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Beach Bag Purun

Rp145.000

Beach Bag Purun

Rp145.000

Beach Bag Purun is created with a simple design to compliment any beach or casual look. This Beach Bag is made from purun plant, a type of plant that grows on peatlands. Having this chic bag means that you are helping us to conserve and protect peatlands, as well as supporting the empowerment of weavers in South Kalimantan.

Length 45 cm x Width 15 cm x Height 30 cm

Beach Bag Purun is created with a simple design to compliment any beach or casual look. This Beach Bag is made from purun plant, a type of plant that grows on peatlands. Having this chic bag means that you are helping us to conserve and protect peatlands, as well as supporting the empowerment of weavers in South Kalimantan.

Keep the weaving dry. Do not store it in humid conditions to prevent the product from changing color. If the product is exposed to water, clean it using a soft cloth and dry it in the sun, until it is dry. Don’t fill with items that are heavy or too full that can change the shape of the webbing. Keep away from sources of ignition or heat for long periods of time.

Social Impact

Environment

While the existence of peatlands is only 3% of the earth’s surface, it literally stores the answer to a better and more sustainable climate on a global scale. Preserving peatlands, which are the world’s largest carbon trap, means ensuring that centuries-old CO2 remains locked in the wetlands, while also maintaining a balanced ecosystem for world bio-diversities.

 

As we transform Purun – the indigenous wild plants of the peats – into a stylish collection, you play an active part of the solution in reversing climate change. Your support helps empower the local purun-weaving community economically. These are the people who play a critical role in protecting the peat habitat from burning, land damage and misuse.

  • ImpactEnvironment
  • LocationSouth Kalimantan

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