Plastic Shores (2012)
'Plastic Shores' portrays the harmful effect that Plastic can have on Sea life Worldwide, how humans and DNA can be harmfully altered when we eat sea life that have eaten plastic and what alternatives we can use instead of plastic, so that we do not continue to harm our environment on Planet Earth, from this aspect.- Written by Anonymous
'Plastic Shores' is a documentary that explores how plastic affects the marine environment. Travelling from the International Marine Debris Conference in Hawai'i to the polluted Blue Flag beaches of Cornwall, the film reveals just how bad the problem of plastic debris is and how it harms aquatic life and, potentially, human health. 300 million tonnes of plastic are produced in the world every year and a third of this is for disposable packaging. There is now, according to the UN, not a single beach or sea in the world that is not affected by plastic pollution and the problem is only increasing.- Written by Edward Scott-Clarke
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