Trashed with Jeremy Irons

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In this film, actor Jeremy Irons showcases the individuals, activists, corporate and advocacy groups around the world who are working to affect change and reform the current waste model. But, before you see new methods of effective waste management, you will see sickening amounts of ...Read more

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