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Rachel Gutter Visits Green School in Bali

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Last week, Rachel Gutter visited the Green School in Bali, Indonesia to present them with the Center for Green Schools "2012 Greenest School on Earth" Award. The school has some incredible features, such as structures made from environmentally friendly bamboo, solar energy and vortex hydro technology projects to remove the school entirely off the grid, bio-intensive farming around campus to raise organic food and so much more. Check out the amazing video footage of her time there, along with the school's Earth Day celebrations!

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