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.
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.
After a Chinese ban, a rise in plastic trash exports to Malaysia, Vietnam, Thailand, Indonesia and Philippines causes a political stink.
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.
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.
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