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Heroes of the Sea: How plastic destroys The most toxic place on earth 1 day ago   02:56

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Plastic waste is one of the biggest threats to oceans, including overfishing and global warming. It's an ugly problem. German photographer York Hovest is taking a special look at the breadth and depth of the destruction. He highlights the work being done to preserve the life and beauty of our oceans.
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The most toxic place on earth Heroes of the Sea: How plastic destroys 1 day ago   11:14

For some, A. Bloshie is the worst place on earth. The streets are plastered with electronic scrap, chemical substances contaminate the soil, pungent smoke hangs in the air. But more than 6000 people live on Africa's most toxic rubbish tip, people whose fate begins on our doorstep.
In Europe and the USA, the commodity Mafia smuggles containers full of used electrical appliances through customs and in doing so, earns a huge share in a billion-dollar business: trade with resources and illegal scrap. Broken computers, televisions or refrigerators arrive in Ghana's harbours on a daily basis. They are stripped bare in Agbogbloshie and burned. The copper that they peel out of burning cables is worth no more than a few cents for the children of Agbogbloshie. But one day, says the young lad in the football jersey, he will buy himself a motorbike from the money and then take part in races like the pros.
The documentary, filmed in 4D, takes us on a journey to Agbogbloshie, a place in which good fortune is defined somewhat differently….