Main Program | How Can Bali Survive?



 
25 Oct 2019 14:30 - 15:30
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A small island of 4.3 million, Bali received almost 16 million tourists last year. Tourism-related business makes up 80% of the economy, making it an indispensable source of livelihood and the primary cause of massive social, cultural, and ecological change. As the island struggles with market saturation and environmental degradation, our panel asks, how can Bali survive?

Pulau kecil dengan 4.3 juta penduduk, Bali menyambut hampir 16 juta wisatawan tahun lalu. Bisnis yang berkaitan dengan pariwisata menyumbang 80% untuk ekonomi, menjadikannya sumber mata pencaharian yang sangat diperlukan dan penyebab utama perubahan sosial, budaya, dan ekologis yang masif. Saat pulau ini berjuang dengan kejenuhan pasar dan degradasi lingkungan, panel kami bertanya, bagaimana Bali bisa bertahan?

Featuring

Agung Suryawan Wiranatha

Dr Agung Suryawan Wiranatha holds a Master’s degree from Griffith University in Australia, and PhD from the University of Queensland. He is Director of Udayana University’s Centre of Excellence in …


I Made Iwan Darmawan

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Rio Helmi

Indonesian Rio Helmi has been photographing and writing about Asia since 1978. He’s been published in international magazines and 20+ large format books, has held solo exhibitions around the world, …


Janet DeNeefe

Melbourne, Australia-born Janet DeNeefe, Founder and Director of Ubud Writers & Readers Festival and Ubud Food Festival, has lived in Bali for over three decades. Her latest book Bali: Food …



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