Minggu, 13 Oktober 2013

World Silent Day For Climate Justice, All Can Participate

Denpasar - BSB . I Gusti Ayu Frances , coordinator of the movement World Silent Day , seemed very eager to socialize this moral movement . Together with a team of other WSD , Siska so this pretty girl trying identifies what used to be called the intent and purpose of this WSD movement , the Fair Trade Lunch event facilitated by the Forum Fair Trade Indonesia disekretariatnya this morning , Tuesday (15/ 3) .
Siska said , the idea was born WSD ahead of the Climate Change Conference ( COP 13 UNFCCC ) in Bali . As part of the public participation to tackle climate change Bali , Bali Organic Association ( BOA ) , Center for Environmental Education ( PPLH ) Bali , Indonesian Environmental Forum ( WALHI ) Regional Executive Bali , and Bali Yayasan Wisnu forming Collaboration on Climate Change . This collaboration then get more support of several communities in Bali , such Bali Orange Communications , Bali Creatif , Paskibraka Children of Bali , and Sloka Institute , not the other aims to facilitate community participation aspirations about climate justice .
" Since October last year , gearakan WSD until now has been a lot of support , ranging from artists are like Daniel Sahuleka , sampi former environment minister Prof. Emil Salim . Also earlier Jogger , fair trade event luch expressed his support for the WSD and support we 've gathered signatures of 10,000 signatures from the public , " adds Siska said .
When asked how to participate in AWSD , siska also explained , that everyone can participate in and perform WSD reduction in energy consumption as well as other materials creatively . Silent for 24 hours may be difficult for people in this age. But the reduction in consumption can still be done . For example , once a week biking to work or turn off some electronic goods .
" The real action can also be done very simply , let us save energy on March 21, 2011 , because that's the day we commemorated as the day of the World Silent Day , lets do energy saving for our climate justice ", said Siska .

Rabu, 09 Oktober 2013


IstanaTampaksiring is a palace that was built after Indonesia's independence , which is located in the village of Tampaksiring , Tampaksiring District , Gianyar regency , Bali .The palace stands on the initiative of President Sukarno, who want the weather was cool retreat away from the hustle of the city , suitable for the President of the Republic of Indonesia and their families and for the state guests .The architect was R.M. Soedarsono and this palace was built in stages . Tampaksiring Palace complex consists of four main buildings covering an area of ​​1,200 m Wisma Merdeka and Wisma Yudhishthira of 2,000 m and the Multipurpose Room .Wisma Merdeka and Wisma Yudhishthira is the first building that was built in 1957 . In 1963 all the construction finished by the establishment of the State House and Wisma Bima .Tampaksiring name comes from two words Balinese language , the " look " and " siring " , which means each of the soles and oblique . That said , according to a legend recorded on palm leaves Usana Bali , the name is derived from the former footprints of a king named Mayadenawa . This clever and powerful king , but unfortunately it is insolence . He considers himself god and ordered his subjects to worship him .A result of the nature Mayadenawa , Batara Indra angry and sent his army . Mayadenawa ran into the woods . So that his pursuers lost track , he walked by tilting the soles of his feet . By doing so he hopes his pursuers do not recognize the traces of her feet .Nevertheless , it can be caught by his pursuers . Previously , with the rest of his power he managed to create a toxic spring caused many deaths his pursuers after they drank water from the spring . Batara Indra then create other springs as an antidote to the poisonous water which was then named " Tirta Empul " ( " holy water " ) . King of the forest area is traversed by walking , angling Mayadenawa paw was known by the name Tampaksiring

Rabu, 02 Oktober 2013


Local tourist and foreign tourists visiting Bali got extra treats Sanur Village Festival event , held 24 to 28 September 2013.
Activities held Sanur Beach area and Inna Grand Bali Beach Hotel .
" The festival is part of a campaign to encourage all potential tourist culture , sport , environment to creative industries is in Sanur , " said Chairman of the Sanur Development Foundation Ida Bagus Gede Putra Sidhartha at a news conference , Friday, September 20, 2013 .
Eighth annual calendar of activities to the theme Segara Giri , Sanur to realize that remain stable , peaceful and secure environment.
For four days , various activities held from kite festival , contest surfing , boats or boat traditional competition , culinary festival , coral plantation until villae cycling tour .
Interestingly , there is a Koi fish festival , Sanur fun run , up yoga .
" Various activities are innovation , creativity and activities people Sanur , " said Sidhartha .
These activities have contributed to the growth of business in Sanur involving SMEs and creative industries .
Of evaluasu last four years alone has recorded a transaction value up to 15 billion and bring in more than 100 thousand visitors .
" It proves very popular Sanur Village Festival and the always anticipated , " said Gus De familiar greeting .
Who make special, this year's festival used to be one road to APEC activities to be held in Bali in October .
" It's thanks to Sanur predicate defined as the National Tourism Strategic Area and became an international destination , " he added . ( gek )

The 2013 Miss World pageant has been won by Miss Philippines, Megan Young, on the Indonesian island of Bali.

US-born Ms Young, 23, beat 126 other contestants and pledged to be "the best Miss World ever".
The competition was moved to Bali from the capital, Jakarta, because of protests from hardline Muslim groups.
Security for Saturday's event was high in Bali, a resort island with a majority Hindu population, but no further demonstrations were reported.
Miss France, Marine Lorphelin, came second in the contest and Miss Ghana, Carranzar Naa Okailey Shooter, took third place.
Wearing a glittering gown, Ms Young, who moved to the Philippines at the age of 10, wept as the Miss World sash was put over her shoulder by 2012 winner Miss China.
She told the cheering crowd in Nusa Dua in southern Bali she would "be myself in everything I do, to share what I know and to educate people".