Officials, economists, scientists, and business leaders will unite at the InterContinental Bali Resort in Jimbaran to discuss ways to restore and support the ocean and its inhabitants. And for Bali and Indonesia as a whole, this is a key issue.
Indonesia is the largest archipelagic state in the world. It includes more than 17,000 islands, stretching along the equator like an emerald garland. They connect the Pacific and Indian Oceans. Therefore, the homeland for Indonesians is not only land,but also water. This means that they are more interested than anyone else in preserving the ocean.
Participants of Bali Ocean Days will hear the latest news on how to reduce marine environment pollution,learn about ideas for the protection and restoration of coastal ecosystems. A lot of attention is planned to be paid to ways to overcome the crisis caused by overfishing.
One of the sponsors of the conference is the Indonesian state oil and gas company Pertamina.
According to its CEO, the corporation is already working to provide people with 'green' energy. In addition to fossil sources, they are developing geothermal infrastructure, hydrogen projects,and also establishing biofuel plants in various regions of Indonesia.
The main sponsor of the conference is the 5-star hotel InterContinental Bali Resort in Jimbaran. It will be the venue for the two-day conference. Visitors can attend this event any day from 9:00 am to 5:30 pm. Tickets cost from 350,000 to 1,300,000 rupiahs. You can check the full program and buy tickets here.
Throughout the two days, an Ecological exhibition - Bali Ocean Days Showcase will also be held at the hotel. Entrepreneurs who create products or offer services related to environmental care will have their own stands. These can be producers of renewable energy sources,waste management operators,and other conference participants. Renting a stand for your business at the exhibition is still possible for 7,500,000 rupiahs. Participants will be given separate time to present their products.
The organizers are confident that the conference can become an annual event on the island.
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