The Ghazipur landfill in New Delhi, India stretches across some 70 acres of land. The area has been dubbed “Trash Mountain” because it holds 10 million tons of garbage now piled higher than the city’s skyline. Workers can earn about…
By Mike Fritz
In Delhi, India, the capital of the world's fastest growing economy, there's a towering symbol of the environmental cost of development: tons of festering, toxic trash, piled up 10 stories high, with more and more added every day. Efforts have…
By PBS NewsHour
An estimated 150 people were inside the Koshe Garbage Landfill in Ethiopia when a landslide took place, and dozens were killed.
By Michael D. Regan
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