On Henderson Island, one of the most remote and isolated islands in the world, there's a big problem. This beautiful place is uninhabited by humans, but is home to colonies of seabirds and endemic land birds found nowhere else in the world, giving it a UNESCO world heritage listing. Humpbacks, sharks & turtles inhabit its pristine reefs, but unfortunately they too are being impacted by humans. While working as a researcher on the island, conservation biologist Alice Forrest and the team stumbled across this turtle, entangled in masses of fishing waste. The beaches too are covered in trash. It seems nowhere is safe from the impacts of plastic pollution. While most of the rubbish is fishing gear (buoys, ropes, floats) there is also waste from around the world - from Lego to plastic bottles to hard hats. All the world's waste is ending up on remote beaches like this one.