4 December 2019
Photographer David Lazar
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NESTLED in the shadow of Bali’s Mount Agung, these serene terraces in Karangasem have produced rice for centuries using a sustainable irrigation system called subak.
As climate change drives water scarcity globally, subak is inspiring sustainable design. This stunning image appears in Lo-TEK: Design by radical indigenism, a book by Julia Watson in which she calls for greater recognition of subak and other indigenous technologies as models of sustainability.
Subak began over a thousand ago. Then, water temples were built near mountains and rivers, and …