Pulling the plug on plastic bags in Indonesia

Plastic pollution is a massive problem in Indonesia. The country's rivers and oceans are clogged with waste, damaging both the tourism and fishing industries.

Now the government is trying to change consumer behaviour, with shops in 23 cities introducing a fee for plastic bags. It's a trial, before the new policy goes nationwide.

The BBC's Kiki Siregar went to find out how the trial is working in Jakarta.

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