Shipwreck spells disaster for Sri Lanka's beaches

Billions of plastic pellets are washing up on Sri Lanka's beaches from a sinking cargo ship. Clean up has begun in what's being called the country's worst ecological disaster.

06/02/2021 4:58 PM


  • Daniel M.
    06/05/2021 06:40

    The company and the country itself should pay billions and billions for this disaster.

  • Caroline R.
    06/04/2021 19:15

    The plastic industry should not exist anymore!!!!! Whether it is disposable or not is not the problem. Plastic is the problem.

  • Karma K.
    06/04/2021 12:23

    To determine how fire was started..hmmm im no Genius..but mayyyybe an accidental leakage fr 1 of chemicals someone lit up a 🚬 or 2 chemical accidentally came into contact...which therfor created a small.explosion then 🔥..js

  • Gilbert V.
    06/02/2021 22:18

    We must be more educated, and take care our planet.

  • Derrick H.
    06/02/2021 19:00

    It’s all that fake rice

  • Anel K.
    06/02/2021 18:53

    I don't believe in that accident bull*hit..

  • Jean M.
    06/02/2021 17:45

    This is a disaster!!!!!

  • Lydia E.
    06/02/2021 17:27

    After so many years of knowing plastic waste is a problem we still reproduce single use plastic? This is really horrible. My heart goes out to the ocean

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