Costa Rica is very serious about environmental and climate protection. The right to drinking water is enshrined in the constitution and authorities buy land with water resources in order to protect them.
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With most of its energy coming from renewables, the country has become a model for environmental protection. Now it is setting its sights on improving garbage management.
Low wages, water shortage and acidified landscapes: Mining critical raw materials endangers human rights and the environment. Yet the industry is expanding.
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On this edition of Eco Africa we use some eco-friendly soap from the Cape Verde Islands, vacuum up plastic on South Africa's beaches and see how a group is trying to bring migratory birds back to Burkina Faso.
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