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Bye Bye Plastic Bags

Bye Bye Plastic Bags

Oct 30, 2019-- "Five years ago, two young women decided they were going to do something about the plastic problem on their island of Bali. And Bye Bye Plastic Bags was born. How young? So young one of them couldn't make it to our midweek interview. "She's at school," explained 18-year-old Melati Wijsen, talking about her 16- year- old sister Isabel."She's just halfway through grade 11 and she's putting her focus more into graduating high school."Bali is part of the island nation of Indonesia, which is the world's second biggest polluter when it comes to marine plastic..."NPR shares more here. (2135 reads)


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