Fast Fashion Waste Is Choking Ghana With Mountains of Trash

A trash picker walks by piles of garbage and textile waste on the shoreline at Chorkor beach in Accra, Ghana, on Friday, Sept. 16, 2022. The rise of fast fashionand shoppers preference for quantity over qualityhas led to a glut of low-value clothing that inordinately burdens developing countries. Photographer: Andrew Caballero-Reynolds/Bloomberg via Getty Images
A trash picker walks by piles of garbage and textile waste on the shoreline at Chorkor beach in Accra, Ghana, on Friday, Sept. 16, 2022. The rise of fast fashionand shoppers preference for quantity over qualityhas led to a glut of low-value clothing that inordinately burdens developing countries. Photographer: Andrew Caballero-Reynolds/Bloomberg via Getty Images
Fast Fashion Waste Is Choking Ghana With Mountains of Trash
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