One Island One Voice Joint Campaign for a Stop of Marine Debris Pollution

One Island One Voice campaign is slated again to carry out an island clean-up action in Bali on February 24. The campaign has, since 2015, continued to conduct socialization and provide education in an attempt to raise public awareness of addressing the waste problems. Following the their success last year, this year’s campaign sees them expand and cover every region across the island, including coastlines, rivers, villages and public spaces. As a form of concrete action and cooperation of every level of the society, this campaign doesn’t only involve the people of Bali, but also all parties like companies and communities to help solve the waste problems as soon as possible. It has also seen that the government has had a commitment to addressing the plastic waste problems, realizing the fact that Indonesia is now the second highest contributor to the marine debris. For more information about this campaign, visit


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