A sustainable Eco Region covering a development zone of 395 Ha and the connected 2,834 ha Sekaroh Forest Eco Region on the Pemongkong peninsula, East Lombok, Indonesia. We are committed to creating an exemplary working model for large-scale eco-regions, combining environmental balance, cultural awareness, financial growth, social inclusion and spiritual harmony.
Friends' Village in Tanjung Ringgit, Lombok, #Indonesia. As the largest eco-development project in Asia, this inspiring project is looking for all sorts of investors - from governments all the way to individual tribes. If you want to get involved, find out more at http://www.facebook.com/pages/Tanjung-Ringgit-Eco-Region/223751894430503
Pink Beach, Komodo Island, Indonesia Komodo contains a beach with pink sand, one of only seven in the world. The sand appears pink because it is a mixture of white sand and red sand, formed from pieces of Foraminifera.
Meeting between East Lombok Forestry Department and ESL Team to discuss the Master Plan proposals and Forestry Planning Regulations. Attendees: PK Suwartono (Forestry Ministry Representative), PK Sahri (East Lombok Forestry Department Representative), PK Mustarhadi (East Lombok Forestry Department Representative), PK Deni (BKSDA Representative), PK Hadi (Foreign Investment Board), PK Ekadana (Commissioner ESL), John Higson (CEO, ESL), Joachim Eble, Santi Ebelyna, Reville Saw, Rolf…