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The History of Wastefulness

The History of Wastefulness

In The History of Wastefulness, Alexandra Spring looks out how our relationship with waste has changed over time.

Alexandra Spring explores how our relationship with rubbish has evolved over time, beginning on a boat, sailing across the Pacific, with Ocean Conservancy’s Chief Scientist George Leonard. Together, they discuss how trillions of micro plastic particles have created a sea-sized portion of plastic soup, and how poor waste management across the world has led to a garbage emergency.

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