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It’s a plastic world, the footage of how much plastic ends up in the oceans
The plastic we use ends up in the oceans of the whole world, causing huge damages to marine biodiversity. This sentence is explained in the short film entitled it’s a plastic world.
“The problem is that the ocean is completely polluted with plastic. A lot of plastic is washed up on beaches worldwide. This and many other bad facts led me to make my degree movie about the material plastic and its follow far-reaching”. With these words Andreas Tanner, a young producer and art director, commented It’s a plastic world. A short film that tries to explain the negative effects of plastic on marine biodiversity through real facts.
The video was also released by different non-governmental organisations like the WWF, Greenpeace and Plastic oceans. Music is by Alexander Rösch.
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