Monday, May 7, 2012

Aterro- Green Award 2011

Have you ever thought of what the world would look like in 50 years? How about 100 years? Have you ever pondered the idea of what kind of world our great great great grandchildren will live in? The world is bound to change and evolve during this span of time. However, will it be changing for the better or for worse?

In the documentary Aterro directed by Macelo Reis, it depicts the story of seven women who are ‘recycling pioneers’ from the sixties. They talk throughout the film about our dim future which is inevitable with the amount of waste accumulated throughout the decades. 

This film covers all aspects of the results of landfills overflowing with waste. Some people are thoroughly trying to reduce their waste consumption while others have waste piling up next to their property. 

This film won the Green Award at TWIFF 2011.

How will you act in your daily life to promote ecological values to help save our planet?

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