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Do We Need a Global Solution to Deal With Waste?

No one wants garbage in their country. And many wealthy nations thought they had a solution. Dump it elsewhere. So, where did they send it? Well the vast majority ended up in South-east Asia. But it might not be staying there for long. Malaysia just returned 3,000 tonnes of plastic waste, and the Phillipines sent 69 containers of rubbish back to Canada. So what's the solution? And should every country deal with its own waste? Guests: Mageswari Sangaralingam Research Officer at Friends of the Earth Malaysia Simon Ellin Chief Executive of the Recycling Association #Plastic #Pollution #Environment #Malaysia #Recycling

Should Wealthy Nations Deal With Their Own Trash?

Should Wealthy Nations Deal With Their Own Trash?

Plastic Waste Crisis: South Korea's plastic waste a serious problem

Plastic Waste Crisis: South Korea's plastic waste a serious problem

World's first recycled plastic boat departs Kenya

World's first recycled plastic boat departs Kenya

Malaysia's plastic jungle  | Off The Grid  | Documentary

Malaysia's plastic jungle | Off The Grid | Documentary

Deputy President William Ruto wins Kenya's presidential election

Deputy President William Ruto wins Kenya's presidential election

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South Korea celebrates National Liberation Day

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Iran's carpet exports plummet

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Turkish delegation in US for F-16s

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UN-chartered Brave Commander first humanitarian ship from Ukraine

UN-chartered Brave Commander first humanitarian ship from Ukraine

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Serbia to remove sunken WWII German ships from Danube River

At least 41 killed as fire breaks out in a church in city of Giza

At least 41 killed as fire breaks out in a church in city of Giza

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Ruto edges ahead of Odinga as vote counting continues in Kenya

Scientists say Morocco will face severe water shortages by 2025

Scientists say Morocco will face severe water shortages by 2025

Antique tractors find home near Istanbul's F1 track

Antique tractors find home near Istanbul's F1 track

Afghanistan on edge one year since Taliban takeover

Afghanistan on edge one year since Taliban takeover

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