By night, Lebanese protesters take to the streets to air their social and political demands. By morning, a group of environmental activists cleans up after them.
“Revolutions are known to be negative, but what were trying to do is break that pattern and make the revolution into a positive one,” said environmentalist Rana Bouk, holding a plastic rubbish bag.
In addition to keeping the streets clean, the activists are trying to educate people about environmental issues.
“There are a lot of benefits that have come from raising awareness about this subject,” Nadim Abdo, director of programmes at Read More – Source