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Comment: The health of Lebanon's environment is inextricably linked to that of its people. The government is destroying them both, writes Myra Al-Rahim.

Social enterprises and those who have no other options are stepping in to help sort out Lebanon's recycling in the wake of the garbage crisis, reports Clare Maxwell.

Beirut: waste collection stops again as activists escalate action

Al-Araby al-Jadeed staff

Beirut: waste collection stops again as activists escalate action

Waste collections in parts of Lebanon have stopped again as makeshift landfills reach full capacity. as activists escalate action against the government.

#YouStink: Recycling 'cornerstone' of solution to Lebanon garbage woes

Karim Traboulsi

#YouStink: Recycling 'cornerstone' of solution to Lebanon garbage woes

The ongoing garbage crisis has forced Lebanese to take to the streets, but pushing for a recycling-based solution, not calling for revolution, ...

Lebanon: Warnings of 'health catastrophe' as garbage crisis continues

Karim Traboulsi

Lebanon: Warnings of 'health catastrophe' as garbage crisis continues

One month into Lebanon's garbage crisis, there are no signs a radical solution will be found soon. Now, the country's Health Minister has warned ...

AAAJ and agencies

Lebanon's rubbish pile needs a political solution

Waste is piling up on the streets of Beirut, prompting fears that a political stalemate in Lebanon could also lead the country to an environmental crisis.

Al-Araby al-Jadeed staff

Beirut 'to fill with rubbish' as landfill closure nears

Lebanon faces a rubbish crisis with the deadline to close Naameh landfill site looming closer, and no waste management company to replace ...

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