content contributed by demibumi, Green Rebel, Kebun Kumara, Mote Mote.
- #EEcoJournal Challenges
- Pages for notes and scribbles
- Design by Artha L. Purbo, Sarita Ibnoe, Jane Lukman, Jordan Marzuki, Marshella Jastine, Angela Judiyanto, Arswandaru, Anggarez, Karin Josephine, Ifni Isauria, Nindita Kirana, Anindya Anugrah, Sharin Shafa
Smyth sewn binding, hard cover
148 x 210 mm
Writer & Publisher: Studio Else
Editor: Audrey Anjani & Januar Kristianto
About Studio Else
Studio Else is a creative studio encompassing a sustainable manner in every approach and implementation. Founded by Arunee, Madrim, Melodya, and Sarita in 2020, Studio Else functions in project-based activities, collaborating with NGOs, eco-friendly businesses, environmentalists, artists, and other creative workers to work together and lead the path to a more environmentally responsible industry.