Waste initiative which seeks to clean the environment

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waste” initiative which seeks to clean the environment and reduce pollution to a manageable rate. Strengths of the Documentary The main aim for any producer who creates content for broadcasting is to able to get many viewers to get the message being relayed ( Aitken, 1994). Jeremy Irons has been able to capture the attention of the world highlighting what the future holds if people do not act on pollution. The producer begins by explaining why waste management has become a big problem over the few past decades and not since man stepped on earth (Candida, 2012, 02:21). Before the
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TRASHED 2 advancements in technology, human waste was biodegradable meaning it was organic, and it could decompose thus the environment was not affected. Moving to the 21 st century, plastics have become the major pollutant simply because it does not decompose, unlike organic waste products. The result of the plastics not being able to break down naturally has brought about mountains of trash killing the environment. For example, Jeremy Irons visits the shores of Lebanon where there are mountains of trash which end up in the water affecting the sea life (Candida, 2012, 6:05). The garbage doesn’t only affect sea life but also countries which border the Mediterranean sea (Candida, 2012, 6:55 ). The information being relayed in the documentary has been widely researched and made to be very informative to the viewer. The references used, cover four major topics which are land, air, water, and chemicals. Moreover, the diverse sources used to create the documentary
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