What lies beneath the world's most polluted river
This Indonesian river is considered the world's most polluted, and the textile industry is to blame. French journalist Martin Boudot went to Indonesia, along with several scientists, to determine the cause of this pollution. His revelations, among others, have helped raise awareness. He tells Brut Nature about his investigation.
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