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The once idyllic island of Bali is drowning in plastic, and it’s killing our land, water and wildlife. Our grassroots recycling program partners with Balinese schools, banjars and villages to build a sustainable recycling network and to change the beliefs and habits that lead to this pollution. Please help us to Keep Bali Beautiful!



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An important step in solving Bali’s environmental problems is helping people understand why plastic pollution is a problem and inform them how they can help solve it. One creative way to get the message out is occurring in Klungkung province with the support of the Bupati (regional governor) I Nyoman Suwirta.  He hosted a performance… Read More

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Many thanks to Lottie of the Eco-Travel blog, “Into the Eco” for visiting with our Keep Bali Beautiful and Tangkas Village Recycling Team.  She produced a beautiful video that helps to describe the Eco Tour which you can book via Airbnb.  It captures what the village is doing to return to harmony with nature by… Read More

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More than 1,000 Tankgas villagers are helping to Keep Bali Beautiful by taking part in the Tangkas Village Recycling Program (TPS).  Founded by Ketut Darmawan in 2016, TPS has been gaining support among village families who pay just 15,000 rupiah ($1.07 USD) for trash pick-up every two days.  The garbage is sent to the TPS… Read More

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“Alone we can do so little, together we can do so much” – Hellen Keller Nothing would happen without people that show their every day  engagement in saving  Bali and share their recycling knowledge with those around them. Meet WAYAN – our Eco Club Manager

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Thirty high school students from SMAN1 Banjarankan, Bali took a field trip on Monday to inspire them to become eco-educators at their school. As the SMAN1 Eco Club, it will be their job to operate the school’s recycling program and to educate their fellow students about the value of recycling. These very motivated and smart… Read More

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The solution to reduce the plastics circulation is to stop using disposable plastic items. Approximately eight million tons of plastic waste circulating in the oceans world every year, according to research presented at the annual meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). Dr. Jenna Jembeck, team leader of scientists from the… Read More

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