Regenerative Bali

Regenerative Bali

Blue carbon, stored by marine and coastal ecosystems, is crucial in our climate battle. Mangrove forests and coral reefs effectively reduce atmospheric carbon. Damaging them risks releasing stored carbon, worsening climate issues.

Protecting mangrove forests and coral reefs meets carbon reduction targets and safeguards ecosystem services. Our commitment to Climate Neutrality by 2050 includes annual efforts in Bali, like mangrove planting and reef star deployment, showing dedication to marine conservation and climate resilience.

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Mangrove Planting

As a pledge to a Regenerative Bali, on November 18, 2022 we will plant 1000 mangroves in Jimbaran Bay area, in partnership with GYC (Global Youth Conference). Our first Mangrove Planting will be conducted prior to Eco Tourism Week. The mangrove planting program is our contribution to treading the road to 0% Carbon Emission in 2050. This annual program will be funded from ETB Membership.

Program

1

Workshop: Knowledge sharing about the importance of Mangrove

2

Plastic Clean Up

3

Planting

4

Games & Hand Over Certificate of an Adoption/Contribution

5

Monitoring & Evaluation Report

Objectives

  • Restoration of the mangrove ecosystem in Bali, Which is 50% Has Been Damaged
  • Organise environmental activities in an interesting way
  • Participate in the target of restoring 3.49 million hectares of mangrove ecosystems in Indonesia by 2045
  • Give alternative economy value to the locals
  • Helps stabilise ecosystems and prevent erosion
  • Contributing to carbon sequestration at least 180,000 kg CO2e per year

Coral Restoration

Partnered with Livingseas, ETB will conduct Coral Restoration planting as an annual program, also as part of reaching 0% Carbon Emission in 2050. This annual program will be funded from ETB Membership.

Program

1

Workshop: Knowledge sharing about the importance of Coral

2

Planting Coral Fragments

3

Excursions: Sightseeing or Diving or Snorkeling

4

Games & Hand Over Certificate of an Adoption/Contribution

5

Monitoring & Evaluation Report

Objectives

  • Restoration of the coral reefs in Bali, which is 60-70% has been damaged
  • Organise environmental activities in an interesting way
  • Give alternative economy value to the locals
  • Improving the quality of marine tourism
  • Contributing to carbon sequestration at least 200 kg CO2e per year

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