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Governmental sites

Pemerintah Provinsi Nusa Tenggara Timur  

 

Agriculture

AgriCultures Network

 

Funds

GlobalGiving

First Peoples Worldwide

The GEF Small Grants Programme

 

Sustainability

Wahli - Friends of the Earth Indonesia

 

Business and sustainability / Sustainable Development

World Business Council for Sustainable Development

Yayasan Pembangunan Berkelanjutan 

     

Community development  

PUM

NTA

WorldVision

Yayasan Tananua

Nativitas Foundation

The International Association for Community Development (IACD)

 

Conservation

Conservation International

World Resources Institute 

Environment.web.id

Eco-Business

 

Conservation Marine 

                              

LMMA Network

Blue Ventures

Coral Reef Alliance

Coral Triangle Center

The Nature Conservancy

Reef Check Indonesia

Project Aware

Reef Resilience

SeaWeb 

Reefbase

Cape Eleuthera Institute   

Indonesia Oceanic Cetacean Program

WorldFishCenter

 

Conservation forest

Rainforest Alliance

Burung Indonesia

Indonesian Rainforest Foundation

VSO 

The Forest Carbon Partnership Facility (FCPF)

Forest.org

WWF

IUCN (International Union for Conservation of Nature)

CIFOR

the Asia-Pacific Forestry Skills and Capacity Building Program

 

 

Conservation wildlife

BirdLife International

 

Cultural heritage Preservation    

Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy of the Republic of Indonesia

First Peoples Worldwide

Unesco

LCCHP

ICCROM

 

Ecotourism   

Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy of the Republic of Indonesia                                             

Swisscontact                                              

The International Ecotourism Society 

the Global Eco Asia-Pacific Tourism Conference 15-17 October 2012

Global Sustainable Tourism Council  

The World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) is the United Nations agency responsible for the promotion of responsible, sustainable and universally accessible tourism. 

www.florestourism.com

http://sustainabletourismworld.org/

 

Education

EduChild

Yaspendik 

Green School  

NTA

Edukans

 

Health and sanitation

Ministry of Health Republic of Indonesia

WHO

The World Bank

Yayasan Ayo Mandiri

Stichting Karunia

Waste

Light of the World

OSSAA

VSO

Stichting Help Flores!

Yayasan Tananua

Yayasan Ayo Indonesia

Disaster & Disease management

World Rabies Day

Yayasan Bumi Sehat   

Komunitas AIDS Indonesia

 

Mining

Asosiasi Pertambangan Indonesia

Earthworks

International Councel on Mining & Metals

Australian Government - Dept. of Resources, Energy and Tourism

the International Cyanide Management Code

United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP)

Community development

NTA

Yayasan Tananua

WorldVision 

 

Sustainable Agriculture

Ministry of Agriculture Republic of Indonesia 

Ayo Indonesia

NTA

Indonesia Organic

VECO Indonesia

Round Table on a Sustainable World Cocoa Economy 

 

Sustainable development

Foundation for Sustainable Development

 

Sustainable Energy

Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources Republic Indonesia

Rare

Global Sustainable Electricity Partnership

SNV

HIVOS

 

Sustainable Fisheries

Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries  

FAO = Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations     

    Fisheries and Aquaculture Department          

Queensland Government - Fisheries Queensland is the lead agency in developing the policy framework to protect and conserve fisheries resources while maintaining profitable commercial and enjoyable recreational fishing sectors.                                     

 

Waste management

Plasticman Institute

 

Water management

Aqua for All

AIDFI

Ruping Foundation

The World Bank

Waste

Charity: Water

 

 

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‘What is the right type of tourism 

development for 

Flores’s sustainable future?’ 


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Report Eco Flores Conference III
16 to 18 October 2014
Maumere, Sikka


Print version available on request

nina@ecoflores.org


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Progress for sustainability 


Eco Flores initiated 
a multi-stakeholder meeting to take place 
on 9 December 2014 
at Ministry of Tourism Indonesia with the goal : 
To establish a shared vision about What is the 
right type of tourism development for 
Flores’s sustainable future? and 
To initiate stakeholder collaboration for 
Collective Impact. 
Participating organisations: 
Ayo Indonesia - Burung Indonesia - DMO - 
Eco Flores Foundation - Indecon - ReefCheck - 
SwissContact - Yayasan Komodo Kita 
Wetlands Indonesia - WWF

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 Are you planning to visit Flores ?

Please read and share - 
You can support development of 
Flores Mountainbike Trail

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WORKSHOP 
14 to 17 July in Leda, Ruteng
for info:
nina@ecoflores.org 



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Green Indonesia 
workshops May 2014

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Newsletter December 2013

Link

 

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From 26 to 29 September 2012 

we hosted the first Eco Flores  

Congress in Labuan Bajo

 

 

Report on Eco Flores Congress 2012

 

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About Eco Flores Congress 2012 

and how Eco Flores evolved video

 

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Participants at Eco Flores Congress I 

and their commitment

 

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New Zealand Flores

Collaboration

Australia Flores

Collaboration 

 

Netherlands Flores

Collaboration