This is the second little film in a series by Small is Beautiful Project, about people and groups changing their communities for the better. Bye Bye Plastic Bags (BBPB) is a social initiative, driven by children, to stop the use of plastic bags on Bali.
Three years ago Isabel (then 9) and Melati (then 11) decided to do something about all the rubbish, especially plastic bags, choking Bali’s fragile ecosystems. What started as on online petition has now developed into a successful volunteer-driven campaign to clean up the island and empower young people in Indonesia.
You can read more about Isabel and Melati's work here facebook.com/byebyeplasticbags
To find out more about Small is Beautiful Project, check out our Facebook page facebook.com/smallisbeautifulproject
Music: House with Legs, Alright Lover
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