This glamping hideout in Bali is made entirely out of bamboo

June 30, 2020 by  
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Adventurous glamping meets the soft sounds of the Indonesian rainforest at Hideout Horizon in East Karangasem, Bali. This entire home is made out of bamboo and completely open, with ladders and ramps connecting floors and bedrooms. A custom, overhanging grass roof helps shelter occupants from the elements. Designed by Studio WNA for Hideout Bali, the property measures over 860 square feet in size. The open design helps guests get up-close-and-personal with the unique natural environment of Bali, with added creature comforts such as options for meal service, a fully functional kitchen and multi-layered mosquito nets. Related: Treehouse hotel in Bali offers maximum views with a minimal footprint Start on the ground floor, where the kitchen opens to a comfortable living area with a hanging hammock. You’ll also find an exposed bathroom with an artfully designed outdoor shower and a sink made of bamboo and stone. Just outside the kitchen, access a serene indoor-outdoor plunge pool surrounded by tropical greenery. The second floor contains a bamboo ramp that leads to the master bedroom and a 240-centimeter-wide round bed. The third floor is dedicated to a small loft area with two single beds in the highest point of the house. Potential renters will want to keep in mind that there are no doors on the property, and the company reminds guests that privacy is hard to come by in the open-air setting (time to get comfortable with your traveling companions!). Climb up via the bamboo shelves or through the master bedroom to access an overhanging net, which elevates guests above the pool and provides treehouse-like views of the property. From here, the active volcano of Mount Agung, the highest point in Bali, is visible in the distance. Because of the natural ventilation achieved by the open layout and the surrounding environment, Hideout Horizon has no need for air conditioning or fans. The bamboo used in construction also helps stabilize the temperature. Hideout Horizon is available to rent on Airbnb through Hideout Bali . + Studio WNA Images via The Freedom Complex via Hideout Bali

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20 C-suite sustainability champions for 2020

January 6, 2020 by  
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These corporate execs are casting a new mold for embracing environmental, social and governance factors at the highest levels.

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When it comes to conference panels, everything in moderation

January 6, 2020 by  
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Leading a good sustainability conference panel isn’t just about letting the experts speak.

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10 key trends to watch for the 2020s

January 6, 2020 by  
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If so much can change in a year, imagine what the next decade could bring.

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Why climate and sustainability professionals need to take the next step in our evolution

November 25, 2019 by  
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Sustainability professionals need to demonstrate the value they can bring to the highest levels of their organization. Simply put, we’re not there yet.

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The road more traveled: tourism’s alarming — and growing — carbon footprint

March 13, 2019 by  
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The hospitality industry has one of the highest rates of emissions per customer. But the demand for alternatives is growing.

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How to keep conservation policies from backfiring in a globally connected world

March 13, 2019 by  
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Shared global resources and spaces call for sustainable and collaborative management.

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3 reasons why it’s time to install solar in the Sunshine State

November 1, 2018 by  
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With some of the highest solar capacity in the nation, there’s clear demand for the clean energy job potential in Florida.

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How Car Battery Recycling Could Be Even Better

August 1, 2017 by  
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Which items in the waste stream are the most commonly recycled? Ten percent of plastic, 28 percent of glass, 49 percent of aluminum cans and 55 percent of paper is recycled. But the recycling award for the product with the highest recycling rate…

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Oli blessing and opening with Ramsay Taum

July 6, 2017 by  
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A traditional blessing used by Hawaiians throughout generations to preserve oral histories and traditions. Today, the oli is referred to as the soul of the aboriginal peoples of Hawaii and is recognized at the highest form of the Hawaiian language.

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