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The Return of Seaweed to the Sea of Nusa Penida
July 21, 2021July 14, 2021
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The Return of Seaweed to the Sea of Nusa Penida

Nusa Penida Island has tons of potential on seaweed farming even before tourism sector expansion. Unfortunately, from all region of Nusa Penida, seaweed production only concentrated on one location, namely Dusun Semaya. The problem of seaweed becomes more complicated as the vast development of Nusa Penida at the moment. Hotel and restaurant waste pollutes the...

The True Value of a Natural Dye
July 17, 2021July 14, 2021
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The True Value of a Natural Dye

Rapid industrialization promotes high production rates and very competitive prices. Companies utilizing existing opportunities to reduce prices and gain a wider market share. The environment always become a victim of the rapid growth of the industry. This phenomenon also applies to traditional woven fabric producers in Tanglad Village, Nusa Penida. Residents in Tanglad have been...

Independence in the Time of a Pandemic
July 14, 2021July 14, 2021
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Independence in the Time of a Pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic has hit economic activity in Indonesia in general, lowering income levels and also people’s welfare. One of the areas most affected by the pandemic is Bali Province, considering that the majority of activities are closely related to tourism and contact with outsiders. Bali’s economic growth rate in the first quarter of 2021...

The Procession of Worship on Life on the Altar of Life
January 18, 2020January 18, 2020
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The Procession of Worship on Life on the Altar of Life

The composition of the rocks is arranged neatly, longitudinally following the contours of the hills, keeping each grain of soil awake, not drifting following the flow of rain to the estuary, a fairly flat plot with a bamboo fence, containing several freely moving cows. While the bunut tree (banyan) stood rooted, watching carefully all the...

Recognition of the Tenganan Village Indigenous Forest
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Recognition of the Tenganan Village Indigenous Forest

Tenganan Pegringsingan Traditional Village is located in the eastern part of the island of Bali. Administratively, Tenganan Pegringsingan Traditional Village is part of Tenganan Village, Manggis District, Karangasem Regency, Bali Province. The area of the traditional village is 917.2 hectares, stretching north and south, from the hills to the coast and flanked by two hills,...

Glorifying Mertajati Tamblingan Forest: Development of the Dalem Tamblingan Traditional Forest in Four Villages of Buleleng as a Sustainable Forest Learning Center Based on Local Knowledge
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Glorifying Mertajati Tamblingan Forest: Development of the Dalem Tamblingan Traditional Forest in Four Villages of Buleleng as a Sustainable Forest Learning Center Based on Local Knowledge

The Indigenous People of Dalem Tamblingan is currently scattered in four villages, namely Gobleg, Munduk, Gesing, and Umajero (Four Village). Based on historical records, Gobleg is the mother village of three other villages, namely Munduk, Gesing, and Umajero. Gobleg residents are believed to be descendants of Dalem Tamblingan who fled from Mount Lesung south of...

Database of Kerobokan Traditional Village – Badung, Bali
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Database of Kerobokan Traditional Village – Badung, Bali

Kerobokan Village is a village located in an urban area, and since the 1980s experienced a transition from traditional village life to a tourism city. In addition, globalisation that is developing now greatly affects people’s lives. These conditions impacted to: The development of tourism causes the value of land to increase, in addition to the...