Volunteers clean up highly-polluted Bolivian lake

Volunteers clean up highly-polluted Bolivian lake 1


A major drought and pollution drastically reduced the size of a Bolivian lake, but volunteers are trying to make it beautiful again.

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9 Comments on "Volunteers clean up highly-polluted Bolivian lake"

  1. haryanvijaat1 | April 8, 2021 at 7:22 PM | Reply

    What a noble job

  2. Abbi Ravindhran | April 8, 2021 at 7:31 PM | Reply

    Next time someone buys a water bottle, they should think about where that bottle ends up

  3. Yuck. Prevention is the best solution.

  4. brent gurski | April 8, 2021 at 7:42 PM | Reply

    ya dont think this was canadians polluting bolivia ,but thats what the third world looks like because they dont care

  5. They’re so great and admirable 😑

  6. Bravo to the volunteers ! This should be happening all over the world, in a few years we would be living in Paradise 😊.

  7. Only the rubbishes would throw the rubbishes everywhere ! garbages !

    Whether in the beach or the country wild parks , I was always taking the rubbishes away . Everyone has responsibility to leave a clean and beautiful place for his/her next gerneration

  8. One rubbish dislike 😑
    This rubbish throw the rubbish Everwhere 😐

  9. osgood shlatters | April 8, 2021 at 8:37 PM | Reply

    Masks everywhere!

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