Beautiful Vacation Destinations Overtaken By Trash

Beautiful Vacation Destinations Overtaken By Trash

Bali Trash
Bali. Photo courtesy of: © Claude Graves

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Our planet is inhabited by more than seven billion people and grows by nearly 100,000 people a day. By 2025, the amount of waste we produce as a planet is set to exceed 2.2 billion metric tons a year, and by 2100 we will be churning out more than 11 million tons a day.

As a result many of our world’s most beautiful and historic destinations are being buried under mountains of trash. Here are some of the worst…

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