Bag It (2010) is a documentary film that invites viewers to help make their communities a little less plastic. An estimated 12 million barrels of oil are used annually to make the single use, disposable plastic bags that Americans consume, and once they’re thrown away, they become a major source of pollution. This film documents one man’s quest to figure out where these bags come from, where they go, and how we can use less of them.
There is no fee to attend, but we ask you to register online here.
This program is presented by the Rowayton Library cosponsored with Skip the Plastic Norwalk, a grass roots group of Norwalk residents dedicated to raising awareness about the toxic effects of single-use plastics on our health, community, waterways, environment and economy. Discussion with Q&A to follow.