Gary Bencheghib: Be Bold in Fighting What You Believe In

The young founder of ‘Make A Change World’, environment activist Gary Bencheghib, inspires by example. Canoeing down the Citarum, deemed the world’s most polluted river, on kayaks made from plastic bottles, he and his brother got the government to take notice, impacting policy change to save the environment! ‘Be bold in fighting what we believe in’ is the powerful message he sends across.

Talk recorded at ‘INK2018: Billionaires of Moments’ in Hyderabad

ABOUT GARY BENCHEGHIB: INK Fellow Gary is an environmental-and-water activist, and filmmaker. His foundation, Make a Change World, uncovers uplifting and inspirational stories with an aim to give a voice to the underrepresented and bring about social change. With his younger brother Sam Bencheghib, he has launched a series of expeditions – from kayaking the world’s most polluted river in Java on plastic-bottle kayaks, to standup paddling down New York’s most toxic waterways – to bring to light the impact of growing water pollution. In the past 2 years, Gary’s videos have been viewed by over 500 million people worldwide.

Recorded at INK2018, HYDERABAD


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Gary Bencheghib

Environmental-and-water activist and filmmaker

Gary is an environmental-and-water activist, and filmmaker. His foundation, Make a Change World, uncovers uplifting and inspirational stories with an aim to give a voice to the underrepresented and bring about social change. With his younger brother Sam Bencheghib, he has launched a series of expeditions – from kayaking the world’s most polluted river in Java on plastic- bottle kayaks, to standup paddling down New York’s most toxic waterways – to bring to light the impact of growing water pollution. In the past 2 years, Gary’s videos have been viewed by over 500 million people worldwide.

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