Mumbai, the commercial hub of India, suffers from a malice like any other industrial coastal city – that of marine litter. It has west flowing rivers which are not perennial. During the dry season, these riverbeds become hotspots as the plastic waste gets accumulated in the dry riverbeds. And during monsoons, when these rivers begin flowing, this large amount of plastic enters the ocean. Other hotspots in Mumbai are the railway lines, slums and industrial areas. Watch the film on how UNEP and the government of Japan joined hands in the Countermeasure project against marine litter in Mumbai.