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Bali: Centuries in The Making, Close to Breaking

Bali: Centuries in The Making, Close to Breaking

Once a serene island of colourful ceremonies, emerald rice terraces and elaborately carved temples, much of southern Bali is now infested with opulent hotels, “exclusive facilities” and “ocean sanctuaries”. The outbreak of construction sites around the tiny island threaten many more of these buildings to come – many more than the roads, infrastructure or environment can handle.

Uluwatu Challenge: Surf against Quiksilver and Roxy Pros and Legends

Uluwatu Challenge: Surf against Quiksilver and Roxy Pros and Legends

Quiksilver, in conjunction with the Uluwatu Boardriders Club, today announced the 2nd annual Quiksilver Uluwatu Challenge on Sunday 22 June where 32 participants can surf against local Balinese pros and surfing legends from the Quiksilver and Roxy teams to raise money for environmental and beach clean-up programs in Bali.

Bali’s Warungs Find a Friend in Reusable Bag Movement Tas Pasar

Bali’s Warungs Find a Friend in Reusable Bag Movement Tas Pasar

A cross the globe, Bali, also referred to as the Island of the Gods, is renowned for its coastal beauty. Unfortunately, in recent years, many of the white sandy beaches that long have lured tourists from all over the world to Bali have become increasingly dirty and polluted, with piles of trash ruining the beautiful picture.

Surfing For Change: Indonesia Trash Tubes

Surfing For Change: Indonesia Trash Tubes

Bali is a little island with a big problem – it’s drowning in trash. In this short film, host & pro-surfer, Kyle Thiermann, shows the good, the bad, and the ugly of Indonesia and what we can do to restore it to the pristine, tropical paradise it once was.

Don’t Force Development in Bali

Don’t Force Development in Bali

The Ministry of Environment Baltashar Kambuaya asked the government of Bali Province not to force any development in its region so that not spend the fresh water supplies in Bali.

Surfer rides Indonesia’s trashiest wave

Surfer rides Indonesia’s trashiest wave

Zak Noyle’s remarkable photos illustrate how disgusting it can be in some parts of Indonesia; ‘I kept thinking I would see a dead body of some sort’

Save 1.2 Million Hectares of Aceh Rainforest

Save 1.2 Million Hectares of Aceh Rainforest

Aceh is preparing to open over 1.2 million hectares of protected forest for the development of mines, plantations, roads, logging and palm oil expansion.