In 2015, One Island One Voice (OIOV) started as a sticker campaign to highlight and promote the shops, restaurants and hotels that were plastic bag free. Since then, OIOV has grown into a collective of organizations and individuals who are committed to creating a cleaner, greener Bali.
In 2018, OIOV seeks to formalize an alliance of shops, restaurants, and hotels who are committed to saying NO to single use plastics.
Bali’s BIGGEST Clean-up
Saturday, 24 February 2018
Last February, OIOV organized Bali’s Biggest Beach Clean-up. We mobilized 12,000 people across 55 locations around Bali and collected 40 tons of trash in just one day.
This year, we’re expanding and organising Bali’s Biggest Clean up EVER! Clean-ups will be organized across the island throughout every region, covering Bali’s coastline, rivers, villages and public spaces.
Clean-ups will be organized by local leaders, youth and volunteers across the island. If you’re interested in organizing a clean up in your area, learn more by clicking on button below.
Clean-ups will be organized by local leaders, youth and volunteers across the island. If you’re interested in organizing a clean up in your area, learn more here.
Want to join a clean up? Sign up here and we’ll send you the list of clean-up locations the week of the event.
WHERE WILL THE TRASH GO?
- Eco Bali Recycle Station
- Pick Up by DLHK