Trashing Plastic

By December 26, 2018 No Comments
“What can we do now, as children living in Bali, to make a difference?” With that one question, Melati and Isabel Wijsen – both teenagers – started Bye Bye Plastic Bags to solve the plastic problem that is plaguing the oceans. With teenagers leading the conversation, we will discuss with the next generation on how the tides can be turned.


Melati Wijsen is a 17-year-old changemaker and activist who co-founded Bye Bye Plastic Bags with her younger sister. In 2017, they were named 100 Most Inspiring Women by Forbes Indonesia.


Olivier Pouillon is the CEO of Gringgo, a data-driven trash app that allows its users to invest in garbage and solve waste management issues.


Liv Lo is an artiste, host, double-certified yoga instructor, and environmental advocate. She uses her public voice to effect positive change in her sphere of influence whether on social media, in brands she supports, or through her yoga classes and events.


Maya Nicholson is 15 and a student at United World College Southeast Asia. She has been on the advisory board of Singapore Creations Etc., and has volunteered in Nepal, Ladakh, and Cambodia.

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