Plastic Planet

This podcast features two aliens from the planet [(-CH2-)n], almost destroyed by the plastic brought back by humans. The two characters have come to investigate the origin of this material, its life cycle and how humanity is taming it. We will follow their quest to analyze this phenomenon in Tunisia and their meetings with Tunisian members of the faction Guerilla Pacifist for a Radiant Future without Plastic.
23 December 2021
series Planète Plastique - كوكب البلاستيك Ce podcast met en scène deux aliens de la planète [(-CH2-)n], quasi détruite par le plastique ramené par des humain.es. Les deux protagonistes sont venu.es enquêter sur la provenance de cette matière, son cycle de vie et comment l’humanité est en train de l’apprivoiser. On suivra leur quête dont l'objectif est d’analyser ce phénomène en Tunisie et leurs rencontres avec des tunisien.nes membres de la faction Guérilla Pacifiste pour un Avenir Radieux sans Plastique. قوم هذا البودكاست بعرض اثنين من الفضائيين من الكوكب [(-CH2-)n] المُدمر تقريبًا بالبلاستيك الذي جلبه البشر. جاء البطلان لكوكب الأرض للتحقيق في أصل هذه المادة ودورة حياتها وكيفية ترويضها من طرف الإنسان. سوف نتابع سعيهم الذي يهدف إلى تحليل هذه الظاهرة في تونس ولقاءاتهم  مع تونسيين أعضاء طوائف متعددة للعصابات المسالمة من أجل مستقبل مشرق بدون بلاستيك. 61599 [{"user_id":"1540"}]

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The flap of a butterfly's wings

In this last episode, our two aliens question the practices of some human beings seeking a daily life less cluttered by plastic.



Alternatives to plastic?

Madam M, the supervisor of our two aliens, calls them in a state of fury since the situation has gotten worse at home. She asks them if they have found alternatives to using plastic on planet earth.

The forces of evil

By chance, our two aliens crash land at the International Plastics Fair to approach plastic manufacturers and suppliers.

Plastic in our organs

Our two aliens continue on their mission to save their planet from plastic, and end up at a conference concerning the impact of this material on human health.

Overburdened landfills

In this episode, our two aliens learning about the journey of garbage cans to the Borj Chakir landfill in Sidi Hcine, through talking to an expert during their adventures.

Drowning in plastic

We land on planet earth after learning about the mission of two aliens who put themselves in the shoes of a tunisian consumer, to learn about the culture of packaging and the presence of plastic in their every day life.

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