Ocean Mimic is a brand and charity united by one common vision — healthy, plastic-free oceans. Our love for the oceans is at the heart of everything we do.
In Bali, the waste issue is extensive and needs a multitude of approaches to solve the problem. We want to be part of a collaborative and creative local solution which is why we work with a variety of local partners.
We choose our projects based on how effectively they can raise awareness, educate and empower.
Our projects include:
- Bali Cleanups
- Bali School Programmes
- Bali Recycling Center
- Worldwide Cleanups
Our costs include:
- Paying local staff
- Waste transportation
- Printing educational materials
- Gloves and bags
Emma is quite simply a girl with a love for the ocean. She realised from a young age that she wanted to educate people in a creative way to inspire them to protect our oceans.
Emma drives Ocean Mimic along with her creativity, passion and a radical optimism! ‘It all starts with you’, is the motto of Ocean Mimic. Here’s what Emma has to say about it:
“I think that the world would be a very different place if everyone actually believed that they could make a difference. After all, that’s how Ocean Mimic began. I am no one special, I have no extraordinary skills, I just believed that I could do something to help and I put my heart into it.”
Bali Cleanup Coordinator
This marked our first ever clean up on Berawa Beach. Since then we have held weekly clean ups. Check out this post to learn more about Bali’s waste crisis.
We celebrated the launch of our kickstarter with a catwalk to show off our suits and to have a night of fun with our community in Bali.
1st School Cleanup
We cleaned the beach with St. Thomas Aquino school with 700 children over 3 days.
Cleanups go worldwide
To celebrate World Oceans Day, we had 20 cleanups worldwide!
World Cleanup Day 2019
Our +1500 Ocean Mimic volunteers picked up 3,400 kilos from +20 different countries. Read all about it here.
Bali Plastic Tour
If you want to for a habit, you have to be consistent. In preparation for the new year, we had 31 cleanups around Bali, one for every day of December!
We rolled up our sleeves and opened our New Recycle Center in Canggu, Bali.
Solo Cleanup Project
To celebrate World Oceans Day in light of COVID-19, we had our first solo clean up.
1. Installing bins across Canggu beaches
2. World Cleanup Day 2020