Edgar Wolf reports on a member of China's budding environmentalist movement. Huo Daishan has fought to save the Huai river for decades. And his efforts are paying off.
With its stunning beaches, the Indonesian island of Bali draws tourists from around the world. But plastics are spoiling the view, spurring locals to take action — from production to disposal.
Every seventh jar of honey opened daily around the globe is fake honey. As global demand for the sweet stuff grows, bees are producing less as a result of pollution, thus driving up prices and attracting honey fakers.
A video of a diver swimming through a nightmarish soup of plastic bags and food wrappers off the coast of Bali in Indonesia went viral earlier this year, sparking anger and calls for action to tackle ocean pollution. Indonesia is the world's second-largest source of marine plastic waste, after China. Maria Bakkalapulo went to Bali to find out how people there are trying to cut down on plastic.
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