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Fighting the World's Massive Waste Problem

Waste is everywhere in our world. Plastic bottles end up in landfills or in our oceans and can take hundreds of years to decompose. How can we change this? What are the alternatives and solutions to this huge problem?

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Some amount of waste is inevitable, especially in large cities. Waste management is a complex issue though. If not done correctly, it can have grave consequences, like in this report from Russia.

 

 

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