My intention with this video is to empathize with students and staff members about the global situation of the amounts of trash produced every year. We can help reduce it by adopting some habits in our daily life. It does not take that much time to divide trash into organic, inorganic, plastic, cans, paper, etc. Global warming and contamination damage our quality of life, there is still much to do, and the best way to start is to divide the garbage at home and school. Results will come over time, slow but steady. The campaign takes place when students go back to in-person classes. I think it is a practical way to start developing new habits because we have missed going to school so much (I include myself!)
Author: Itzel Ramirez
Digital Media Associate’s Degree student from GCC looking forward to becoming a graphic designer and animator, art enthusiastic working towards her unique writing style. Looking forward to expanding journalistic knowledge and to adopting new practices for writing improvement, taking advantage of every resource JRN203 class provides to students so that when working with clients, have a professional image, and good first impression. Working out with confidence a path that will build up a good relationship with clients Career goals are the development of a stronger logical sense, the use of different voices to target specific public, and learn from experts’ new ways of writing.