Historic launch of creative campus
At the heart of Kura Kura Bali development will be the world’s largest integrated Creative Campus for sustainable development celebrating and uniting our diversity. In collaboration with the United in Diversity foundation and the United Nations Sustainable Development Solutions Network, the Creative Campus is an initiative envisioned with the Minister of Tourism and Creative Economy, Mari Pangestu. It seeks to restore the balance of culture, nature and Creation in Bali and beyond as a global prototype of sustainable development and a creative community. Other partners include University of Indonesia, MIT Sloan School of Management and Tsinghua University.
Signing Ceremony, from left to right: Aristides Katoppo – UID Founder, Professor Dr. Emil Salim – University of Indonesia Research Center Climate Change Trustee and former Minister of Environment, Andreas Diantoro – President of Microsoft Indonesia, Ranjana Singh – Chairwoman WPP Indonesia, and VP Sharma – Chief Executive Officer, PT Mitra Adiperkasa.