From Scourge of the Seas to SDGs
This episode features a business that collects and uses various types of plastic marine waste to create a range of household products and a company that makes extremely durable backpacks and bags out of discarded fishing nets.

[In Focus: India Feels Shockwave from Adani Turmoil]
Snowballing fraud allegations against Indian corporate giant Adani Group have sparked controversy and sent protesters into the streets. We look at how turmoil at the company led by one of the world's richest men is being felt throughout Asia's 3rd-biggest economy.

[Global Trends: Turning Construction Waste into Tomorrow's Buildings]
Building material left over at construction sites is creating a big waste problem in Japan. We meet a business operator who picks out the good stuff and sells it for use in future construction projects.

From Scourge of the Seas to SDGs

This backpack is made from recycled nylon that came from used fishing nets
This company is able to combine different kinds of plastics that are usually recycled separately to create new products with a unique mosaic-like pattern

Global Trends

Building materials slated for disposal are resold for use in other projects
Started two years ago, the company handles about 120 tons of building materials annually