People inside the climate change

A man collects non-biodegradable waste, including polythene bags, from the Yamuna River in Delhi, India. The Yamuna, which is of great religious significance to Hindus and provides water to 57 million people, is one of the most polluted rivers in the world, containing toxins that damage liver, respiratory, and cellular functions. Yet those who live along its banks still use it for bathing and drinking water, and even make a living collecting waste to sell for recycling.PHOTOGRAPH BY RAJAT SWAMI, NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC YOUR SHOT