High Mountains, Pure Water

by Liesl Clark

High Mountains, Pure Water is an independent film, told by a young boy, about a family’s journey into remote Nepal and the lessons they learn about the presence of plastic waste in the highest watersheds of the world. They are a family of filmmakers who work yearly in the hinterlands of Nepal, establishing children’s libraries and conducting awareness campaigns through village waste audits to address the growing problem of plastic waste in our purest mountain waters.

Republished from Pioneering the Simple Life

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Categories: Plastic-Free Living, Repurpose and Reuse, Think About It, Trash Pile - All Our Stuff


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