Cameroon volunteers sound alarm over beach plastic pollution

Cameroon volunteers sound alarm over beach plastic pollution

[Africanews - Africa] - 15/11/2021
Cameroon, a Central African country with a population of about 27 million, produces some 6 million tons of waste each year, including 600,000 tons of plastic. Only 20% is recycled
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