Addicted to Plastic! The Rise and Demise of a Modern Miracle
and Eco Trip: Water Bottle
Date: Tuesday, April 7, 2009 at 7PM
Place: Walter Reade Cinema at Lincoln Center
West 65th St. between Broadway & Amsterdam,
2 blocks from 66th St. stop of #1 train
(look for Cinema sign and escalators to the 2nd story)
Q & A following the screening with:
- John Stewart, Regional Organizer,
Corporate Accountability International
- Allen Hershkowitz, Ph.D.
Senior Scientist, Natural Resources Defense Council
The Story: Plastics are now found in nearly every product we own, and they are ending up everywhere they shouldn't: oceans, treetops, inside fish and birds, on the roadside. But while this level of pollution is daunting, new technology is finding ways to recycle this indestructible material and create a form that is truly biodegradable. Explore 12 countries and one ocean floor in this insider's guide to the most versatile material ever invented. You will never look at plastic products the same way again.
Tickets & information: http://filmlinc.com/wrt/gs/addicted.html