8 REGENCIES AND 1 CITY IN BALI JOIN FORCES TO DO WORLD CLEAN UP DAY ON 21st SEPTEMBER 2019

Suksma Bali, a nonprofit organization majoring in tourism and hospitality industry in Bali has initiated The World Clean Up Day to be held simultaneously by 8 regencies and 1 city in Bali.

 

Agus Suananda, CHA, the chairman of World Clean Up Bali Province 2019 quoted “In order to awaken the consciousness of our society towards cleanliness in Bali, Suksma Bali has initiated a simultaneous Cleanup Day on 21st September 2019 by 8 regencies and 1 city in Bali. The aim is merely to lead by example, celebrate the essence of cleanliness, respect and thank mother nature that has provided us with such natural wealth”.

 

Teaming up with Bali’s tourism stakeholders such as GIPI, PHRI IHGMA, BHA, BVA, UHA, UHSA and other non-governmental organizations as well as nature activists, Suksma Bali has scheduled this activity to be done from 7 am to 9 am on Saturday, 21st September 2019 in all 8 regencies in Bali as well as Denpasar as the main city.

 

Suksma Bali profound goal is to have Bali clean from trash and that mother nature will smile again in this paradise island.

 

 

 

ABOUT SUKSMA BALI

Suksma Bali derived from Balinese word meaning ‘Thank You’ Bali is built on the essence of thanking Bali for providing such a livelihood to its society. Through Suksma Bali, both tourism and non-tourism sectors are hoped to further consolidate and tighten its relationship with the society of Bali. Through Suksma Bali, both sectors are also expected to always be aware of the strategic function and fundamental role of the Balinese culture. Suksma Bali is the epitome of significant support to the culture, environment and the entire of Balinese community. With Suksma Bali, both Balinese and all Bali residents from different elements are expected to remain and enhance living harmoniously. Suksma Bali is chaired by I Gusti Agung Ngurah Darma Suyasa, CHA. 

 

ABOUT WORLD CLEAN UP DAY

A goal that crosses borders and defies religious and cultural differences. World Cleanup Day is one of the biggest civic movements of our time, uniting 157 countries across the world for a cleaner planet.

 

World Cleanup Day on 15 September 2018 united 18 million people across 157 countries and territories for the biggest waste collection day in human history. An epic 36-hour green wave of cleanups across the globe – beginning in New Zealand and traveling around the world before ending in Hawaii.

 

In Bali, Suksma Bali had also initiated 2018 World Cleanup Day. The event was held on 15 September 2018 as well and involving 27,000 participants across Bali island.

 

The next World Cleanup Day will take place on 21 September 2019. On that day volunteers and partners worldwide again will come together to rid our planet of trash – cleaning up litter and mismanaged waste from our beaches, rivers, forests, and streets.

 

World Cleanup Day harnesses the power of everyday people to achieve incredible things by joining together. Its beauty lies in cooperation and collaboration: building bridges between disparate communities, and including all levels of society – from citizens, to business, to government.

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