Are you addicted to plastic? Find out on Tuesday night!

A lot has changed since Mr. McGuire told Benjamin Braddock “There’s a great future in plastics,” in a key scene in The Graduate. By putting something that used to be free–water–into handy portable plastic bottles, a multi-billion-dollar industry has sprung up. There’s a continent-sized island of disposable plastic bags floating in the ocean. While it’s true that plastics make many wonderful innovations possible–from aeronautics to whimsical Swedish furniture, it’s high time to examine our daily connection to plastic.

Join us on Tuesday for a presentation of Green Screens: Addicted to Plastic. As with all Green Screens presentations, price of admission not only includes an insightful doc or two, but also a panel discussion with key local experts and a reception afterwards for what’s sure to be a conversation-sparking evening.

You’ll never look at plastic the same way again.

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