UPDATED: February 15, 2013
We covered the film Midway Atoll last year but we’re bringing it back in the middle of the election – because as we walk our beaches we see the same dangerous plastic junk.
One would think that when tourism forms the majority of our economic base that the successive BLP and DLP Ministers of the Environment would have brought in an extensive daily clean-up programme for our beaches… but none of them did. We had a hell of a cricket party though with over a hundred million dollars thrown down the toilet to stage the world-class embarrassment that was Cricket World Cup. We did however improve our long term visitor stats by about 44 people – thanks to Minister of Tourism Noel Lynch. See Rewarding the failures of former Minister of Tourism Noel Lynch
We have a right to be here, just as much as any animal does.
But no other animal does as much as we do to abuse our home…
Website: Midway Attol, The Film
Our thanks to an old friend for suggesting we remember the plastic trash that is threatening Barbados and the rest of the world.