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India’s ‘Garbage Cafe’ Is More Significant Than It Sounds

Richard Bradbury | Arvindh Yuvaraj | Freda Liu

24-Jul-19 12:45

India’s ‘Garbage Cafe’ Is More Significant Than It Sounds

India’s first ‘Garbage Cafe’ is allowing people to exchange plastic and other recyclable trash for free meals. It’s a new initiative to clean up the streets, while also helping the homeless and needy have hearty meals daily.

Produced by: Christine Wong

Presented by: Richard Bradbury, Arvindh Yuvaraj, & Freda Liu


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Tags:  RecycleIndiaGarbageTrashFoodEnergy, EnvironmentEnvironment/SustainabilityPersonal FinancePersonal DevelopmentManagerial Resources/Development


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