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Partnering to Remove Plastic Waste Along the Ganges River

03 09 2019

India is home to some of the most significant sources of unmanaged plastic waste worldwide. An estimated 1.2 billion pounds of plastic waste enter the Ganges River every year, which is one of ten global rivers transporting more than 90% of river-based plastics to the ocean. That’s why the Alliance to End Plastic Waste is contributing funding, materials, logistics capabilities, and technical expertise to Renew Oceans’ work in India.

To tell this story, the Alliance partnered with National Geographic and Renew Oceans to get to the heart of the plastic waste crisis and make a global impact. On the banks of the Ganges River, we’re empowering and engaging the community – so that our biggest challenge becomes our biggest opportunity.

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