Plastic Odyssey studies initiatives that have succeeded in reducing their use of plastic, documents them, and shares this data with anyone who would like to be inspired to replicate them all over the world.
Scientists are unanimous and the numbers are terrifying: our current plastic consumption is not sustainable and cannot last forever. We need a plan B. But how to change, and where to start?
Plastic Odyssey meets those who are in the process of writing this plan B, by conviction, by opportunity, or by constraint: a school that has succeeded in removing plastic from its cafeteria, a small town that has eradicated plastic bags by training women to make cloth bags, an island that teaches its young people how to make fishing gear out of palm leaves to eradicate plastic fishing nets…
Each of the identified cases is documented and freely disseminated, in order to inspire other actors, in other territories.
Suggestions and drawings from children to encourage us to break our addiction to plastic.
Interviews with those who are leading the change.
A library of documented cases, freely accessible.
Currently being written
She creates works of art from plastic waste
She transforms plastic waste into paving stones
He replaces plastic cutlery with natural objects
She films citizens who are making a difference