Results for Environment
A ban on the clearing of tropical forests in Indonesia is on the verge of being extended in a historic deal that could protect some of the world’s most threatened habitats.
Bali’s governor Made Mangku Pastika has promised to fulfill the legal demands made by Bali Friends of the Earth (WALHI-Bali) in their successful public information suit filed against the province in connection with Taman Hutan Raya Ngurah Rai Mangrove Forest Reserve.
Some people in the world still like to believe that the climate is not changing, but it most definitely is. You can see evidence all around you every day, and there has been a plethora of scientific research done on the subject.
Indonesian Forum for Environment (Walhi) Bali estimating the southern island of Bali will not be able to accommodate such a huge burden due to rampant construction of tourist accommodation in 2015.
As tourism in Bali enjoys a robust period, the island is struggling to cope with diminishing water resources that have been overexploited to meet the increasing demand for clean water for tourist-related facilities, while the industry has done little to solve the problem, a study concluded.
Surfers from around the world will boycott the Gold Coast if a cruise ship terminal is built at Tugun, a national surfing body says.
IndoSurfLife.com | 3 August, 2012 | Kuta, Bali: The ROLE Foundation’s Island Sustainability Center today launched a campaign to recruit volunteers and donors to assist with its environmental programme in Bali. With help from individual and corporate supporters, the center will teach island and coastal communities about sustainable lifestyle practices; and will run several programmes to address existing environmental problems.
Surfer Girl has officially named Patricia Goeyardi its official Green Ambassador 2012.
IndoSurfLife.com | July 30, 2012 | Kuta, Bali: The eleven-year-old is a student at Taman Rama School, Denpasar, and has been appointed Surfer Girl’s first Green Ambassador. The seventh-grader has an impressive list of environmental achievements in her bag and is the perfect role model to inspire young girls in Indonesia who want to be part of the Surfer Girl mission, “To make a positive difference through everything that we do.”
Regional administrations face the gigantic task of tackling the continuing erosion that threatens the island’s already damaged shorelines and coastal areas…
On Sunday, June 10th, the ROLE Foundation will bring the planet’s biggest celebration of the ocean, World Oceans Day, to Bali, specifically to the Cocoon Beach Club on Jalan Double Six in Seminyak, kicking off at 5 pm. World Oceans Day is a worldwide call of awareness for the massive challenges our once pristine ocean is facing. So on June 10th,many of Bali’s surf brands including Oakley, Quiksilver, Billabong and Hurley will gather together to throw a charity event to help raise funds for the SurfersRole project, in keeping with their commitment to help clean up the environment for a better surfing future.