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Nusa Penida Has Been Hit by Flood

Nusa Penida island was hit by floods after a heavy rainfall, on Monday (13/12) early in the morning.

Bali Floods Could Get Worse As a result of the Gilimanuk Toll Project

The Indonesian Forum for the Environment stated that the flooding in Bali occurred because green open space gets very minimal.

Garbage Scattered Along Kuta Beach Bali Reaches 30 Tons

photo: Antara The officers from the Environmental and Hygiene Service (DLHK) of Badung Regency cleaned the garbage that was stranded on Kuta Beach, Bali, on...

Environmental Care Community Commemorates World Turtle Day

The Preventing Plastic Into Ocean (PPITO) Community collaborated with residents caring for the environment to release hundreds of hatchlings on Saba Beach, Blahbatuh District,...

The Dolphins Were Evacuated to a Safe Place

The Environment and Forestry Ministry's (KLHK) Directorate of Ecosystem Natural Resources Conservation evacuated seven dolphins from the Dolphin Lodge captivity.

7 Dolphins in Pengakaran Beach Mertasari Left Neglected

7 bottlenose dolphins placed in large cages in the Mertasari Beach area are reportedly abandoned and sick.

Solar Energy Technology Turns Lake Batur Bali Water Into Drinkable Water

Brackish Water Reverse Osmosis (BWRO) system, which is the result of a collaboration between PT Surya Utama Nuansa (SUN Energy) and the Batur UNESCO Global Geopark Tourism Management Agency, was inaugurated on Thursday (22/4/2021).

14 Tons of Fish Dead Due to Sulfur Explosion

The sulfur explosion that occurred in Lake Batur, Kintamani a few days ago caused fish farmers in the local lake to suffer losses.

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Bali Airport Recorded 56 Percent Increase of Passengers

I Gusti Ngurah Rai International Airport in Bali recorded an increase of airplane passengers up to 56 percent during the Christmas and New Year.

Indonesia Temporarily Closes the Doors for Some Foreigners

The government has finally closed the entrance for Foreign Citizens from the countries that had been infected with the Omicron variant of Covid-19.
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Chinese State-Owned Enterprise Takes Part in Bali Airport Project

The new Bali international airport is planned to be finished in 2024. It will be located on the Northern coast of the island.

Suwat Water Festival as Purification and Momentum for the Rise of Bali

Welcoming the new year, young people in Gianyar, Bali held a Siat Yeh or water war, which was the closing event of the 2021 Suwat Water Festival.

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