Young filmmaker Dylan D’Haeze has produced a series of documentaries, Kids Can Save the Planet, which explores plastic pollution, climate change, zero waste and sustainability.
At the age of 13, Dylan D’Haeze had a simple question: “What happens when we throw plastic away?” The more he learned about the issues, the more he realised how big the problem is.
But rather than let the issues consume him or be afraid, he decided to do something about it instead and that his how the Kids Can Save The Planet documentary series started to take shape.
There are currently three documentaries in the Kids Can Save The Planet series, which look at the issues facing the planet from a kid’s perspective.
Plastic is Forever looks at what happens when plastic is thrown away. In Everything Connects, Dylan D’Haeze explores how communities can develop zero waste strategies, and looks at building a sustainable lifestyle for today, and for future generations. While Tipping Point explores climate change and the ways that humans have impacted the Earth.
Each of the three documentaries in the series – which are a perfect resource for schools, libraries, businesses, and other institutions to educate and inspire – show how kids and adults alike can be part of the solution.
Kids Can Save The Planet documentary series is available to purchase from The Video Project.
Rosa Medea is Life & Soul Magazine’s Chief @rosamedea