National Geographic stops with plastic

Plastic containers are these days a hot item. In the supermarket, you can virtually buy anything that not in several layers of plastic is wrapped, and the annual 9 billion kilograms of the stuff in the oceans. National Geographic sheds in June under the name #STOPMETPLASTIC light on the extent of the problems with a number of documentaries.

The National Geographic Society has a whole program set up, including investigations and anti-plasticinitiatieven. In Belgium, slide the transmitter for the entire month of June concrete tips forward, which everyone easily in everyday life can apply.

On tv, you can watch confrontational documentaries about the plasticprobleem, and that every Monday at around 21h. This docu’s pass the revue:

From Source to Sea (Monday 4 June at 21h): Merijn Tinga, better known as The Plastic Soup Surfer, shows how much plastic litter along the Rhine desirable, for the end up in the sea flows.

Plastic The Real Sea Monster (Monday, 11 June at 21h): A documentary about the non-degradability of plastic. It touches in the sea, caught in vortices, or is ingested by fish and birds.?

Plastic China (Monday, 18 June at 21h): A portrait of poverty, ambition and hope in a world of rolling hills from plastic waste.

Plastic Paradise (Monday, 28 June at 21h): a Journalist/filmmaker Angela Sun meets scientists, researchers, influencers, and volunteers who shed light on the consequences of our crazed plasticconsumptie and learn that the problem is more insidious than we could have ever imagined.

National Geographic watch on channel 96 on Proximus TV

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