In a public talk given at Te Manawa in September, eleven-year-old Wilson Hannon and his father Jonathan of the Zero Waste Academy at Massey University, laid out the challenges we face in dealing with local plastic pollution. Award-winning filmmaker, fourteen-year-old Charlie Higgison, shot and edited this video of the talk, with production by ENM.

The full presentation is fifty minutes long, and available to view on YouTube. Several short excerpts have been made from this presentation; the longest of these, at just over nine minutes, tells the story of Wilson's research project on the plastic in Palmerston North's waterways. There are also smaller excerpts on the following subjects:

Do a Stream Cleaning Event

What is a Circular Economy?

Plastic Inside Muttonbirds

The Plastic in our Rivers