What an excellent idea for sustainable packaging. Given the demand for plastics, is the current supply of seaweed in Indonesia enough? And if it isn't, how will this affect its price? Will it be more expensive as the demand for seaweed also rises?
It would be great if this would be implemented with full support of the Indonesian government. At present, what political barriers do you face?
Hi Ginger! I think your idea also has a potential for other conservative religions as well like Islam, which believes sex education is taboo. In this age, this should already change.
Some few years ago, sex education was recommended in Saudi Arabia. Saudi Arabia is a Muslim country and until now there is no sex education in the country. About 80 percent of parents surveyed agreed the need for sex education and 90 percent of the parents expressed their concerns about their children getting sexually harassed or abused. Mohammad Al-Sheddi, a member of the Shoura Council and the Human Rights Commission, told the paper he believed that children have a right to information that would protect them. However, until this day, it is sad that no action is still being done.