Another one came out as an opinion piece in The Jakarta Post (can't find the link to the article, but it's titled "Be casual as world fashion is going green" by Rita Widiadana). Let me quote some for you:
Every body, please dress casually! ... Imagine all delegates clad in formal business suits during the two-week long meeting. How much energy would we need to air-condition all conference venues?(Um, is she sure the hotels would turn off the AC when most of them conference people wear casual?)
Then she advertised batik:
Indonesia has a lot of eco-friendly clothes like batik made of cotton and natural-based materials...and introduced Obin who said:
[B]atik is energy-saving...And then she condemned cotton plantation (she forgot that she just promoted cotton batik) for T-shirt production. Then she implied that blue jeans are bad for workers producing them ... (maybe I'm wrong but most batik is dyed, no?)
p/s Anybody seen that Greenpeace thing where people color their palms and print them on a white cloth? Please don't tell me that's chemical.