Category: ecologicnusapenida

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...

Movement Seaweed Farmer in Nusa Lembongan
December 11, 2019January 18, 2020
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Movement Seaweed Farmer in Nusa Lembongan

Since 2015, seaweed farming in Nusa Lembongan has begun to disappear. The loss of community interest in growing seaweed is caused by several factors: unfavourable weather in previous years, ice – ice disease that is increasingly attacking, the interest of young farmers to farm is very less because the opportunities in tourism are huge. The...

Cepuk Weaving
December 5, 2019April 22, 2021
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Cepuk Weaving

Cepuk is known as bebali cloth, a sacred cloth used for ceremonial needs. Only Nusa Penida produces this weft, mainly because of its main function as a protector from elements or evil influences. Cepuk is also believed to be a magical cloth for treatment. That is why the cepuk is actually used as a “tapih”,...

Impact of Tourism on the Environment in Br. Nyuh Kukuh
November 26, 2019November 26, 2019
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Impact of Tourism on the Environment in Br. Nyuh Kukuh

The development of tourism to Nusa Penida has grown rapidly since 2015, where speed boats began to speed up sea transportation to / from Nusa Penida. Previously, to go to Nusa Penida, people using a large passenger boat or commonly called “jangolan” with a capacity of up to 50 people only served 1 time crossing...