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Flush and forget? Or the final frontier of recycling?

Looking for answers about the significant potential of human excrement, director Rubén Abruña embarks on an entertaining and enlightening adventure across the globe to investigate whether faeces should be regarded as a resource and not as waste. From sustainable city living in Geneva to Uganda’s singing Poop Pirates, we learn how our most unheeded asset could actually help us to mitigate the climate crisis, generate energy, and save lives. Far from taboo, can this new wave of thinking soon become mainstream?

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Sun 23 - Fri 28 June 2024
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