Recycling Initiatives are Featured with Host Laurence Fishburne on "Information Matrix"

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A new segment will look into efforts to increase sustainability.

The guests attending the upcoming episode will have a chance of discussing the various forms of wastes, the recycling efforts being made to curb this wastes, and whether there are other recycling options which could be more effective.

Laurence Fishburne, a renowned actor and philanthropist, will host a new segment in the educational show "Information Matrix" which will focus on recycling initiatives. In this episode, various recycling initiatives across the globe will be discussed and their contribution towards a pollution free environment. Currently, plastic wastes are the major causes of pollution, and they are affecting both land and sea life, and if not controlled, the future of this globe will be at risk.

According to research, a major challenge facing the humans today is the buildup of solid waste which comes from the disposable society. This waste is in the form of plastic bags and Styrofoam cups which has taken a short period to build up into a heap that is the same size as the Manhattan Island.

The guests attending the upcoming episode will have a chance of discussing the various forms of wastes, the recycling efforts being made to curb this wastes, and whether there are other recycling options which could be more effective. Through this episode, Information Matrix wishes to inform the viewers about the recycling initiatives they can take to reduce this buildup, and the organizations that are putting forth the effort to enact change.

The “Information Matrix” is an educational program which is hosted by the highly decorated actor Laurence Fishbourne. The guest invited on the show are highly knowledgeable regarding the niche being discussed which guarantees viewers reliable information. Due to the high-quality content, this show has received numerous awards both nationally and globally.

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