Integrative Digital Platform Based on Collaborative Governance Model for Green Tourism Village in Bali


  • Deddy Kurniawan Halim MICE Dept., Politeknik Internasional Bali, Indonesia
  • Ersy Ervina Applied Science School, Universitas Telkom, Bandung, Indonesia
  • Dwi Novita Cahyaningtyas Permatasari Politeknik Internasional Bali
  • Ni Nyoman Sri Astuti Tourism Dept., Politeknik Negeri Bali, Indonesia



Green Tourism Village, Collaborative Governance, Digital Platform, N-GreenV


Green Tourism Village (DWH) has become the new locomotive of the tourism industry post-COVID-19. DWH incorporates a green economy by reducing environmental risks and resource exploitation. The increasing number of tourists to Bali contradicts the declining occupancy rate, showing the hotel’s oversupply. A shifting trend from urban to rural tourism exists, but this invasion threatens environmental sustainability. This study aims to investigate the feasibility of collaborative governance involving pentahelix stakeholders. DeWiKu apps and SIDeWi*HuB digital platform are developed, 30 villages representing 9 cities/regencies in Bali are selected to be sample pools with variables measured; 1)N-GreenV, 2)Community Participation, 3)Perception on Sustainability.


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How to Cite

Halim, D. K., Ervina, E., Permatasari, D. N. C., & Astuti, N. N. S. (2023). Integrative Digital Platform Based on Collaborative Governance Model for Green Tourism Village in Bali . Environment-Behaviour Proceedings Journal, 8(26), 409–417.