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Independence Day Commemoration: for Environmental Protection

August 17th is the day when the greatness of Indonesia is celebrated. Strong and unyielding are only few of the adjectives that better describe Indonesia. A nation that fought hard for its independence from colonialism and that does not forget the sacrifice of its predecessors in achieving such a goal. And that is why an […]

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The Important Role of Nature Conservation for Ecotourism

National Nature Conservation Day is one of the environmental commemoration days in Indonesia. National Nature Conservation Day was established on August 10, 2009. National Nature Conservation Day, commonly abbreviated as HKAN, is a day of remembrance whose aim is to campaign for the importance of nature conservation for people’s welfare. HKAN also has the aim […]

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How Does Tourism Affect Water Scarcity?

Water is a key resource in tourism and services to tourists are heavily dependent on it. Water can become a constraint to sustainable development, a limit on tourist activities and an issue of conflict with local residents over allocation and pricing, in particular when water is a scarce resource. While new innovative water supplies can […]

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Five Reasons to Protect Mangrove Forests for a Better Future

Mangroves represent a rich ecosystem that supports the planet and people in unique ways, even if they might appear merely as coastal cousins of inland forests. They provide breeding grounds for fish and they work as carbon storage, as well as a protection against flooding. Despite their importance, mangrove forests are under threat: the rate […]

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Sustainable Tourism Encompasses the Responsible Use of Natural Resources for Recreation

Have you ever heard about ā€œecotourismā€? Leisure travel providing tourists with an educational and adventurous experience, visiting complex and fascinating ecosystems together with their associated cultures and traditions is what ecotourism is about. The concept began dates back to the late 80s and increased in popularity in 2002 during the United Nations ā€œInternational Year of […]

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Eco Tourism Bali collaborates with 150 Volunteers Planting 1000 Mangrove Seeds in Jimbaran

Eco Tourism Bali aims to make Bali Green and work together with the Open Flow Learning Center and other communities jointly planted 700 mangrove seedlings of the Rhizophora Muktunata type at Wana Segara Kertih, Jimbaran Bali on 11 February. This was the second time Eco Tourism Bali has carried out mangrove planting activities. The activity […]

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From Pollution to Solutions

This year marks the 50th anniversary of World Environment Day, which will focus on solutions to plastic pollution, using the hashtag and slogan #BeatPlasticPollution. More than 430 million tons of plastic is produced every year worldwide, half of which is designed to be used only once. Of that, less than 10 per cent is recycled. […]

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Magnificent Biodiversity in Bali

The International Day for Biological Diversity, celebrated each year on May 22, aims to increase understanding and awareness of biodiversity issues. Although it was originally celebrated in late December, the UN General Assembly later decided to move the date to 22 May, which commemorates the adoption of theĀ Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) in 1992. Indonesiaā€™s […]

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Bangkitnya Industri Pariwisata Bali Paska Pandemi

Bali Kembali setelah masa pandemi di tahun 2020 dan 2021, ditandai dengan meningkatnya jumlah wisatawan, baik domestik maupun mancanegara selama bulan Mei dan Juni 2022.

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Kemenparekraf Dorong Industri Pariwisata Bali Bangkit Lewat Eco Tourism Week

Bali Kembali setelah masa pandemi di tahun 2020 dan 2021, ditandai dengan meningkatnya jumlah wisatawan, baik domestik maupun mancanegara selama bulan Mei dan Juni 2022.

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