3 questions, 3 answers: How can Indonesia avoid plastic garbage?
13 March 2018 | 12:54 pm
Indonesia is confronting a massive plastic garbage problem. Recently, a video made by an Australian tourist showed a manta ray feeding among pieces of trash at Manta Point in Bali.
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