Sara Hylton

Canadian storyteller focusing on gender + human rights |
      
Location: Mumbai, India
Nationality: Canadian
Biography: Sara Hylton is an award-winning photographer and explorer recognized for her compassionate and intimate approach to human rights issues. Hylton is a faculty member at the International Center of Photography and holds an MA from Kings College... MORE
Media News Published
National Geographic: Can India clean up its holiest river?
sara hylton
Mar 21, 2022
Summary
New work in the April 2022 Issue of National Geographic Magazine
Ridding the Ganges of thousands of tons of plastic trash is a complex puzzle. India is starting to put the pieces together.

View on nationalgeographic.com ↗ 




Can India clean up its holiest river?
Ridding the Ganges of thousands of tons of plastic trash is a complex puzzle. India is starting to put the pieces together.
Nationalgeographic.com
LinkedIn Icon Facebook Icon Twitter Icon
1,309

Also by Sara Hylton —

Media

Can solar power save India’s iconic houseboat capital?

Sara Hylton
News

New work on National Geographic: Innovative Greenhouses Help Farmers Adapt to Climate Change

Sara Hylton
News

New work in Vice Magazine: How Canada's Indigenous Families Grieve the Loss of their Loved Ones

Sara Hylton
Spotlight

New work on National Geographic 'The rising voices of women in Pakistan'

Sara Hylton
News Spotlight

National Geographic Explorer and Royal Canadian Geographical Society Grant

Sara Hylton
Exhibitions

Photoville

Sara Hylton
National Geographic: Can India clean up its holiest river? by Sara Hylton
Join us
For more access