Documentary

Before The Flood 

Before the Flood  is n eye-opening documentary about climate change.

A film by the amazing activist and environmentalist Leonardo Di Caprio.

If you could know the truth about the threat of climate change — would you want to know? Before the Flood, presented by National Geographic, features Leonardo DiCaprio on a journey as a United Nations Messenger of Peace, traveling to five continents and the Arctic to witness climate change firsthand

A must-see. 

Dark Waters
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Dark Waters is An inspiring true story of one man, Robert Billot against big polluting cooperation. Based on the NY times article. A movie with the brave activist Mark Ruffalo, that shows the fight of a lawyer against the forever chemicals companies. TIP SHEET here

PFAS chemicals are a family of thousands of highly toxic “forever” chemicals that don’t break down and can stay in our bodies and our environment for decades. Found in Teflon, nonstick cookware but also widely used in a variety of other consumer products, including waterproof clothing and furniture, food packaging, self-cleaning ovens, airplanes, and cars. The new film DARK WATERS exposes how chemical companies like Dupont, creator of Teflon, nonstick cookware, pollute the environment with forever chemicals causing massive impacts on public health  - and have gotten away with it.

River Blue Documentary  

River Blue is the backstage of the fashion industry and the dirty secrets behind their manufacturing and their fashions show and their not so glamour representations. 
​ This environmental abuse is portraited in this documentary narrated by Jason Presley. After watching this movie, you will reconsider your fashion purchases.

If you like me, don't want to be part of this irresponsible behavior, buy used clothing or when buying new apparel look for eco-friendly, organic and responsible brands certified by  GOTS: Global Standard Organic Textile such as Wear Pact.

Straws Film

Straws film shows why I don’t use plastic straws.

Straws are one of the single-use items contributing to landfills and the estimated 8.5 million metric tons of plastic waste entering seas annually, taking decades to hundreds of years to break down to microscopic levels now pervasive in bottled and tap water, soils, and even the air we’re breathing.

After watching this you will be looking for straw alternatives and here they are: glass straws,  metal straws, paper straws, bamboo straws, silicone straws, or strawless, better for your lip wrinkles!
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