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Plastic Pollution: Senegal activists lead clean-up

According to Greenpeace, the world produces more than 260 million tonnes of plastic waste each year, and 10 percent of that ends up in the ocean. In Senegal, the government has tried to make some reforms and pledged to clean up its act, but it's the activists that are making a bigger difference. Rahul Radhakrishnan has more.

Senegal's green activists fight plastic use | Money Talks

Senegal's green activists fight plastic use | Money Talks

Microplastic waste in seafood

Microplastic waste in seafood

Swedish designer fights pollution with potatoes | Money Talks

Swedish designer fights pollution with potatoes | Money Talks

The story of plastic

The story of plastic

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Filipina mothers patrol streets to curb drug war killings

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