Government Recognises Alam KulKul’s Environmental Commitment
Alam KulKul’s ‘Green Team’ recently met with senior local government representatives to receive an appreciation certificate for its ongoing tree planting activities. For the past 10 years the resort has taken the initiative to address the effects of rapid development by‘re-greening’ the island.
This included adopting a parcel of land along the banks of the Tukad Mati River in Kuta. Employees consequently set about replenishing the landscape with a structured plating programme. As a result this area is now flourishing with 7500 native trees and a riverside eco-system is slowly being established.
The certificate was officially presented by the Bandung Regent, Mr. Anak Agung Gede Agung. He expressed his gratitude to the resort for taking environmental responsibility into its own hands. AlamKulKul is a shining example of what a relatively small property of just 150 employees can achieve.