Inside the garbage of the world / produced by Philippe and Maxine Carillo ; directed by Philippe Carillo.
Contributor(s): Carillo, Maxine [film producer.] | Carillo, Philippe [film producer,, film director.] | Dreamscape Media [publisher.].Material type: Visual materialPublisher: [Holland, Ohio] : Dreamscape, Description: 1 videodisc (79 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.Content type: two-dimensional moving image Media type: video Carrier type: videodiscOther title: Ugly truth about plastic pollution [Subtitle on container:].Subject(s): Plastics -- Environmental aspects | Plastics -- Health aspects | Plastics -- Biodegradation | Water -- Pollution | Product design -- Environmental aspects | Sustainable designGenre/Form: Documentary films. | Environmental films. | Nonfiction films. | Feature films.Narrator, Ed Smyth.Summary: Examines the problem of the large quantities of plastic refuse polluting the world's waters and the need to find sustainable substitutes for disposable plastic products.
|Item type||Home library||Collection||Call number||Status||Date due||Barcode||Item holds|
|Adult DVD||Northport Library||DVD||363.7288 I59 (Browse shelf)||Checked out||03/01/2017||33111008644912|
Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:
This informative, hard-hitting film reveals the truth about plastic pollution and how it is harming the oceans and threatening human safety. After the Japan Tsunami and the Fukushima disaster in 2011, pollution and radiation is traveling through the Pacific Ocean to the U.S. via discarded plastic. Without a realistic solution in sight, the film explores personal accountability each one of us shares to solve this global crisis. We are on the edge of a tremendous disaster - can humankind act?
Narrator, Ed Smyth.
Program content: �2014.
Container incorrectly states that the program is closed-captioned.
"NR, not rated"--Container.
DVD-R (might not be compatible with all players); NTSC; widescreen presentation.
Examines the problem of the large quantities of plastic refuse polluting the world's waters and the need to find sustainable substitutes for disposable plastic products.