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INTEGRATING SUSTAINABILITY INTO ISLAND
LANDSCAPES –
AN INDONESIAN PERSPECTIVE
By: Ellie Lovett
OUTLINE
A Vision
A Current Snapshot:
Tourism in Indonesia
A Case Study:
A Chapter from Uluwatu, Bali
Pilot Project:
A small island based Authentic Ecolodge nestled in Protected Forest
A VISION FOR TOURISM
If managed responsibly, tourism can actively harness
symbiosis and contribute towards integrating a sense of
responsibility
and balance into the surrounding landscape, thus creating a
precedent for development and the mainstream interactions
between Society and the Environment.
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A CURRENT SNAPSHOT OF TOURISM IN INDONESIA
INDONESIA
• Tourism in Indonesia has constantly evolved over the past 45
years
• “Boom-to-Bust” model of ad hoc development
• Tourism as a prime channel for change and precursor for
regional economic development
A CASE STUDY
LESSONS FROM BALI: A-CHAPTER FROM
ULUWATU
Photo Credit: SwellNet
Photo Credit: SwellNet
Photo Credit: H.Hump
A Study To Examine…
• How direct surf tourism related expenditures contribute
to the local economy at Uluwatu
• The significance of ecosystem service on human
wellbeing
ANNUAL VISITORS TO ULUWATU IN 2013
STAKEHOLDER PERCEPTION
S
• All stakeholder groups place a high value towards a clean coastal and marine
environment at Uluwatu.
• All tourists recognize declining environmental integrity and recreational
amenity at Uluwatu and how this has impacted negatively to their experience.
• Rubbish as the principle environmental problem.
STAKEHOLDER PERCEPTION
S
• The ecosystem service is valued more by foreigners than by the local residents
• 92.8% of visitors stayed in paid accommodation: selection criteria based upon
price and location, environmental concern ‘not very important’
INSIGHTS FROM ULUWATU
• Common-pool resource: Tragedy of the Commons
• In reality, natural area tourism is limited in its’ scope
and diversification is required
• Natural area tourism as a prime industry to leverage
responsible land use and resource management
Photo: Uluwatu Surf Villas
QUESTIONS RAISED FROM
ULUWATU
Who is responsible to get the ball rolling towards
responsible management of natural resources?
Photo:Flickr.com
A PILOT PROJECT
–
AN AUTHENTIC ECOLODGE AS A TOOL TO INTEG
RATE
SUSTAINABILITY INTO ISLAND LANDSCAPES
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Summary
• Trends and patterns already exist: 1) Tourism as a precursor for
regional development 2) Tragedy of the Commons
• Natural area tourism can generate a lot of money eg. Uluwatu,
however if achieving a sustainable and authentic industry, it is
limited in scope and requires diversification
• Tourism as one of the most influential industries for the future of
sustainability 1) Private sector via a social enterprise model as a
prime driver
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