One Planet: In 'Microplastic Madness,' Kids Take On The Plastic Pollution Crisis
On this edition of Your Call’s One Planet series, we speak with one of the founders of the upcoming Bay Area International Children's Film Festival and one of the filmmakers and youth climate activists featured in this year’s program.
The film Microplastic Madness takes us to Red Hook, Brooklyn – a community on the frontlines of the climate crisis – where youth are taking action against plastic pollution. How are youth experiencing and confronting the climate crisis?
Maggie Dalencour, 7th grader at Brooklyn Urban Garden Charter School and co-narrator of Microplastic Madness
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