Diver Films Trash In Bali; India Natural Wastewater Treatment; and, Canada Sticks to Promises To Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions

By March 7, 2018Ocean News
Diver films a Sea of Ocean Trash in the SCUBA hotspot of Bali

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No interview today (my apologies). Instead I cover some news items including a diver’s video of underwater trash goes vital; an Indian natural wastewater treatment system treats 198 million gallons of water; and, Canada confirms commitment to Paris Climate Accord Agreement even though they are upping their greenhouse gas emissions.

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