SMP Negeri 3 Sugio Junior High School

Darul Ulum Medali, Sugio, Lamongan, East Java

Project Team

SMP Negeri 3 Students


R. Chusnu Yuli Setyo


The students of SMPN 3 Sugio have acted locally to face global challenges, especially in the issues of climate change, health, and clean water.

SMPN 3 SUGIO_green house


  1. dylan moorhead
    November 2, 2016

    I think your project is clear and the plan you’re using is very direct and understandable. This a great project to help the environment, good job.

    • Your School Name: Connections Public Charter School
  2. jordana c
    September 7, 2016

    I think that the different methods you are using to create a more eco-friendly school environment are great and will be very beneficiary. It is nice how you are training students to take care of their environment by cleaning up, reusing items, and planting – all of which are skills that we can use to help preserve nature. Good job!

    • Your School Name: Scarsdale High School
  3. lilah c
    September 7, 2016

    I admire how the students learned to reuse old things, particularly bottles and cans, to create new things. This is especially important because so many people consider these items garbage, which ends up in landfills, only adding to the negative human impact on earth. I hope to see more schools follow in the footsteps of this school!

    • Your School Name: Scarsdale High School
  4. jonathan s.
    September 7, 2016

    The projects that your school came up with in order to address pressing global challenges not only show your strong desire to preserve your school’s natural environment , but also show your desire to innovate so that you can reap the benefits of nature while also giving back to it. The methods you use to recycle materials that would otherwise be waste is brilliant. Plastic bottles are often thrown away and sitting in landfills, and I admire that you are finding new practical purposes for them that have never been thought of before. This is a great long-term strategy. Great work!

    • Your School Name: Scarsdale HS
  5. kyle s.
    September 7, 2016

    I am extremely impressed with the amount of effort your school puts forth into giving back to the environment! One thing that stood out to me was the homemade organic fertilizer. This is not only creative, but it helps the environment as you explained. I applaud you for that. Another thing I was impressed by was the decorations out of bamboo. I think that is creative, easy to do, and it even looks cool. I want one for myself! I think what you guys are doing for your community truly does make a difference and I hope you keep this up for years to come!

    • Your School Name: Scarsdale High School
  6. katie k
    September 7, 2016

    I love your project! It’s a great way to raise awareness for a cleaner, more eco-friendly environment while having fun! Awesome work!

    • Your School Name: Scarsdale High School
  7. t. lee
    September 6, 2016

    The variety of methods that your community takes to help create a more sustainable and eco-friendly environment that benefits not only nature but also your own community was amazing. “Being creative people to avoid being poor people” is a line that I think holds a lot of power, and by training the students to be innovative and efficient thinkers as well as address environmental issues is an innovative idea that I think will help students become more enthusiastic about such activities.

    • Your School Name: Cebu International School
  8. joan weber
    September 5, 2016

    Fascinating work. All well done. Discovered a wonderful article on aquaculture- how we can farm in the sea. Kelp seaweed can be our saviors See The New Yorker November 2nd, 2015. “A New Leaf.”

    • john neering
      September 3, 2016

      Your reforestation and maintaining the forest are great ways to reduce greenhouse gases in the atmosphere and provide asthetic value. The composting is a great idea that helps you maintain your greenhouse production!

      • Your School Name: Scarsdale HS
    • krissa
      September 2, 2016

      The solutions provided are brilliant because they’re practical and easy to do. Helping each other and uniting as one is a vital tool for us to make a big impact towards our changing world.

      • w. sohn
        August 31, 2016

        I am impressed how environmentally aware you and your school are! I see that you all have spent so much time in so many various activities to combat the climate change and other environmental issue. There are many pictures so it helped me visualize your effort. Your effort is sure to bring a positive impact on our changing world. Perhaps you should pay attention to raising the awareness of the environment and convince other schools around you to undertake similar projects. Anyways, great job!

        • Your School Name: Cebu International School
      • minea men
        August 25, 2016

        All initiatives were so great! Noticeably, learning while enjoying the outdoor activities is the best way to raise the awareness for those who love nature. It would be a nice memory for me if i could be there. I really appreciate your ideas on how to make a mall change – yet very strong impact – on your students’ perception especially the perception of environmentally worrisome ideas. Ironically, “being creative people”, this word is so touching. Sustainability is indispensable to a word creativeness, based on my opinion and some of my reading background in sustainable tourism field. Once again, I really enjoy reading your presentation and hand on some of this comments onto your sphere. Good job!

        • Your School Name: Royal University of Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
      • linda s.
        August 23, 2016

        Environmental issues are problem facing all across the world. I like how this project is working at the very local base and doing something that everyone could do and participate. The school environment is where awareness is created, showing how little contribution can make positive changes; for example, replanting trees, building green house for flower and vegetable mini garden, simple yet practical and fun, saving land water through biopori and more. I think this project should be introduced to other places so that we all can do our part to save the world.

        • Your School Name: University of Cambodia
      • conor
        August 22, 2016

        The project was really interesting. I learned something new reading about it BIOPORI is a technique of getting water that I have never heard of. Greenhouses and planting trees are a great way to go green and make a long lasting impact on the community.

        • pieri
          August 21, 2016

          It’s great to see such commitment from your students and the community support. To make the program continue sustainability, you have the then what to answer. Have the community continue to be involved with your then what, and you will definitely see more success from where you started. I applaud your efforts and all your hard work. Set your limits to the impossible and it will become greater than you expected. I am impressed about the fruit trees and the care you guys take to maintain them. Thanks for the sharing of your formula for the fertilizer it’s good to see you guys are composting. The up-cycling is beautiful and very creative, keep up the great work.

          • Your School Name: FURR High School
        • gwen johnson
          August 20, 2016

          I applaud your focus on the importance of collaborative and creative environmental projects at school and by extension in your village. I was particularly intrigued with your description of creating inorganic fertilizer from grain leather, ash/charcoal, micro-organisms and wet trash, as well as the Biopori process of increasing water absorption around trees. Your innovative ideas for ‘reusing’ and ‘recycling’ plastic bottles and cans is terrific. Wonderful job in helping to create a sustainable environment.

          • Your School Name: Scarsdale High School
        • victor ching
          August 12, 2016

          We try to keep our programs as simple as possible, like many schools we are stretched thin as far as personnel to maintain a program as well as resources to fund them. A simple garden with minimum upkeep is ideal. I have some 60 fruit trees which require care only several times a year. The birds are allowed to eat the fruit and in return keep my pest problem done. The bees can find a pesticide free Enviroment which saves me time and money and exposure. I don’t rake my yard, instead the leaves serve as ground cover and a source of carbon for the plants, fruits are allow to rot in place and nutrients are returned to the plant as they would in a natural Enviroment. Yes I do have problems with pigs coming into my yard for a free meal, but a metal fence keeps them away from my vegetable garden. I don’t get the highest yield but I have enough for myself a my friends.

          • Your School Name: Nanakuli Intermediate and High School
        • lena hanifah
          August 9, 2016

          The biopori project is something that helps to preserve water supplies. The idea to build it around the school will suggest students to bring the idea home, so they can make it in their own community. Great job!

          • Your School Name: Darul Istiqamah Barabai
        • ilana tamir
          August 8, 2016

          I like how you organized your project with numbered headings and then lettered subheadings. Everything was also very clear and it did not feel excessively long. All the things you plan in this presentation seem very possible so it seems like you will get all of this done. as for aesthetic appearance i liked the pictures used and i think it helped illustrate the points you were making. overall, it is a very good presentation 🙂

          • Your School Name: Scarsdale High School
        • nick s
          August 8, 2016

          Seems like the students have been doing a lot to improve the sustainability of the school. I like the combination of awareness programs along with practical applications to really make a lasting impact. This is a very worthy cause and I hope others will be able to follow your school’s example.

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