Senee Kruawan lives on the Thai island of Koh Klang. He spends lots of time on the beach. But he doesn't like what he sees there. People are littering everywhere. The garbage ends up in the sea. He wants to change all that.
Garbage collection in the Dominican Republic is ineffective and chaotic. But clean streets and a cut in climate-killing emissions could be on the way thanks to new modern facilities and clever management.
Around 1,000 tons of trash flows down the Rhine River and is dumped into the ocean every year. Armed with garbage bags and sturdy gloves, volunteers in 58 cities along the famous river decided to do something about it.
Hundreds of whales, dolphins and porpoises wash up on Britain's shores every year. Ocean crime scene investigators are working to understand why, and grasp the bigger picture of life and death in the deep.
In a bid to stop stockpiling garbage in Thailand, the government plans to ban imports of plastic and electronic waste. The environment minister has called on the Thai recycling industry to use domestic scrap first.
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