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English version of the publication: Pemerintah Provinsi Bali (2011). Peta Jalan (Road Map) menuju Bali Green Province. Translated by Sherry Kasman Entus for the:


PREFACE Om Swastiastu As a follow-up to the commitment of the Government of the Republic of Indonesia to reduce carbon emissions by 26% by the year 2020, The Bali Provincial Government, in cooperation with the District/Municipal Governments, Private Sector, NGOs, Villages, Schools, Universities and all components of society across Bali, has launched the Bali Green Province program. The aim of this program is to make the local environment of Bali clean, healthy, comfortable, sustainable and beautiful, in accord with the values of Tri Hita Karana philosophy. This booklet presents the background, goals, policies and strategies of Bali Green Province as well as annexing a road map for its achievement. It is hoped that through this booklet, shared perceptions, actions and steps will be adopted by all components of society in an integrated, synergistic and sustainable manner, so as to enable the goals and objectives of Bali Green Province to be effectively and sustainably achieved. We realize that this booklet is still very limited both in its content and technical presentation; therefore, we look forward to receiving input and suggestions from various parties to improve upon it. Finally, we would like to express thanks all those who have assisted/facilitated the preparation of the booklet. Hopefully, it will benefit us all. Om Shanti, Shanti, Shanti, Om

A. A. Gede Alit Sastrawan Bali Provincial Environment Agency Denpasar, February 2011

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MESSAGE FROM THE GOVERNOR OF BALI Om Swastiastu

The complexity of environmental problems today is undergoing significant escalation, both quantitative and qualitative. One global environmental problem that is now of concern to many is global warming due to increasing greenhouse gas (GHG) concentrations. Bali Road Map 2007, which was the result of the UNFCCC declaration, warns us that the earth is no longer able to absorb the burdens of pollution generated by human activities; thus, climate change adaptation and mitigation efforts are everyone's responsibility. As a follow-up to the Government's commitment to reduce carbon emissions by 26%, the Bali Provincial Government has launched the Bali Green Province program, whose main goal is to make Bali clean, healthy, comfortable, sustainable and beautiful. I am optimistic that Bali Green Province can be realized if all parties earnestly and consistently care about and take tangible action to restore Bali's natural environment. Hopefully Ida Sang Hyang Widhi Wasa / Almighty God will continue to provide His guidance and protection to us all.

Om Shanti, Shanti, Shanti, Om

Made Mangku Pastika Governor of Bali Denpasar, February 2011

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

PREFACE......................................................................................................................................................2 MESSAGE FROM THE GOVERNOR OF BALI...............................................................................................3 TABLE OF CONTENTS...............................................................................................................................4 I. INTRODUCTION........................................................................................................................................6 A. Background.........................................................................................................................................6 B. Goal.....................................................................................................................................................7 II. VISION & MISSION..................................................................................................................................7 A. Vision..................................................................................................................................................7 B. Mission................................................................................................................................................7 III. POLICIES & STRATEGIES..........................................................................................................................7 A. Policies................................................................................................................................................7 B. Strategies............................................................................................................................................7 C. Objectives............................................................................................................................................8 Green Culture...........................................................................................................................................8 Green Economy........................................................................................................................................9 Clean and Green.......................................................................................................................................9 IV. PROGRAMS / ACTIVITIES......................................................................................................................10 A. Green Culture....................................................................................................................................10 B. Green Economy.................................................................................................................................10 C. Clean & Green...................................................................................................................................10 V. PERFORMANCE INDICATORS.................................................................................................................11 A. SHORT TERM (2010-2013).................................................................................................................11 I. Green Culture.......................................................................................................................................11 II. Green Economy...................................................................................................................................12 III. Clean & Green....................................................................................................................................12 B. MEDIUM TERM (2014 - 2018):...........................................................................................................12 I. Green Culture.......................................................................................................................................12 II. Green Economy...................................................................................................................................12 III. Clean & Green....................................................................................................................................12 C. LONG TERM (2018 - 2028):.................................................................................................................13 I. Green Culture.......................................................................................................................................13 II. Green Economy...................................................................................................................................13

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III. Clean & Green....................................................................................................................................13 VI. FINANCING...........................................................................................................................................13 VII. MONITORING & EVALUATION.............................................................................................................13 VIII. CLOSING REMARK..............................................................................................................................14 Annex........................................................................................................................................................15 Sectors...................................................................................................................................................15 Key Actor Acronyms and URLs .............................................................................................................15 Activities, Time Lines & Key Actors.......................................................................................................18

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I. INTRODUCTION A. Background The province of Bali occupies an area of +/- 5.636.66 km2,, or 0.29% of Indonesia's total land area, with a population of 3,891,428 inhabitants (2010). In the last 10-year period (2000-2010) population growth in Bali has reached 2.15% per year. Within the past two years, economic growth in Bali has increased at a rate of 5.33% (in 2009) and 5.64% (in 2010). Meanwhile, the poverty rate in Bali has decreased by 5.13% (in 2009) and 4.88% (up to March 2010). Population growth and economic development have given rise to several environmental issues. These include: Weak public awareness in regards to environmental protection and management; Violations in the utilization of space; Poor waste management systems; Traffic jams; Pollution of water resources; Reduction of water catchment areas; Increasingly more extensive disaster prone areas; Increased damage to coastal and marine resources; Reduced biodiversity; Limited environmental information and data; Inadequate efforts to mitigate and adapt to climate change impacts; Inadequate surveillance and enforcement of environmental law; Increasingly limited human resources in the environmental field. In order to realize a progressive, secure, peaceful and prosperous Bali (Bali Mandara: mandiri – autonomous, aman – secure/safe, and sejahtera – prosperous) and in accordance with the Bali Provincial Mid-term Regional Development Plan, or RPJMD, for 2008-2013, Bali's regional development priorities include: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Further reduction of poverty and unemployment; Improved access to, and quality of, education and health; Increased development of agriculture, small industries, tourism and the business world; Preservation and development of local culture; Increased development of infrastructure for environmental management and spatial planning; Improved performance of the administration in public service; Increased public order and peace.

In order to actualize these development priorities, the Bali Green Province program was launched on the occasion of the opening of the XIth Special Session of the Governing Council (SSGP) of the United Nations

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Environment Programme (UNEP) on environmental management in Nusa Dua on 22 February 2010.

B. Goal Green Bali Province is a commitment on the part of the Bali Provincial Government, together with the district/municipal governments of Bali, the private sector, NGOs, Universities, Schools, Villages and all components of society to use all their resources and make every effort to realize the sustainable development of Bali (so that it is clean, healthy, comfortable, beautiful and sustainable) for present and future generations, leading the way towards a progressive, secure, peaceful and prosperous Bali (BALI MANDARA).

II. VISION & MISSION A. Vision The sustainable development of the region of Bali (to be clean, healthy, comfortable, sustainable, and beautiful) in accordance with the values of Tri Hita Karana.1

B. Mission To build a clean-cultured and environment-loving society (Green Culture); 8. To develop the economy in accordance with the carrying capacities of Bali's natural as well as social and built environments. (Green Economy); 9. To realize a clean, healthy, comfortable, sustainable, and beautiful Bali (Clean and Green).

III. POLICIES & STRATEGIES A. Policies Three basic policies have been developed to bring about Bali Green Province, including: 1. Raising public awareness on the development of Bali's environment; Building cooperation and partnerships in the management of natural resources and the environment; Increasing community participation in addressing Bali's various environmental issues.

B. Strategies 1. Green Culture: To preserve and develop cultural values (local wisdom/knowledge) related to the environment, including various small, medium and large-scale religious activities. Green Economy: To realize a Balinese regional economy that can improve the people's welfare and alleviate poverty as well as develop environmentally friendly investments. Clean & Green: To integrate and synergize environmental development programs into all (government) development, private and public sectors. 1

Tri Hita Karana is the Balinese philosophical principle that the three purposes and sources of wellbeing/happiness in human life are: harmonious relationships with God, with fellow humans, and with the natural environment.

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These three strategies mutually affect and are inseparable from one another, as pictured below:

Community cultural factors (people's behaviors) are a crucial part of turning Bali Green Province into a reality, and must receive the attention of all parties – including the community and the business world as well as the government. This means that every component of society must be aware and committed, participating in an active and sustainable way.

C. Objectives Green Culture •

Develop an environment-based education curriculum;

Develop schools/universities that care about the environment;

Encourage the development of simple, environmentally friendly technology;

Encourage traditional institutions – Desa Pekraman (customary villages); Subak (wet-rice irrigation societies) and Subak Abian (dry-land farming groups), and Sekaa Truna (youth clubs) – to address environmental issues;

Encourage every household to manage waste using the 3-R system (reduce, reuse and recycle);

Establish beautiful sacred areas;

Develop and protect various kinds of rare/ceremonial plants;

Develop environmental management models through Desa Sadar Lingkungan Hidup (DSL – Environmentally-Aware Villages);

Explore local wisdom/knowledge in environmental conservation;

Improve environmental management campaigns through various media;

Provide incentives/rewards to communities that care for the environment;

Strengthen district/municipal environmental institutions;

Develop an environmental information management system.

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Green Economy •

Encourage every business and/or activity to implement the three Rs and composting in waste management;

Manage businesses and/or activities in accordance with environmental quality standards;

Increase private sector participation (Corporate Social Responsibility – CSR) in controlling pollution and environmental degradation and in poverty alleviation;

Control gas exhaust emissions from mobile and immobile sources;

Encourage businesses and/or activities to be energy efficient and increase use of renewable energy (solar, water, wind, biomass, and biogas);

Improve the management of toxic (B3) waste;

Encourage the development of organic agriculture and environmentally- friendly products;

Encourage every business and/or activity to follow the company performance rating assessment program, PROPER;

Encourage businesses or activities to follow environmentally-sound business certification (ISO 14001);

Encourage every business and/or activity to make climate-change impact mitigation and adaptation efforts.

Clean and Green •

Make Bali Free of Plastic Waste by 2013, through sorting and composting, and disposal/recycling of plastic/inorganic waste;

Improve vegetation cover through forest and land rehabilitation;

Conserve areas around lakes, reservoirs and springs;

Develop a clean river program (PROKASIH – Program Kali Bersih);

Develop integrated coastal and marine management (ICM);

Develop clean ports (Bandar Indah);

Develop and conserve rare flora and fauna;

Improve rainwater catchment areas through infiltration wells and biopori;

Expand open green spaces;

Restructure and expand the drainage system;

Optimize environmental instruments (AMDAL – Environmental Impact Analysis, UKL-UPL – Environmental Management/Monitoring Efforts, and SPPL – Brief Mitigation and Monitoring Statement);

Control areas prone to disasters (floods and landslides);

Control space utilization;

Oversight and enforcement of environmental law;

Arrangement of final processing sites for (landfill) waste;

Rehabilitation of damage from category "C" mining [raw building-construction materials];

Control of damage to biological resources (coral reefs, sea-grass beds, mangroves and rare flora/fauna).

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IV. PROGRAMS / ACTIVITIES A. Green Culture 1. Compilation of the book, Cultural Values / Hindu Religion in Environmental Management; Development of pilot environmentally-sound schools (Adiwiyata / Eco-schools); Development of pilot environmentally-sound offices (eco office); Environmental management of shrine/temple areas; Competitions of scientific work in the environmental field; Environmental exhibitions [of green practices/products]; Development of global cooperation in environmental management; Development of quality human resources in the environmental field; Build an Environmental Education Center (Bali Eco-Science Center); Give environmental [good practice] awards; Household-based environmental management; Development of environmental care groups.

B. Green Economy 1. Development of environmental instruments (KLHS – Strategic Environmental Assessment, AMDAL – Environmental Impact Analysis, UKL-UPL – Environmental Management-Environmental Monitoring Efforts, DPL – Environmental Management Documents, Environmental Audits, Environmental Management Statements) and environmental use permits; Development of Cleaner Production; Regulation and control of industrial pollution (regional PROPER); Development of the Clean River Program (PROKASIH); Development of environmentally-friendly certification (ISO 14001); Development of renewable energy (solar, water, wind, biomass, biogas, bio-ethanol); Development of environmentally-friendly (green) markets; Regulation and enforcement of environmental laws; Development of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR); Give environmental [good practice] awards; Supervision and control of space utilization; Control of environmental pollution by solid and liquid waste and gas; Surveillance and control of toxic (B3) substances and waste.

C. Clean & Green 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Ongoing socialization (public awareness raising) of Bali Green Province; Development of regional-scale waste management units; Provision of solid waste/garbage and liquid waste management facilities and infrastructure; Development of social assistance (bansos) [programs/funds] for waste management; Development of the 3R (Reduce, Reuse, Recycle) waste-management system;

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6. Development of environmentally-friendly domestic liquid waste management technology (wastewater gardens); 7. Development of household-scale composting techniques (Takakura, MOL – local micro-organism methods); 8. Regulation / revitalization of landfill sites (TPA); 9. Control of ozone-depleting substances (ODS); 10. Development of organic agriculture (SIMANTRI – Integrated Farming Management System); 11. Watershed (DAS) rehabilitation; 12. Control of erosion & sedimentation; 13. Conservation of water resources; 14. Conservation of biodiversity; 15. Control of damage to forests; 16. Coral reef rehabilitation/transplantation; 17. Development of open green urban spaces (RTHK); 18. Control of land conversion; 19. Conservation of rare plants (arboretum); 20. Development of Environmentally-Aware Villages (DSL); 21. Development of Environmental Dispute Complaints and Service Center (P3SLH); 22. Development of an environmental laboratory; 23. Coordination of gardening and hygiene management; 24. Integrated coastal and marine management (ICM); 25. Development of an environmental information management system; 26. Development of environmentally-friendly technologies; 27. Climate change impact mitigation and adaptation; 28. Natural disaster management; 29. Rehabilitation of damage from category "C" mining; 30. Development of rainwater absorption/infiltration wells and biopori.

V. PERFORMANCE INDICATORS A. SHORT TERM (2010-2013) I. Green Culture 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Increased public awareness of environmental conservation; Casting of environmental management into awig-awig/perarem (adat rules and regulations); Increased quality of human resources in the environmental field; Increased waste management using the 3R method; Development of environmental regulations; Increased regulation and enforcement of environmental law; Utilization of the values of local wisdom/knowledge in conserving the environment.

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II. Green Economy 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Waste management (collection, sorting, processing and disposal/recycling); Achievement of renewable energy development and utilization; Reduced level of environmental pollution; Increased participation of business actors in environmental conservation (CSR). Availability of environmental information and data on a periodic basis. Increased conformance of businesses/activities in environmental management.

III. Clean & Green 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Reduced garbage and waste; Disposal/recycling of plastic/inorganic waste; Reduced incidence of inundation, flooding and landslides; Optimal utilization of landfill/final waste processing sites (TPA); Increased quality and rate of flow of springs and rivers; Availability of environmental information and data; Reduction in violations of spatial utilization; Reduced incidence of illegal logging and forest conversion; Increased conservation of Bali's regional biodiversity.

B. MEDIUM TERM (2014 - 2018): I. Green Culture 1. Increased public awareness of environmental conservation; 2. Increased enforcement of environmental law; 3. Creation of an environmentally-aware culture. II. Green Economy 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Availability of incentive and disincentive instruments; Reduced levels of pollution and environmental damage; Increased efficiency of natural resource utilization; Increased compliance with environmental law by the business world; Increased regional, national and international cooperation.

III. Clean & Green 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Increased public awareness in managing disasters and climate-change impacts; Reduced amount of critical [degraded/eroded] land; Organic Bali [the shift to organic farming in Bali] is achieved; Increased surface water and underground water quality and flow; Reduced seawater intrusion.

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C. LONG TERM (2018 - 2028): I. Green Culture 1. Increased public awareness and discipline in environmental management; 2. More balanced development in the economic, socio-cultural and environmental spheres; 3. The development generated in Bali is metaksu (endowed with spiritual power/divinely inspired) and congruent with the values of Tri Hita Karana. II. Green Economy 1. 2. 3. 4.

Self-reliance in environmental management is achieved; Global cooperation is realized; Environmentally-friendly business activities are created; Environmental management is achieved by international-scale businesses.

III. Clean & Green 1. 2. 3. 4.

Environmentally-sound and sustainable Balinese development is realized; Climate-change impact mitigation and adaptation are carried out; Equitable and fair access to water and energy resources is available; Inter-sectoral and inter-regional balance is established in Bali's development.

VI. FINANCING The sources of financing for the Bali Green Province [program] are the Bali Provincial Budget (APBD), Balinese District/Municipal Budgets (APBD), the Private Sector, Communities' own funds/means, and other legitimate and non-binding sources.

VII. MONITORING & EVALUATION To gauge the progress made in the implementation of Bali Green Province activities and problem-solving efforts, it is necessary for the Bali Green Province Working Group to carry out monitoring and evaluation activities on a regular, ongoing basis. Through integrated and suitable monitoring and evaluation it is expected that the implementation of programs and activities can be effectively and efficiently realized. Monitoring of the Bali Green Province program will be done through direct observation, regular meetings, and tiered reporting from Village (Desa)/Municipal Ward (Kelurahan) to Sub-district (Kecamatan), District/Municipal (Kabupaten/Kota) and Provincial levels. Evaluations will be conducted in line with the stages of activities in the cycle, including short-term, mediumterm and long-term evaluations. The evaluation results will serve as inputs to improve subsequent implementation.

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VIII. CLOSING REMARK The success of Bali Green Province is highly dependent on the synergistic and ongoing awareness, participation/support and commitment of all components of society (government, private sector, community leaders, traditional/adat leaders, heads of institutions, mass media, NGOs, schools/universities, humanists, religious leaders/groups, and others). Denpasar, 11-01-2011

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Annex Sectors Sectors included in roadmap

Sector

11

Spatial Planning

Sector

1

Solid Waste Management

Sector

12

Environment

Sector

2

Liquid Waste Management

Sector

13

Economy

Sector

3

Energy

Sector

14

Climate Change

Sector

4

Water Resources

Sector

15

Air

Sector

5

Rivers

Sector

16

Education / Culture

Sector

6

Agriculture

Sector

17

Mining

Sector

7

Critical Land

Sector

18

Information

Sector

8

Forest Resources

Sector

19

Environmental Laboratory

Sector

9

Biodiversity

Sector

20

Environmental Law

Sector

10

Coastal & Marine Resources

Sector

21

Incentives

Key Actor Acronyms and URLs Acronym / Common name APRINDO BALAI DAS BANDIKLAT BAPPEDA BDN. DIKLAT BIRO EKBANG BIRO HUKUM & HAM BIRO HUMAS &

English meaning

Indonesian full text

Association of Indonesian Retailers Watershed Management Agency Board of Education and Training Regional Development Planning Board

Asosiasi Pengusaha Ritel Indonesia Balai Pengelolaan Daerah Aliran Sungai Badan Pendidikan dan Pelatihan Badan Perencanaan Pembangunan Daerah Badan Pendidikan & Pelatihan Biro Ekonomi dan Pembangunan Biro Hukum dan Hak Asasi Manusia Biro Humas & Protokol

Provincial Training Board Bureau of Economic Affairs and Development Bureau of Justice & Human Rights Bureau of Public Relations

Website http://www.aprindo.or.id/dpdbali

http://www.bandiklat.baliprov.go.id/ http://www.bappeda.baliprov.go.id/ http://www.bandiklatprovbali.info/ http://www.biroekbang.baliprov.go.id/ http://www.birohukumham.baliprov.go.id/ http://www.birohumas.baliprov.go.id/

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Acronym / Common name

English meaning

PROTOKOL

and Protocol

BIRO UMUM

Indonesian full text

Website

Bureau of General Affairs

Biro Umum

http://www.biroumum.baliprov.go.id/

Regional Investment Coordination Board Natural Resource Conservation Agency

Badan Koordinasi Penanaman Modal Daerah Balai Konservasi Sumber Daya Alam

BLH

Environment Agency

Badan Lingkungan Hidup

http://www.blh.baliprov.go.id/

BPHM WIL I

Mangrove Forest Management Agency [National] Zone I

Balai Pengelolaan Hutan Mangrove Wilayah I

http://www.baligreen.org/balaipengelolaan-hutan-mangrove.html

BPMD

Regional Investment Board

Badan Penanaman Modal Daerah

http://www.bpm.baliprov.go.id/

BPS

Central Bureau of Statistics

Badan Pusat Statistic

http://bali.bps.go.id/

BPTP

Institute for Agricultural Technology Assessment

Balai Pengkajian Teknologi Pertanian

http://bali.litbang.deptan.go.id/ind/

BPTPH

Food Crop & Horticultural Plant Protection Institute

Balai Proteksi Tanaman Pangan dan Hortikultura

http://hortikultura.go.id/

Bali Tourism Board State/Region-owned enterprises Department of Social Services

Bali Tourism Board Badan Usaha Milik Negara/Daerah

http://www.bali-tourism-board.com/ http://id.wikipedia.org/wiki/Daftar_badan_ usaha_milik_negara_Indonesia

Dinas Sosial

http://www.dinsos.baliprov.go.id/

DISBUD

Department of Culture

Dinas Kebudayaan

http://www.disbud.baliprov.go.id/

DISBUN

Department of Plantations

Dinas Perkebunan

http://www.disbunbali.info/

Department of Youth Education & Sports Department of Transportation, Information & Communications

Dinas Pendidikan Pemuda dan Olah Raga

http://www.disdikpora.baliprov.go.id/

Dinas Perhubungan, Informasi Dan Komunikasi

http://www.dishubinkom.baliprov.go.id/

DISHUT

Department of Forestry

Dinas Kehutanan

http://www.dishut.baliprov.go.id/

DISKES

Department of Health

Dinas Kesehatan

http://www.diskes.baliprov.go.id/

DISNAK

Department of Animal Husbandry

Dinas Peternakan

http://www.disnak.baliprov.go.id/

DISPARDA

Department of Tourism

Dinas Pariwisata Daerah

http://www.tourism.baliprov.go.id/

DISPENDA

Department of Revenue

Dinas Pendapatan Daerah

http://www.dispenda.baliprov.go.id/

Dinas Perindustrian dan Perdagangan

http://www.disperindagbali.go.id/

Dinas Pekerjaan Umum

http://www.dispu.baliprov.go.id/

DKP (DISKELKAN)

Department of Industry and Trade Department of Public Works Deaprtment of Food Crops Agriculture Department of Hygiene and Gardening Department of Marine Affairs and Fisheries

DPRD

House of Representatives

GAHAWISRI

Indonesian Marine Tourism Association

BKPMD BKSDA

BTB BUMN/D DINSOS

DISDIKOPORA DISHUB

DISPERINDAG DISPU DISTAN DKP

Dinas Pertanian Tanaman Pangan Dinas Kebersihan dan Pertamanan DInas Kelautan dan Perikanan Dewan Perwakilan Rakyat Daerah Gabungan Pengusaha Wisata Bahari

http://bekas.bkpm.go.id/id/node/669 http://www.ksda-bali.go.id/

http://www.distan.baliprov.go.id/ http://dkp.denpasarkota.go.id/ http://www.diskelkan.baliprov.go.id/ http://www.sekwandprd.baliprov.go.id/ http://www.gahawisri.com/

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Acronym / Common name

English meaning

Indonesian full text

Website

Indonesian Fishermen's Association Ministry of Communications and Information Technology

Himpunan Nelayan Seluruh Indonesia

http://hnsi-nelayan.com/

Kementrian Komunikasi dan Informatika

http://www.kominfo.go.id/

KAB/KOTA

Districts/Municipalities

Kabupaten / Kota

KADIN

Chamber of Commerce and Industry (Bali)

Kamar Dagang dan Industri (Bali)

http://www.kadinbali.or.id/

KAN-WIL AGAMA

Provincial Office of the Ministry of Religious Affairs

Kantor Wilayah Kementerian Agama Provinsi

http://www.bali.kemenag.go.id/

KEJAKSAAN

High Attorney (Bali)

Kejaksaan Tinggi (Bali)

http://www.kejaksaan.go.id/kejati.php? idu=31&idsu=70&idke=70&bc=22

KEMEN HUT

Ministry of Forestry

Kementerian Kehutanan

http://www.dephut.go.id/

KEMEN LH

Ministry of the Environment

KEMEN PU

Ministry of Public Works

LSM

NGO / CBO

Hindu Dharma Council of Indonesia Indonesian Hotel and Restaurant Association

Kementerian Lingkungan Hidup Kementerian Pekerjaan Umum Lembaga Swadaya Masyarakat Majelis Utama Desa Pakraman Dinas Perindustrian, Perdagangan, Kooperasi dan UMKM PT Pertamina - PT Pertamina Perusahaan minyak & gas milik negara Parisada Hindu Dharma Indonesia Perhimpunan Hotel & Restoran Indonesia

POLDA

Provincial police

Polisi Daerah (Bali)

http://www.bali.polri.go.id/

PT

Tertiary Education Institutions (Universities, Academies, College)

Perguruan Tinggi

http://www.geocities.ws/jisbali1/SEKOLAH. htm

SATPOLPP

Civil Service Police Unit

Satuan Polisi Pamong Praja

http://www.satpolpp.baliprov.go.id/

SUCOFINDO

Official Technical Inspection Company (95% State Owned)

PT Sucofindo (Persero)

http://www.sucofindo.co.id/? menuid=43&provid=51

SWASTA

Private sector

Swasta

HNSI INFOKOM

MUDP PERINDAGKOP

PERTAMINA PHDI PHRI

Grand Council of People's Villages Department of Industry, Trade, Cooperatives and SMEs PT Pertamina - State owned oil & gas company

http://www.menlh.go.id/ http://www.pu.go.id/

http://portal.pi-umkm.net/id/databaselembaga-intermediasi/upt-umkm-dinasperindagkop-propinsi-bali.html http://www.pertamina.com/ http://www.parisada.org/ http://www.phribali.or.id/

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Activities, Time Lines & Key Actors

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