England’s rivers contain ‘sewage, slurry and plastic’

Sky News published this video item, entitled “England’s rivers contain ‘sewage, slurry and plastic’” – below is their description.

On the Daily Climate Show, a report on England’s waterways has found that the vast majority of rivers contain a ‘chemical cocktail’ of sewage, slurry and plastic.

Plus, last year was the sixth warmest on record according to NASA scientists.

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