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How are the West's 'recycled' TVs and computers ending up in a toxic dump in Ghana? Dateline investigates the trade in e-waste which is poisoning a once picturesque part of Africa.

The effects of electronic waste in Ghana is unequivocal: "total devastation", from stunted growth of children to cancer and chronic conditions. 500 container-loads of electronic waste arrive every month, often falsely declared as second-hand goods to overcome the problem of it being illegal to ship toxic e-waste without a permit. "They have no moral right to allow their waste to come in here", the director of Ghana's Environmental Agency says. The UN is moving slowly closer to banning toxic waste exports, yet for the local Ghanaians the nightmare will take generations to overcome.

 

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Watching the Skies
 
SETI Planet Hunting
Altruistic Dolphins
 
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create something that will make the world awesome.
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the most urgent threat to three of the world's best-loved species—elephants, rhinos and tigers.
Birds-of-Paradise
 
images of all 39 species in the bird-of-paradise family
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Wild Dolphin "Asks"
 
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The Big Dig in Mongolia
 
massive, break-neck speed resources rush
Why Prop 37 Failed
 
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Whales and Canoe
 
Father and daughter whale watching from a canoe in Australia.
Lost Children of Coal
 
this small group of youngsters now have the chance of a normal life.
Divers Free Whale Shark
 
250 miles south of Baja, Mexico, Divers spotted a whale shark with a large rope wrapped around it's girth
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Rampant use of antibiotics coupled with an explosion in global travel
Sanitary Napkin Revolution
 
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Chesapeake Bay Pollution
 
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