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Bali Clean and Green Multi-Stakeholder Networking for Solution Forum  

by on Sunday, 26 June 2011No Comment | 328 views

Waste is a serious problem for Bali, which mainly relies on the tourism sector. Under the headline “Holidays in Hell: Bali’s Ongoing Woes” (1 April 2011), Time magazine depicted Bali as a resort island overwhelmed by environmental problems, including uncollected rubbish everywhere, overflowing sewage plants, and rivers that flush trash into the sea at its most famous beaches.

The government of Bali is well aware of the issues highlighted by the Time article, and has published the Bali Green Province Roadmap (February 2011) to outline some of the actions that must be taken and to call for the participation of all components of society to make Bali “Clean and Green”.

In response to this call, a group of passionately committed people have joined forces to launch a movement to support this essential goal. To this end, we have formed the Bali Clean and Green Multi-Stakeholder Group, consisting of key NGO, community, and industry , and supported by the Head of the Bali Environment Agency (BLH), A.A.G.A Sastrawan.

The Bali Clean and Green Multi-Stakeholder Networking for Solution Forum is the first in a series of events aimed to bring all stakeholders together to collectively create practical solutions to the challenges that affect us all, starting with waste management.

The forum will be officially opened by Indonesia’s Minister of the Environment , Prof DR Ir Gusti Muh. Hatta, and the Governor of Bali, I Made Mangku Pastika. See attached agenda for full details.

You have been invited to attend this forum because you, your organization, and/or your community have already made a significant contribution and/or have a pivotal role to play in the Bali waste management sector. Your input is invaluable, and your own efforts will be strengthened by connecting and combining resources with like-minded others.

Date / Time : Friday, 1 July 2011 / 08:00 – 16:00 WITA

Venue : Friendly Room 1 – 2 , Harris Resort Kuta Beach Hotel

Please reply ASAP using the attached registration form to confirm your attendance. As this is a by-invitation event with limited places, also please advise us ASAP if you cannot attend so we can offer your place to another. We look forward to seeing you there.

Let’s put our heads and hands together to make “Bali Clean and Green“ a reality!

Bali Clean and Green Multi-Stakeholder Group

Let’s put our heads and hands together to make “Bali Clean and Green“ a reality!

Bali Clean and Green Multi-Stakeholder Group

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