As a society, we have a healthy and unhealthy relationship with toxic waste material. Let me explain a little bit more if this sounds confusing. We use a toxic substance to help fight cancer for patients in hospitals while it also being used for electrical power. To power towns and cities across the world. But in our society, we are having a shift in consciousness about the future of our planet. About climate change, raising carbon emission and having or finding solutions to fixing it for future generations. But one area in this new green age movement that we are forgetting the conservation about is toxic waste material. Toxic material and substances aren’t going away anytime soon since our population increase, the amount of toxic waste must of increase too. But on the plus side, we need to take a moment to honor the people that work alongside dealing with toxic material and substances on daily bases trying their hardest to keep our cities and towns safe from these substances and materials. While on the other side trying to make awareness to survivors and victims to toxic waste material that been plaguing their lives for many years. Even with the best efforts available, some of our toxic waste is getting out of hand. In recent years and months, we had to come face to face with it more than usual. Either there is little funding, research in this area, or even voices to talk about this. Sooner or later, we have to have a discussion about it on a global scale. We should be praising countries and people trying to get rid of the idea of keep using toxic waste in our daily lives, but also seeking other healthier alternatives. Let’s first begin the conversation about nuclear waste, which barely has a voice.
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Here is the back story of the movie if you never heard of this anime film.
This happened about three and a half to almost four years ago. When I was just 19-years-old and fresh out of high school. I decided during that time I didn't want to be like my other classmates. I decided to go straight in the workforce. It isn’t that hard to find a job once your 18 and have a high school diploma. But, during that time I had no idea what to expect. I was lucky enough to take a class in high school that prepared me for this. Looking back, I can't believe how important that class was and I am thankful for my teacher.