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Four Leaders in Sustainable Living

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In honor of Earth Day, we’re featuring stories of individuals going above and beyond to make our planet a better place. We travel to Mumbai to meet the man responsible for the largest beach clean up in the world, learn some tips from the Japanese town trying to go completely waste-free, and meet the people recycling billboards into backpacks.

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Anand Kumar says:

The cleanup brought the turtles back after 20 years

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bwqxRAYo8kE&t=205s

Well done mate!

Tom O'Dea says:

10:15 Afro flex in his J's

Lydia Denny says:

3:23 – I WANT THEM ALL.

Escapade says:

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TheGranti7a says:

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wyattbarron says:

the tree bridges reminds me of tel mythran in the skyrim dragonborn dlc

Ce Jota says:

Taking action is wonderful and necessary!
BUT WE SHOULD PRODUCE AND BUY NO PLASTIC ANYMORE!!!
only like this companies will change their minds.
recycling is sweet. but the problem remains.
hopefully this will change!
it must change.
and it will. im confident

cem baysan says:

what are they doing after separeting garbages in kamikatsu

Mali Rabbit says:

So… where is the garbage taken after the beach is cleaned up? Are there facilities that reuse and remake the old trash into new items?

Jam Jest says:

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Kid Icaras says:

I have to admit, I shade few tears with this montage. So many people around the world start to wake up. Thank you.

Shofi Syarifah says:

I want to live theree!! So beautiful ;;_;;

Marcus Mercer says:

God bless those people!

AvatarMiyazaki says:

“Start doing your bit to up your game” – applicable in many ways

Ilsunny Lo says:

That beach is garbage

Eklv thakur says:

It's impressive to see that small things doing in large scale can make the change

V M says:

Amazing, good people are still left on this planet. Very inspiring 🙂

Leroy was here 5000 says:

Goofy was here

Avery Lytle says:

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Jasmine Marrie says:

very inspiring

Siddharth Verma says:

I so wanna visit this place, it's not even far from my home, too bad it's not famous in India

Cocoa Poop Is Good for you says:

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†MuSick says:

this channel is so beautiful

Mi says:

The big thing sustainability requires, in the end, is human cooperation. What all of these places have in common is a strong community identity, as well as decent common sense.

Something not abundant in many places.

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