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We believe that organizations that care about the environment, about their staff and the communities around them are also likely to take better care of their guests. We believe that sustainability is a prerequisite to a good experience.
But it only starts there. All our members wow their guests and have the track record to prove it. They understand that the best way to succeed is by delivering ridiculously good service.
The BGreener members aim at inspiring a lifetime of rare experiences.
Staying at a BGreener property, eating at a BGreener restaurant, shopping at a BGreener outlet, using a BGreener service agency, you are giving back as much – if not more – than what you take away. Often in ways, you’d never expect.
We believe that your travel dollars should stay where you spend them.
BGreener is the invisible hand that propels tourism businesses in solving social and environmental management challenges in their communities.
Together, owners and managers learn how to find practical and viable solutions to daily problems (i.e. to do with waste, energy, food-sourcing, staff training, customer relationship).
We also come together and take together tangible actions to tackle some key environmental and social issues.
The initiatives by the members:
provides a simple solution to this complex problem. We have created a network of refill stations that are listed on an online map. Anyone can use these refill stations to refill their bottles as an alternative to buying water in single-use plastic bottles.
RefillMyBottle is a community of responsible travellers, conscious locals and mindful business owners who take action against plastic waste.
Our goal is to reduce the number of single-use plastic bottles used unnecessarily, starting in Indonesia.
#IaminBaliNOW social media campaign.
The average Tourism Business in Bali is losing 1000s of USD worth of income each day, thanks to a Volcano that may NOT erupt for MONTHS. The campaign #iaminBaliNOW was started when the Agung Volcano erupted and is modelled after a similar very successful scheme, trialled and tested in Nepal. It is a crowd-sourced, social media campaign to advise friends and visitors that Bali is open for business and tourism as usual. The campaign showcases Bali as it is now, with reliable, up-to-the-date information, facts, photos and stories.
It is about hoteliers committing to preserving Bali’s eco-system through sustainable waste management, staff education and working with their communities to reduce, reuse, and recycle. We recognize and support hoteliers who want to minimize their negative impact on the environment and make a positive impact on their local communities.
is inspired by Dave Hakken’s idea of preciousplastic.com, Precious Plastic Bali is focused on research and development of small-scale plastic recycling machines.
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