I grew up on the island of Bali, where I witnessed the once pristine Balinese beaches transition into a congested playground for masses of tourists. With development comes all sorts of negative repercussions and pollution became a direct threat to my day to day life.
So at 14-years old, I founded Make A Change Bali, a non-profit organization aimed at educating the local community about the effects of plastic waste and some of the ways we can live more sustainably.
From sailing down the Mississippi River on a plastic bottle boat to documenting the biggest environmental group in the history of Indonesia, to following Rob Greenfield wearing every single piece of trash he created for a month, my work has been viewed by tens of millions worldwide. I hope to inspire people to take positive action one view at a time.
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