Month: March 2022

Bali Reef Conservation

North Bali Reef Conservation aims to restore and conserve Tianyar’s coral reef, they also aim to provide an alternative, sustainable livelihood to the local people. Connect for Cause helped to make the impact of the coral restoration visible through content creation and raised with our community funds to build artificial reef structures.

Organic Farming

It is difficult to find out if the vegetables in Bali are really organic. The solution has the social enterprise Bali Coop which offers a certified fair trade hub for organic fruits and vegetables. Media for Cause supported Bali Coop in the creation of an image video to attract more sponsors and partners to scale the project.

Plastic Pollution Problem Bali

Over 240 tons of trash are produced each day in the southern part of Bali alone and 25% comes from the tourism industry. Mudfish No Plastic focuses on educating the local youth in a fun way about plastic pollution. Together with Mudfish No Plastic we removed more than 100kg of plastic from the ocean and supported with our community many of their Plastic workshops to educate local kids about the danger of single use plastic.

Mind-Body-Earth Challenge

The Mind-Body-Earth event was a 30 day challenge to help people kick-start their sustainable impact and raise awareness together about the importance of taking care of your BODY and MIND while helping the EARTH. More than 50 eco warriors participated in the daily challenges and helped to raise a total of 3500€ for CFC to be on the ground in Indonesia and make a positive environmental impact.

Tree Planting for Critical Wildlife Habitat

In recent years, there has been an increase in the number of human-wildlife conflicts in the Leuser Ecosystem. In order to mitigate the impacts, Connect for Cause supports the restoration of a couple hundred hectares of forest to connect fragmented areas of the elephant corridor with our partners HAkA Sumatra and Leuser Conservation Forum. Until now, we have planted 280 trees together with our community and partners.

The Turtle Island Bangkaru

The island of Bankaru also called the “Turtle Island” is the last place in Indonesia with untouched rainforest and where endangered turtles nest every night of the year. The organisation Ecosystem Impact is on a mission to protect with a team of rangers this magical place. Connect for Cause was on the ground with Media for Cause tomake the impact visible of Ecosystem Impact and our community helped support the project financially.