It’s not too late: Cleaning up bayous | ABCNL

ABC News’ Ginger Zee reports on the pollution in the Buffalo Bayou in Houston, Texas, and cleanup efforts taking place.

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15 thoughts on “It’s not too late: Cleaning up bayous | ABCNL

  1. Well i am all for that. Cleaner water means good quality marine life and fish. Keep in mind we are human and we do need clean and good quality water. Not to mention whats in the water is a major part of our food supply. Great job ABC News now this is both positive and encouraging!

  2. Self interest is for the past; common interest is for the future. D.Attenborough.

    Native: Your kids can name more KPop groups than trees. – S.Sherman

    Manchin: "I haven't done anything that isn't for my state or my country". That includes polluting the state and country for personal profit.

    Trump: "The concept of global warming was created by and for the Chinese in order to make US manufacturing non-competitive".

  3. If you clean up the water you can go swimming in more places, how is that not bad..? Also why are people even doing that we got drones that will do the pickup, all people have to do is empty them..

  4. I appreciate his help but this is like MrBeast's #teamocean. It's a bandage to a shotgun blast. This problem is so much complex and it doesn't end with recycling. Our society had remove all responsibilities of taking care of our planet from corporations. They are the one who made these products in the first place. And yes, we keep buying it. Ppl are not gonna steer away from what is convenient for them. And the rise of food delivery service just make it worst of the consumption of single use plastic. There is hope tho. There are grocery stores in Canada than only sell products without plastic. All of the packaging is made by corn starch or biodegradable material. I'm not saying these packaging don't have its flaws, if dispose off incorrectly they could produce methane gases. But that proves that corporations can make their packaging more earth friendly but they choose not to.

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