Main Program: Paradise in Peril?



 
28 Oct 2017 14:30 - 15:30
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Taman Baca. Festival Hub, Jl. Raya Sanggingan (Google Maps)
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Bali perpetually tops lists of the world’s favorite holiday destinations, but like most tourism hotpots it has its fair share of issues. From the environmental to the ethical: how much is too much? Join these insiders for a crucial investigation into how the tourism industry – as the source of the island’s wealth and degradation – can rally to alleviate Bali’s mounting problems.

Bali terus-menerus menduduki puncak daftar tujuan liburan terfavorit dunia, namun seperti kebanyakan tempat wisata, pangsa pasarnya tetap adil. Dari lingkungan ke etis: berapa banyak yang terlalu banyak? Bergabunglah dengan orang dalam ini untuk penyelidikan penting mengenai bagaimana industri pariwisata sebagai sumber kekayaan dan penurunan pulau – dapat bersatu untuk meringankan masalah yang ada di Bali.

Featuring

Ketut Yuliarsa

Ketut Yuliarsa has worked as a writer, actor and musician in Indonesia and Australia. He’s published two poetry collections and is currently advisor to the Bali Provincial Government Literary Program. …


Jan Mantjika

Jan Mantjika was working for a newspaper when she married a Balinese student studying in her hometown. In 1964 they moved to Bali with their first child. After surviving the …


I Gde Pitana

I Gde Pitana is the Indonesian Tourism Ministry’s Deputy Minister for International Marketing and former Director of Bali Tourism Authority. Receiving his PhD at the Australian National University, he has …


Viebeke

Viebeke is a social activist and Founder of the philanthropy community I Am Angel. The community provides a vast range of services, from educational support and healthcare, to addressing malnutrition, …



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