Aga Khan University film shows effect of plastic on beaches

Aga Khan University film shows effect of plastic on beaches
From Left to Right: Allan Oyugi, the Producer of ‘Plastics are Forever’ documentary, Dr Charles Lange, Deputy Director for Environmental Planning and Research at Nema, Michael Meyer the founding dean, Aga Khan University Graduate School of Media and Communications and Andrew Tkach, Aga Khan University Director, Environmental Reporting Programme.

The Aga Khan University’s Graduate School of Media Communication (GSMC) has produced a documentary that examines the effect of plastic debris in Kenya’s white sand beaches at the Coast.

The institution screened the documentary titled ‘Giving Nature a Voice’, during a conference on Thursday that brought together environmental stakeholders from both the government and the private sector.

The director of Environmental Reporting Programme at the GSMC Andrew Tkach, said that the region has rich talent that can produce quality film work to help combat some of the regional challenges such as pollution.

More: James Kahongeh, December 1, 2017

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