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Plastic ban hurting businesses in Mumbai | Money Talks

Mumbai has become the largest Indian city to ban single-use plastics. Residents caught using plastic bags, cups or bottles could face fines of up to $350 and three months in jail. Officials have been dispatched across the sprawling metropolis to start enforcing the ban. As Ben Said reports, there's been some blowback to the environmental initiative. #Mumbai #PlasticBan

Mumbai Plastic Ban: People who ignore ban face fines or jail

Mumbai Plastic Ban: People who ignore ban face fines or jail

India hosts World Environment Day | Money Talks

India hosts World Environment Day | Money Talks

Will single-use plastic ban save the oceans?

Will single-use plastic ban save the oceans?

Swedish designer fights pollution with potatoes | Money Talks

Swedish designer fights pollution with potatoes | Money Talks

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Video evidence contradicts Israel’s claims about Palestinian civilian killing

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Exclusive: former German general on grain deal, NATO and PKK

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Pope Francis under fire for targeting Russia's ethnic minority soldiers

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Churches in Denmark and Sweden cancel services amid energy crisis

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