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May 20, 2011

Accor going green on the celebration of Earth Guest Day 2011 ‘Green for a Meaningful Life’ - May 19, 2011

Accor going green on the celebration of Earth Guest Day 2011 ‘Green for a Meaningful Life’ - May 19, 2011

Accor Bali hotels taking a step further in enhancing the awareness of protecting the earth. Bali, Indonesia – Accor, the largest international operator of hotels in Indonesia, known for its commitment on sustainable CSR program. 
Bali, Indonesia – Accor, the largest international operator of hotels in Indonesia, known for its
commitment on sustainable CSR program.
Collaborating with a public health service organization Manu Waluya, Accor Bali hotels celebrated
this year Earth Guest Day with theme Green for a Meaningful Life. Together they have set a four
months Verticulture program for YPAC Jimbaran students and teachers.
On behalf of the region Mr. Stephane Bryer, General Manager of The Royal Beach Seminyak Bali,
officially announced the starting of the program. They conducted the first step: focusing on
education and training on planting ergonomic vegetables. This step is a beginning of the life-skill
educations program that will give children a head to start in life. The day started with the
presentation of the program and then followed by handed over plantation seeds from Accor team
to the YPAC.

Press Release
May 2, 2011
Asty Anjaswari – Human Resources Manager Novotel Nusa Dua says: “Accor has been consistently
deliver sustainable development, focusing on children and the environment because these are two of
Indonesia’s most valuable assets for the future. Our future is on their hands and we have the responsibility
to provide them a healthy environment for them to grow and to prepare them with significant skills for a
better and brighter life.”

One of Accor’s sustainability programs being implemented throughout Indonesia, including Bali, is
“A Tree for A Child” program. This is a social and environmental program established by Accor and the
foundation Yayasan Peduli Tunas Bangsa in 2001, with the twin goals of alleviating poverty and protecting
the environment through four major pillars: education, healthcare, nutrition and treeplanting.
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About A Tree For a Child in Indonesia
A Tree for A Child (ATFAC) is a social and environmental program, established by Accor in Indonesia in 2001, with the twin goals of alleviating poverty and protecting the environment. The focus is on these main factors, because both these two are some of Indonesia’s most valuable assets for the future. Accor has been assisting orphanages, children’s special homes, scholarship and charities in Indonesia, for the best part of 10 years now. Some successful initiatives that have been undertaken over the years, ATFAC has provided scholarships to over 80 talented but underprivileged children in the Cipinang area, East Jakarta and has planted over 100,000 trees in Central Java.





About Accor
Accor, the world's leading hotel operator and market leader in Europe, is present in 90 countries with 4,100 hotels and close to 500,000 rooms.
Accor's broad portfolio of hotel brands - Sofitel, Pullman, MGallery, Novotel, Suite Novotel, Grand Mercure, Mercure,
Adagio, ibis, all seasons, Etap Hotel, Formule 1, hotelF1 and Motel 6 in 42 countries, Thalassa sea & spa, and Lenôtre -provide an extensive offer from luxury to budget. With 145,000 employees worldwide, the Accor Group offers to its clienteles and partners nearly 45 years of experience and expertise.




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