As an explanation (but not an excuse) this happens just after the start of every wet season in Indo. For a few weeks, it’s a cesspool and then it cleans up. The main issue is the lack of any waste infrastructure. People create/end up with waste.I don’t need therapy I just need to do surfing shirt They need to put it somewhere but if there is nowhere to put it and no one to challenge it being dumped, many still do their best but some just leave it anywhere. And even specific areas for rubbish can be flooded (and for some, the monsoon season is the way they clean out their village – of course just sending the stuff out to sea).
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Understand your point. In Australia, at times there is rubbish in the water, but due to our location, lack of population, and (as you pointed out) waste infrastructure, I don’t need therapy I just need to do surfing shirt it is a different situation. And not just with the trash but with the cause of it, which is almost always of economic nature. As much as I hate Bolsonaro, when he said that Brazil doesn’t owe the world a thing, he sort of had a point. Why can’t Brazil exploit its natural resources the same way everyone else does or did? Not just that, us colonizers didn’t limit it to our own turf, we exploited everything everywhere.
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So if we want them to preserve the rain forests, or the oceans, or the air, we should compensate them for not using their resources. From a global fond. And we have to be smart with our money. Do we really need the most cutting edge filters in Europe? Also, don’t send our trash there. I don’t need therapy I just need to do surfing shirt Which should be obvious. Especially to Africa. But I’m pretty sure I’m in the minority. Especially as this would mean cutbacks in our own quality of life for it to be truly effective. And people aren’t even on board to wear masks to help others.