The legacy of Kenya’s toxic lake
04 March 2023 | 5:13 am
Kenya is the world's fourth largest exporter of cut flowers - but it's a dirty business. At Lake Naivasha, huge numbers of fish have been killed by pollutants. We see how Kenyan flower farms are now working more sustainably.
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