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E-Waste, Plastic, and More! “The Story of Stuff Project” Exposes What Happens to Discarded Stuff

SNLS | July 19, 2020

By B.N. Frank

For 11 years, The Story of Stuff Project has been producing and posting videos about what happens to all kinds of discarded stuff. They recently released their first feature-length documentary film, The Story of Plastic.

Plastic pollution is everywhere we look, smothering our oceans and poisoning communities around the world. Meanwhile, Big Plastic only plans to expand production. Luckily, a global resistance movement is rising up to fight back.

Filmed across three continents and featuring never-before-seen footage from the front lines of the crisis, The Story of Plastic is the last documentary about plastic you’ll ever need to see, a seething expose of the true villains and heroes behind plastic pollution fight. Directed by Deia Schlosberg and produced by Pale Blue Dot Media in association with React To Film.

Watch The Story of Plastic today or organize a free, virtual community screening! For more information, visit the film website:

Discarded plastic has been coming under heavy scrutiny this year. PBS Frontline also released a film about it a few months ago. Rolling Stone published a lengthy article about it a few months ago as well. In regard to other discarded stuff, The U.N. recently issued warnings that 82% of E-Waste isn’t being recycled. Remember that before you purchase, support, or turn a blind eye to sources of environmentally UNfriendly digital, electronic, and/or wireless technology (see 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9) including 5G and electric, gas and water utility “Smart” Meters.

Activist Post reports regularly about E-Waste and unsafe technology. For more information visit our archives.

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E-Waste, Plastic, and More! “The Story of Stuff Project” Exposes What Happens to Discarded Stuff

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