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Microplastic in your salt

Planet or plastic? Salt produced in Indonesia, using the ancient technique of evaporating seawater contains lots of microplastics.

Salt produced in Indonesia, using the ancient technique of evaporating seawater, has been found to contains some of the highest microplastics sampled....
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The Ocean Cleanup

Trash accumulates in 5 ocean garbage patches, the largest one being the Great Pacific Garbage Patch. If left to circulate, the plastic will impact our ecosystems, health and economies.

Trash accumulates in 5 ocean garbage patches, the largest one being the Great Pacific Garbage Patch, located between Hawaii and California. If...
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Rethink plastic

A movement to raise awareness of plastic pollution and the existing solutions. Movies, education, and government pressure.

Some wise people are creating a global movement that encourages all to #RethinkPlastic. Social Impact Through Film A Plastic Ocean’s message raises...
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Gringgo smarter waste collection

Born in Bali this platform for recycling is tackling the trash problem head on.

In many places around the world, trash is a big problem and recycling is not easy, so people don’t recycle. Gringgo make...
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Trash hero

This global phenomena is growing bigger. And it's happening in Bali too.

So you like to talk trash huh? The Trash Hero movement is a global phenomena and is growing bigger. They educate and...
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Racing to clean

Volcom Indonesia offers an example of responsible action, the Red Bag race.

From the great mind of Ketut “King Kong” Kasih, owner of Volcom Indonesia. The red bag race is a competition to collect...
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Byebye plastic bags

Youth Driven Change to get the people of Bali to say no to plastic bags.

Byebye plastic bags is an initiative from children to force all the people to say no to plastic bags, because of the...
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SOS from the deep

CTC provides education and training to make sure that marine protected areas!

Coral Reefs need our help now! More than 27% of the world’s coral reefs are already lost. If we don’t do anything...
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Plastic bags

Less than 1 percent of plastic bags goes into a recycle bin.

Billions of plastic bags are made each year. Of these bags, one hundred billion are thrown away according to Worldwatch Institute, with...
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