.
.
.
.

Pollution of the Mediterranean Sea: Here is the part Lebanon plays

Published: Updated:

Lebanon, a country with six million people, slightly larger than a French district, has one of the highest population densities in the world. Ninety percent of its population, live near the coast. In 2015, Beirut was hit by an unprecedented crisis. Waste was not collected for eight months. The Lebanese government has found no other solution to the waste problem except to hide the 750 tons of waste produced by Beirut daily in landfills in the Mediterranean Sea.