Kids Can Save The Planet
Changing the world, one kid at a time…

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At the age of 13, Dylan D'Haeze had a simple question. What happens when we throw plastic away? The more he learned, the more he realized how big the problem is - and the more it scared him. But rather than be afraid, he decided to do something about it! That was the beginning of the Kids Can Save The Planet documentary series. Issues that face our planet - from a kid's perspective!

Finding the answers took him on a journey across the continent - listening to experts, and witnessing first hand some of the shocking details. The result is the award-winning documentary "Plastic Is Forever", the first in a series of documentaries. After several screenings that have played around the world, the message is clear - kid power is the future of the planet! The movement has grown into a series of documentaries, exploring two other 'earth-shaking' topics… climate change, and zero waste and sustainability.

The "Kids Can Save The Planet" series of documentaries are now available for purchase, direct from The Video Project. They are a perfect resource for schools, libraries, businesses, and other institutions to educate and inspire!

As a teacher, I have loved being able to share Dylan's films with my students. His passion for storytelling, advocacy, and making a positive impact is clearly communicated in his three beautifully made films on timely issues. Plastic is Forever, Tipping Point, and Everything Connects will educate, motivate, and inspire audiences of all ages...Dylan's is a leading voice in his generation that will help us build a more just, sustainable, and hopeful future.
Keith Lewison, Cape Cod Academy

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