Three schools. Three Australian states. Three missions. In this episode of Project Planet, the journey of our three schools and their quest to become sustainable culminates in three very different ways. From constructing a sustainable oasis, to making a mural with a message, to rapping it out with a song full of purpose, our Waste Warriors have truly made a difference on this beautiful planet.
In this episode of Project Planet we learn all about sustainable practices in gardening, grocery shopping and saving water. From 'nude food' to 'insect hotels' to 'the big bad packaging wolf', this episode of Project Planet is full of surprises. Follow our students from all around Australia as they continue to pursue protecting and sustaining this beautiful planet called Earth.
This episode is full of surprises! Who'd have thought an old worn-out bathtub could be a sparkling new home to hundreds of living things? And what does an upbeat rap song have to do with sustainability? And why would a pro-surfer send a message from her beloved waves to some of our Waste Warriors? These crazy questions, and more, are all answered in this episode of Project Planet.
In this series, Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall and Anita Rani explore where this gigantic problem is coming from, and what we can all do to try and solve it.
Hugh realises that hundreds of thousands of tonnes of plastic is exported from the UK to Malaysian every year. With the help of Greenpeace and a local environmental action group, he visits some illegal plastic processing plants and is shocked by what he finds. Mountains of plastic bags and packaging that are clearly from the UK and Europe contaminate the environment and waterways of Malaysia. Consumers are under the impression their local council is recycling their waste but it appears that this