Tag: cartoon

    The post-nuclear worlds: Eight movies about nuclear energy

    What’s wrong with nuclear energy? Proponents of this industry say that “the atom will save the world” and all of us from the climate crisis. Meanwhile, environmental activists say the opposite. Let’s start the investigation of how nuclear energy is represented in art and mass culture. We’re thankful to Ecoaction NGO for a brilliant review. […]

    Let’s watch a few eco-films!

    Plastic Planet, 2009 We live in the age of plastic. It’s cheap and practical, and it’s everywhere – even in our blood. But is it safe for us? This exciting, informative documentary takes us on a journey around the world: from the Moroccan Sahara to the mid-Pacific, from a factory in China to the highest […]

    What’s new about plastic and water resources? Few eco-movies to watch

    The Dark Side of the Chew, 2014 Everyone has chewed gum, but most of us ignore the fact that their composition is similar to plastic. In addition, there are traces of chewing gum everywhere: on the streets, in schools, on public transport. Watch this movie to find out how chewing gum affects our culture, threatens […]