On Thursday, 1st March, Londoners battled through the snow to make a night of conversation between producer Jo Ruxton and journalist Oliver Steeds. This event took place at The Frontline Club in Paddington, which attracts journalists, photographers and members of the public that are interested in topics like investigative journalism.
With it being a sold out event of 110, it took little time before the room became preoccupied with questions. Jo wowed the audience with her longstanding knowledge, as she discussed issues such as the link between plastic and human health and the detrimental impact imported waste is having on developing countries.
Aside from this charged discussion, the audience were also handed a jar containing 276 pieces of plastic found inside a baby Albatross chick. This really brought the problem of single-use plastic into focus, as well as some behind-the-scenes photographs from the film. We very much enjoyed hosting this event at the Frontline Club, and look forward to working with them again in the near future!