ecoBali
was established in 2006 in response to the growing urgency of waste management problems on our beloved island. Their goal is to achieve a perfectly sustainable situation where the sum total of our activities causes zero waste.
Learn more on http://www.eco-bali.com/.

If you want to do make a difference in the lives of local people, and do more than just holiday in Bali, our friends from Volunteer in Bali can give you the opportunity to be placed into a supportive program aimed at bringing confidence and education to underprivileged children.
For more info: http://www.volunteer-programs-bali.org/.

Swiss shipbuilder Richard Sauter is a man with a beautiful vision. His company SCOD provides what he terms "practical zero carbon solutions for habitats on land and sea". His latest design is for a land habitat of particular interest to us: the Bali Net Zero Hotel, a resort that is planned to generate about 2.5 mws of electricity a day to maintain a zero carbon status. Part of that solar energy will power the resort's 50 Ocean View luxury suites, spa & beauty clinic, conference centre, eco bookstore and reference library, a pharmacy, restaurants, theatre and bar. Since it is a renewable and sustainable power generation station, the Bali Net Zero Resort will qualify as a certified carbon offset project - the hotel will offset over 5,000 tons of CO2 per year.
Follow the progress of his dream at sautercarbonoffsetdesign.com.