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Danger Zone : The Threat of Illegal Sand mining and Improper Solid Waste Management
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Science and media project was launched in 2006 in the Caribbean with the production of three short 10-minute films and seven one-minute spots on HIV/AIDS through a partnership between the University of the West Indies (UWI) and UNESCO.

Aimed at youth, the general public and Caribbean audience, the films feature science related issues such as human physiology and behavior, environmental preservation and HIV/AIDS from a pedagogical viewpoint.

The three main productions are:
- Seeing Red: The Science of Violence
- Danger Zone : The Threat of Illegal Sand mining and Improper
- Solid Waste Management
- Sick to Death: The Science of HIV/AIDS


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