MUST SEE: Problems With Plastic and What You Can Do To Help (Written, Illustrated, and Narrated by High School Senior Tess Havas)

Written by on May 2, 2014 in Environment, Environmental Hazards with 1 Comment
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Problems with Plastic and What YOU Can Do About It – Written, Illustrated, and Narrated by High School Senior Tess Havas.

Tess is a high school senior at The Center School in Seattle, Washington. As part of her senior project, she created this video to spread awareness about the effects of plastic pollution on the ocean and our health. Next year Tess plans on attending Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore to create more visuals about important issues.

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  1. instantparadox@hotmail.com' Willis says:

    Hi Tess,

    Amazing video and content, I have been on a personal challenge for the last 3 years to purchase as little plastic as possible. This is such a great topic and I wanted to thank you for not only taking the time to research it, but to display it in such an artistic and easily digestable way. Hopefully you’re video will reach many minds. I think it will undoubtedly change the thought patterns of all who watch it.

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