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Nearly a decade ago, sisters Melati & Isabel started an initiative to reduce plastic bag use in Indonesia. Today, their campaign has turned them into household names.

Meet sisters Melati and Isabel, founders of Bali’s ‘Bye Bye Plastic Bags’ initiative, who are leading the fight against single-use plastics.

"It's not rocket science to see it's a problem.” Meet sisters Melati and Isabel, founders of Bali’s ‘Bye Bye Plastic Bags’ initiative, who are leading the fight against single-use plastics 🌏

WATCH: They’ve given talks at the United Nations, participated in many climate change events and are household names in Bali — Melati and Isabel Wijsen are sisters fighting for the climate, one plastic bag at a time

WATCH: Dismayed by the plastic waste strewn over their home island of Bali, Melati and Isabel Wijsen launched their initiative 'Bye Bye Plastic Bags' nearly a decade ago. Now, the sisters want the bar raised on climate action

ICYMI: Indonesian climate activists Melati and Isabel launched an initiative nearly a decade ago to try to get the people of Bali to say no to plastic bags. The sisters now want the bar raised and are calling on policymakers to take swift action

WATCH: Dismayed by the plastic waste strewn over their home island of Bali, Melati and Isabel Wijsen launched their initiative 'Bye Bye Plastic Bags' nearly a decade ago. Now, the sisters want the bar raised on climate action

WATCH: They’ve given talks at the United Nations, participated in many climate change events and are household names in Bali — Melati and Isabel Wijsen are sisters fighting for the climate, one plastic bag at a time

ICYMI: Melati and Isabel launched their initiative 'Bye Bye Plastic Bags' nearly a decade ago in the hope of educating communities and reducing plastic use in Bali, Indonesia. They now want the bar raised and are calling on policymakers to take swift action

ICYMI: Indonesian climate activists Melati and Isabel launched an initiative nearly a decade ago to try to get the people of Bali to say no to plastic bags. The sisters now want the bar raised and are calling on policymakers to take swift action

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Melati and Isabel launched their initiative 'Bye Bye Plastic Bags' nearly a decade ago in the hope of educating communities and reducing plastic use in Bali, Indonesia. They now want the bar raised and are calling on policymakers to take swift action

Dismayed by the plastic waste strewn over their home island of Bali, sisters Melati and Isabel Wijsen have channeled Ted Talks and international conferences in raising global awareness through a youth-led movement to try to eliminate the scourge

Indonesian climate activists Melati and Isabel launched an initiative nearly a decade ago to try to get the people of Bali to say no to plastic bags. The sisters now want the bar raised and are calling on policymakers to take swift action

Great read about Melati and Isabel Wijsen, two sisters who are working together to combat waste, plastic and climate change:

Youth making a difference by working to end use of plastic bags! Meet Melati & Isabel of @BBPB_bali  #SIF16  #COP22 

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