International Journal of Glocal Tourism <p>International Journal of Glocal Tourism is a double-blind peer-reviewed electronic journal managed and published by Catuspata Press in March, June, September, and December. It was first published in September 2020. This interdisciplinary journal is intended to develop mutual understanding and scientific discourses on tourism as an ongoing global-local process.</p> Catuspata Press en-US International Journal of Glocal Tourism 2774-9614 Green Human Resource Management Practices in Hospitality Industry: A General Review <p><strong>Abstract: Purpose</strong>: This article aims to explore the concept of Green Human Resource Management (HRM), the Green HRM model, and the practice of Green HRM implementation in the hospitality industry.</p> <p><strong>Research methods</strong>: This study used a qualitative descriptive method with literature review. The article was taken as study material using the Google Scholar search engine.</p> <p><strong>Findings</strong>: Human resource managers must have a good awareness of the Green HRM concept, after which Green HRM practices can be carried out, such as: green building concepts, minimizing paper use, recycling and disposal of waste, and energy conservation. They should clearly integrate the concept of Green HRM in human resource functions.</p> <p><strong>Implication</strong>: Employees are expected to have a vision of sustainability, which is in the end company also concentrates not only on economic sustainability, but also ecology, and the social environment.</p> I Gede Rai Palguna Copyright (c) 2021 2021-06-10 2021-06-10 2 2 75 84 A Boutique Hotel’s Journey into Turning ‘Green’: A Case Study of Atanaya Hotel Bali <p><strong>Abstract: Purpose</strong>: This article is a case study which aimed to briefly evaluate the journey of Atanaya hotel towards green predicate; how they operate on a daily basis to emulate green lifestyle and to minimize their unfavorable business impacts on natural environment.</p> <p><strong>Research methods</strong>: This study was performed in a qualitative approach, in which the data collection was summarized through a case study in the form of on-the-spot field research and questionnaires, followed by interviews with the General Manager as well as the Owner of Atanaya Hotel Bali.</p> <p><strong>Findings</strong>: Common rooms are airy and surrounded by plantations, while guest rooms have also already been supplied with eco-friendly appliances. The hotel has carried out this type of management since 2018. Overall, considerable efforts have been put by Atanaya Hotel Bali into adapting environmentally-friendly concepts, although the hotel itself has not publicly announced its green hotel policy.</p> <p><strong>Implication</strong>: Atanaya Hotel Bali successfully followed the protocol towards being accredited as a sustainable, ecological hotel while maintaining their rates at competitive level.</p> Irene Emmanuelawati Copyright (c) 2021 2021-06-10 2021-06-10 2 2 85 91 Pandawa Beach Marketing Strategy 4.0 during the Covid-19 Pandemic <p><strong>Abstract: Purpose</strong>: The purpose of this study is to introduce more aggressively the existing situation of Pandawa Beach (Pantai Pandawa) in Badung, Bali, Indonesia, by implementing a marketing strategy 4.0 during the Covid-19 pandemic.</p> <p><strong>Research methods</strong>: The primary data of this study are from observations and interviews with the community and tourism destination managers and other informants who were determined by the snow ball method. The secondary data for this study are from literature study and documentation.</p> <p><strong>Findings</strong>: To increase the number of visits during the pandemic, it is necessary to provide more intensive information about the existence, programs, and attractions provided by Pandawa Beach management. The implementation of marketing strategy 4.0 for Pandawa Beach is very important. It is carried out with the 5A component strategy, namely Aware, Appeal, Ask, Act, and Advocate.</p> <p><strong>Implication</strong>: Pandawa Beach Managers are expected to be able to promote and provide appropriate information to the public through offline and online (social media networks) so that later it will become an attraction for tourist arrivals during the pandemic.</p> Ida Ayu Putu Sulistya I Putu Astawa Ni Gusti Nyoman Suci Murni I Ketut Sutama I Made Darma Oka Copyright (c) 2021 2021-06-10 2021-06-10 2 2 92 97 Improving Tourist Attraction Quality at Tiga Warna Beach Malang, East Java <p><strong>Abstract: Purpose</strong>: This paper is to find out the green tourism application on Tiga Warna Beach, Malang, East Java, Indonesia, with SWOT (strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats) analysis.</p> <p><strong>Research methods</strong>: This research uses qualitative descriptive method and is done by observing the existence and situation that happens in the field of research and studying some related literatures.</p> <p><strong>Findings</strong>: Tiga Warna Beach is a beautiful and attractive destination for tourists but some restrictions make this beach less crowded every day. Tourists who visit are satisfied with the natural beauty served. The final results of development strategies are based on the analysis of SWOT.</p> <p><strong>Implication</strong>: A macro business perspective is required for Tiga Warna Beach. Local people and the government should work together by focusing on the common benefits of the destination rather than on opportunistic objectives.</p> Reza Akbar Satriayudha Copyright (c) 2021 2021-06-10 2021-06-10 2 2 98 103 Teluk Benoa Reclamation and its Impacts <p><strong>Abstract: Purpose</strong>: This article aims to analyze the impacts and community reactions to Teluk Benoa (Benoa Bay) reclamation.</p> <p><strong>Research methods</strong>: This research is a descriptive analysis. The data collection method used is a literature study with a statutory regulation approach and case studies.</p> <p><strong>Findings</strong>: There are positive and negative impacts that will be received by the community if Teluk Benoa reclamation is continued and the actions taken by the community to reject the plan.</p> <p><strong>Implication</strong>: The impacts might be received by the community if Teluk Benoa reclamation continues, especially those on the sustainability of the surrounding environment.</p> Ni Made Ayu Windu Kartika Copyright (c) 2021 2021-06-10 2021-06-10 2 2 104 112 Green Tourism and Tri Hita Karana Implementation at Suranadi Narmada Area, Lombok <p><strong>Abstract: Purpose</strong>: This research is to find out the development of green tourism through Tri Hita Karana in Suranadi Narmada Area, Lombok, West Nusa Tenggara, Indonesia.</p> <p><strong>Research methods</strong>: Data collection was carried out by distributing questionnaires via Google form to 150 respondents. The research uses multiple linear regression analysis (multiple regression), classical assumption test, T test, F test, and determination coefficient test (R2).</p> <p><strong>Findings</strong>: Parhyangan has a positive and significant effect on Suranadi Narmada Area. Pawongan has a positive and significant effect on Suranadi Narmada Area. Palemahan has a positive and significant effect on Suranadi Narmada Area. Tri Hita Karana (parhyangan, pawongan, palemahan) has a positive and significant effect on the tourist area of Suranadi Narmada.</p> <p><strong>Implication</strong>: Tourism managers today are to pay more attention to tourism business which has ecological, economic, and social sustainability with a basis of local knowledge in such a green tourism paradigm.</p> Ahmad Copyright (c) 2021 2021-06-10 2021-06-10 2 2 113 123