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Indonezja - plastikowe śmieci na wyspie Java - AFP (14)

EN_01390171_0117 AFP
This aerial picture taken on July 22, 2019 shows plastic waste collected in the village of Bangun. - Bangun is among several poor communities in Java, Indonesia's most populous island, that have carved a living from mining waste, much of it from Western nations including the United States, England, and Belgium, as well as the Middle East. (Photo by Bagus Saragih / AFP) / To go with AFP story by Indonesia-environment-waste, Feature by Harry Pearl
To go with AFP story by Indonesia-environment-waste, Feature by Harry Pearl
EN_01390171_0118 AFP
This aerial picture taken on July 22, 2019 shows plastic waste collected in the village of Bangun. - Bangun is among several poor communities in Java, Indonesia's most populous island, that have carved a living from mining waste, much of it from Western nations including the United States, England, and Belgium, as well as the Middle East. (Photo by Bagus Saragih / AFP) / To go with AFP story by Indonesia-environment-waste, Feature by Harry Pearl
To go with AFP story by Indonesia-environment-waste, Feature by Harry Pearl
EN_01390171_0119 AFP
This picture taken on July 22, 2019 shows villager Keman sitting amongst plastic waste in the village of Bangun. - Bangun is among several poor communities in Java, Indonesia's most populous island, that have carved a living from mining waste, much of it from Western nations including the United States, England, and Belgium, as well as the Middle East. (Photo by Juni Kriswanto / AFP) / To go with AFP story by Indonesia-environment-waste, Feature by Harry Pearl
To go with AFP story by Indonesia-environment-waste, Feature by Harry Pearl
EN_01390171_0120 AFP
This picture taken on July 22, 2019 shows plastic waste collected in the village of Bangun. - Bangun is among several poor communities in Java, Indonesia's most populous island, that have carved a living from mining waste, much of it from Western nations including the United States, England, and Belgium, as well as the Middle East. (Photo by Juni Kriswanto / AFP) / To go with AFP story by Indonesia-environment-waste, Feature by Harry Pearl
To go with AFP story by Indonesia-environment-waste, Feature by Harry Pearl
EN_01390171_0121 AFP
This picture taken on July 22, 2019 shows villagers sifting through plastic waste in the village of Bangun. - Bangun is among several poor communities in Java, Indonesia's most populous island, that have carved a living from mining waste, much of it from Western nations including the United States, England, and Belgium, as well as the Middle East. (Photo by Juni Kriswanto / AFP) / To go with AFP story by Indonesia-environment-waste, Feature by Harry Pearl
To go with AFP story by Indonesia-environment-waste, Feature by Harry Pearl
EN_01390171_0122 AFP
This picture taken on July 22, 2019 shows villagers sifting through plastic waste in the village of Bangun. - Bangun is among several poor communities in Java, Indonesia's most populous island, that have carved a living from mining waste, much of it from Western nations including the United States, England, and Belgium, as well as the Middle East. (Photo by Juni Kriswanto / AFP) / To go with AFP story by Indonesia-environment-waste, Feature by Harry Pearl
To go with AFP story by Indonesia-environment-waste, Feature by Harry Pearl
EN_01390171_0123 AFP
This picture taken on July 22, 2019 shows villagers sifting through plastic waste in the village of Bangun. - Bangun is among several poor communities in Java, Indonesia's most populous island, that have carved a living from mining waste, much of it from Western nations including the United States, England, and Belgium, as well as the Middle East. (Photo by Juni Kriswanto / AFP) / To go with AFP story by Indonesia-environment-waste, Feature by Harry Pearl
To go with AFP story by Indonesia-environment-waste, Feature by Harry Pearl
EN_01390171_0124 AFP
This picture taken on July 22, 2019 shows villagers sifting through plastic waste in the village of Bangun. - Bangun is among several poor communities in Java, Indonesia's most populous island, that have carved a living from mining waste, much of it from Western nations including the United States, England, and Belgium, as well as the Middle East. (Photo by Juni Kriswanto / AFP) / To go with AFP story by Indonesia-environment-waste, Feature by Harry Pearl
To go with AFP story by Indonesia-environment-waste, Feature by Harry Pearl
EN_01390171_0125 AFP
This picture taken on July 22, 2019 shows villagers sifting through plastic waste in the village of Bangun. - Bangun is among several poor communities in Java, Indonesia's most populous island, that have carved a living from mining waste, much of it from Western nations including the United States, England, and Belgium, as well as the Middle East. (Photo by Juni Kriswanto / AFP) / To go with AFP story by Indonesia-environment-waste, Feature by Harry Pearl
To go with AFP story by Indonesia-environment-waste, Feature by Harry Pearl
EN_01390171_0126 AFP
This picture taken on July 22, 2019 shows a villager after sifting through plastic waste in the village of Bangun. - Bangun is among several poor communities in Java, Indonesia's most populous island, that have carved a living from mining waste, much of it from Western nations including the United States, England, and Belgium, as well as the Middle East. (Photo by Juni Kriswanto / AFP) / To go with AFP story by Indonesia-environment-waste, Feature by Harry Pearl
To go with AFP story by Indonesia-environment-waste, Feature by Harry Pearl
EN_01390171_0127 AFP
This aerial picture taken on July 22, 2019 shows plastic waste collected in the village of Bangun. - Bangun is among several poor communities in Java, Indonesia's most populous island, that have carved a living from mining waste, much of it from Western nations including the United States, England, and Belgium, as well as the Middle East. (Photo by Bagus Saragih / AFP) / To go with AFP story by Indonesia-environment-waste, Feature by Harry Pearl
To go with AFP story by Indonesia-environment-waste, Feature by Harry Pearl
EN_01390171_0128 AFP
This aerial picture taken on July 22, 2019 shows plastic waste collected in the village of Bangun. - Bangun is among several poor communities in Java, Indonesia's most populous island, that have carved a living from mining waste, much of it from Western nations including the United States, England, and Belgium, as well as the Middle East. (Photo by Bagus Saragih / AFP) / To go with AFP story by Indonesia-environment-waste, Feature by Harry Pearl
To go with AFP story by Indonesia-environment-waste, Feature by Harry Pearl
EN_01390171_0129 AFP
This picture taken on July 22, 2019 shows villager Keman sifting through plastic waste in the village of Bangun. - Bangun is among several poor communities in Java, Indonesia's most populous island, that have carved a living from mining waste, much of it from Western nations including the United States, England, and Belgium, as well as the Middle East. (Photo by Juni Kriswanto / AFP) / To go with AFP story by Indonesia-environment-waste, Feature by Harry Pearl
To go with AFP story by Indonesia-environment-waste, Feature by Harry Pearl
EN_01390171_0130 AFP
This picture taken on July 22, 2019 shows a villager preparing to sift through plastic waste collected in the village of Bangun. - Bangun is among several poor communities in Java, Indonesia's most populous island, that have carved a living from mining waste, much of it from Western nations including the United States, England, and Belgium, as well as the Middle East. (Photo by Juni Kriswanto / AFP) / To go with AFP story by Indonesia-environment-waste, Feature by Harry Pearl
To go with AFP story by Indonesia-environment-waste, Feature by Harry Pearl

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