Would you like to see the 2508 shopping precinct plastic bag free? Want to learn why you should be even more outraged by the pervasiveness of plastics in our culture, and then learn what it is you can do to live a more plastic-free life? Then you should see Bag It, an engaging award-winning documentary about plastic bags, plastic politics, and single-use disposables, how plastics are affecting the health of our oceans and the health of our own bodies.
Bag It is the story of Jeb, an average guy who begins by asking where a single plastic bag from the grocery store will end up—and ends up traveling the world to find out how plastic pollution and chemistry alter not only our environment but our bodies and our children’s bodies as well.
This award-winning documentary about the impact of plastic on our environment and health will be screened at the Bushland Chapel, Helensburgh on Friday 22nd February 7pm.
This film is recommended for kids and adults alike, as it asks us to listen to the facts and figures and then to consider changing the way we think, feel, and act regarding plastic products, plastic packaging, plastic garbage and plastic pollution. The film also offers some concrete solutions that we can all incorporate into our lives, making our lives both simpler and healthier.
Hosted by Coalcliff SLSC as part of the Coastal Ambassadors program on behalf of SLS NSW, the NSW Environment Trust and Pittwater Council’s Coastal Environment Centre, with the assistance of the Helensburgh Bushland Chapel.
This is a free event which includes supper and child care and features guest speakers;
- Marie-Claire Demers from UOW, Institute for Conservation Biology and Environment Management
- Cath Blakey, WCC Green Team Project Officer
RSVP to Jenelle McWilliam: email@example.com