Founders' Valley follows German entrepreneur Fridtjof Detzner on his journey to India – a country that’s drowning in plastic waste. He meets with visionary founders who want to tackle the country’s pollution crisis and fight for a cleaner India.
After a Chinese ban, a rise in plastic trash exports to Malaysia, Vietnam, Thailand, Indonesia and Philippines causes a political stink.
Europe’s sustainability practices are world-leading, but some believe that what has passed as recycling should actually be called liabilityshifting. DW spoke with an American who plans to change all that.
Tap water in India isn't always clean; people often have to turn to bottled drinking water instead. But that's too expensive for poorer communities. Social entrepreneurs are stepping in with an unusual solution.
Picking up trash from riverbeds and beaches has become a popular activity around the world. But do cleanups really help tackle the growing problem of plastic pollution? DW's Brigitte Osterath reports from Honduras.
© 2019 Deutsche Welle |
Legal notice |
| Mobile version