Indonesia has started to implement the green school concept in recent years. Also called Sekolah Adiwiyata in Indonesian, each school is equipped with adequate infrastructures such as waste segregation and disposal and a garden. The schools also implement a green curriculum where teachers teach students on how to preserve the environment starting from their daily lives. Students are also encouraged to cultivate a less-waste lifestyle, recycling, and efficient use of water and energy.
One of Bakti Barito Foundation's flagship programs is to support the implementation of green school in Indonesia. With pilot projects in Jakarta, Banten and West Java, Bakti Barito Foundation helps build school infrastructures, provides teachers training and capacity building, and engages with key stakeholders to ensure the green school concept is well implemented.