Sunday, 6 November 2011

The first ever successful project of IUNewspaperBAG at KLE international School!

Taking the first step towards sustainable development for a greener tomorrow, we at Inspiration Unlimited are observing our First ever large scale project of IUNewspaperBAG:
"Let's reduce a Plastic BAG!" Day, on 4th and 5th of November, 2011.

KLE International School, Rajajinagar, Bangalore with the support of its 50 teachers and over 500 students on 4th Of November are joining hands with us, to make over 2000 Newspaper Bags. The teachers' support was immense. Ms. Basanthi Vaishnav played a key role from Inspiration Unlimited team in supporting the cause!

“This is a project that I would never say no to. School life is the part that one cherishes all his life and this is what will one his share of experiential earning “-says KLE school Principal Ms. Geetika Kharola. We would like to thank the Principal and staff of KLE International school for having supported us to make this vision a tangible reality.

Brindavan College Students from Bangalore, India have already taken up the initiative towards November 5th Large scale newspaper bag production. More than 300 bags are already done!

For all those who endorse the idea, you can either send us newspapers or bags that you make or join hands on November 4th & 5th. We don’t say NO PLASTICS. We understand it's required. But at least we can reduce! Can't we?

It is a result of small, often unnoticeable incremental steps that leads to success. Looking forward to your support for all further progress of this initiative!

Thank you.

Sunday, 30 October 2011

IU News Paper BAG - Brief UP!

The concept is an extension of a simple thought that ran in the mind of a physiotherapist – Dr. Surendra Iyer, from Nepal, when he thought of indulging into some enterprising work to run his daily expenses for himself besides his normal pay that he anyways earnt, to give self a motivational booster of the self dependent feel

The idea took an extension from a small activity to becoming a revolutionary project, under the leadership of the One Young World Ambassador Sujit Lalwani, who gave it a definition that it carries today which makes it stand as an upcoming global revolution. The concept is extremely simple and largely impacting, the grounds on which the OYW Ambassador always chooses to work.

The sagacious planning and calculation of all the impacts this project can have is something that gives a unique touch to this project of being able to serve multiple purposes, and still be extremely simple in it’s execution.

The objectives being served:
1. Saving Trees: As it makes use of already printed Newspaper, it avoids making of fresh paper, and avoids cutting of trees. “A tree not cut, is a tree planted”. In a world like today, where usage of all resources is so high, avoiding wastage is in itself creating resource.

2. It’s another name and direct support to IU Eco-division which wants to mitigate the use of Plastics. It’s a second name for the campaign of IU “Use less of Plastics!”

3. Engaging a large human resource into a simple constructive activity, that impacts society positively, and hence brings in the brotherhood attitudes amongst people. We are sure it would end up inspiring scores of others to think on these lines.

4. Encouraging and setting a new trend of using paper bags and hence serving as an inspiration for people to create taste from waste, on a large scale. A movement which involves the best blood of the world endorsing the idea, executing & promoting it.

5. A greener and a better world for all.

The only expectation we have from you is to directly involve first hand into this initiative of ours. For more info on understanding how to make these bags, Visit and type “How to make IU Newspaper BAGs?”

Thank you

IU Newspaper BAG Team

IU News Paper BAG!

Hello Friends,

We are glad to welcome you to this wonderful project and appreciate your interest to learn about us. This was an idea that got conceived to become a large scale project as an extension of a very simple activity of a Physiotherapist - Dr. Surendra Iyer, from NEPAL.

It's a brain child of the One Young World Ambassador Sujit Lalwani, who shaped it up as a global initiative and gave it a definition that it today stands as an upcoming global revolution and a strong project.

The team of IU is backing up the growth of the vision. We are glad to let you know, the objective of the project is simple and extremely impacting.

Keep coming back to us for more!

Thank you!