Bali’s Biggest Clean Up 2019

Bali is saying no more to rubbish with the Biggest Beach Clean Up ever organized on the island on February 16th. With the constant rains and floods and coupled with the poor waste management, the beaches we love have become littered with rubbish washed ashore from the tides. Organized by One Island One Voice, last year’s event had successfully manage over 20,000 people to clean up more than 120 beaches around the island’s perimeter. It’s time to get involved. Grab your friends and head to the closest beach to your house and get cleaning! Anyone and everyone is invited! Head to www.oneislandonevoice.org for more information.

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