Cycling for Democracy

Seangle (Indonesia)


Director(s) : David Liver & François Combin
Presented by : Nicolas Bourion
Production : Council of Europe, Eurométropole de Strasbourg & URUBU Films
Initiatives : Let’s Do It World (Estonia), Natural Justice (Kenya), Retake Roma (Italy), Cidades Sustentáveis (Brazil), Wise Greece (Greece), Green Hope Foundation (Canada), EcoPeace (Israel), Equipo Europa (Spain), Seangle (Indonesia), Municipality of Ii (Finland), Extinction Rebellion (Germany), CADR 67 (France)
Format : 13 x 6 minutes

In 13 episodes of 6 minutes each, the series Cycling for Democracy is travelling around the world to discover local civic initiatives, all dealing with environmental issues. Can democracy save the environment?

With this episode, Nicolas takes us far away, in Palu, Indonesia, where Abizar and Fithriyyah are among the leading figures of Seangle, a social innovation lab. By focusing on marine debris, the two young activists and their initiative have a mission to tackle environmental issues through a wide range of local actions spanning from seashore cleaning to experimental educational workshops.