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Attorney and Author of Exposure, Played by Mark Ruffalo in Dark Waters
Shayne Fiske Goldner
SVP, Production Management For Participant Media
Laura Turner Seydel
EMA Board Member, Environmental Working Group Board Member
CEO, Center for Environmental Health
CEO and Co-Founder, Footprint
Host: Lina Constantinovici
Founder, Innovation 4.4
EMA nominee for best Environmental Feature Film of 2020
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“That’s chemicals I’m telling ya. They’re hiding something.”
“Dupont is knowingly poisoning 70,00 local residents over the last 14 years.”
“What if whatever is killing the cows, is in the drinking water.”
“They have all the money, all the firepower. And they will use it. I know. I was one of them.”
EMA nominee for best Environmental Documentary of 2020
The Story Of Plastic
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THE STORY OF PLASTIC takes a sweeping look at the man-made crisis of plastic pollution and the worldwide effect it has on the health of our planet and the people who inhabit it. Spanning three continents, the film illustrates the ongoing catastrophe: fields full of garbage, veritable mountains of trash, rivers and seas clogged with waste, and skies choked with the poisonous emissions from plastic production and processing.
Want to learn more?
Poisoned Water, Corporate Greed, and One Lawyer's Twenty-Year Battle against DuPont
The story that inspired Dark Waters, the major motion picture from Focus Features starring Mark Ruffalo and Anne Hathaway, directed by Todd Haynes.
I Quit. Will You?
Footprint Foundation and Innovation 44 have joined to launch a movement for each of us to quit our plastic addiction. It’s killing our planet and people. Unless we quit, there will be more plastic then fish in our oceans by 2050! We already consume a credit card worth of micro-plastic a week and it is affecting out health. Our health is affected by plastics, our oceans and other ecosystems are collapsing at an accelerated rate, and the impact is not evenly distributed – communities who have the least are paying the highest price. Eight million tons of plastic are dumped in the ocean each year, babies are born pre-polluted with plastic toxic compounds in their bodies, and people of color are 3 times more likely to die of pollution from nearby landfills and industrial plants. Plastic is not healthy for humans, ecosystems, or the economy! Recycling it takes adding more toxic chemicals to it to make it usable and re-polluting ourselves and everything around us – it’s not a solution we or the planet can live with.