Wasted – Carrie Underton – wasted, wasted, waste.
Wasted is the song that’s been making the rounds lately on YouTube.
The video features Underwood, her mother, and a family of four – three of whom are children – all covered in plastic trash bags.
As the family walks through the streets, the camera pans to the trash bags, and you can see Underwood and her mother picking at the bags.
Underwood’s mother, Karen, says the waste is for the children to be used to make them into “the perfect little trash bags”.
The video was uploaded to YouTube on September 12, 2017.
It has received more than 2.8 million views and more than 9.2 million views in less than a month.
The clip has become so popular, it has been watched more than 200 million times.
According to the Food Waste Institute, the amount of plastic in India is estimated to be 3.8 billion tonnes.
Waste, Waste Everywhere…
But there are more than 500 million people living in India.
Waste is the third most common problem facing the country after sanitation and health.
India is also home to the world’s third highest number of deaths from diarrhoea, with over 7,000 people dying annually due to the disease.
According the World Health Organization, over half of all deaths in India are due to diarrhoeas.
There are also 2.5 million people who are homeless, and over 10 million people are on hunger strike.
“People think we have to use more plastic, but there’s a lot of waste everywhere,” Underwood says in the video.
She is accompanied by her mother and brother.
The family’s journey to waste begins with a trip to the waste management department at their home.
The garbage truck drives along a road with a large plastic sign.
The children, who are wearing pink and white shirts, run down the road.
“My mum’s a waste-to-waste person,” Underton says in a voiceover.
“And my sister’s a recyclable-toilet-toast-topper.
They both have their own garbage trucks.
We’ve been told that we have too much plastic in our home.”
They have to go to the garbage dump, where the plastic is mixed into a mixture and placed in a plastic bin.
The plastic is then sent to a recycling centre, which recycles it into recyclables.
It is then sold for scrap.
The mother says that her brother has a bin filled with plastic bags that are only 50 per cent recyclible.
“That’s why I just keep throwing them away,” Understar says.
“If we had a recycling bin, we would throw them away.”
A friend of the family helps the family load the plastic bags into the trash truck.
“We can’t keep going if the waste comes to us,” Karen says.
It’s been a busy few months for Karen.
She’s been taking care of her family since her husband died two years ago.
She has lost her job as a school teacher and her husband is unable to work.
Karen is also struggling to pay the bills.
She says that she’s struggling to support her family.
“The money I have is not enough for our children,” she says.
She also says that the family has not been able to afford the costs of a toilet seat, plastic bin, and garbage collection.
In a country where plastic is often seen as an environmental waste, waste can have a huge impact on the environment.
According a recent study conducted by the World Resources Institute, India’s annual greenhouse gas emissions are the second largest in the world after China.
India has been ranked the seventh most polluted country in the 2016 United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Green List.
And the waste generated in India produces about 20 per cent of India’s greenhouse gas output.
Waste’s biggest impacts On September 13, 2017, Understar was taken by her older brother to the landfill.
She said that she was afraid to leave her home because she didn’t want her brother to see her being treated like garbage.
“I was scared that my brother might look at me and think, ‘Oh, my god, this is my sister.
I am going to be so disappointed,'” Understar told Al Jazeera.
She went back to the home where she had been living and went back into the kitchen.
“When I was in there, I could see that there were piles of trash all over the place.
It looked like there was garbage everywhere,” she said.
“At the time, I was so afraid because I didn’t think my brother would notice me.”
In the garbage bin, Underton found some plastic bags.
“They were like, ‘You got some plastic in there?’
I said, ‘I did.’
And I went back and I put some of it in the garbage.
I said to my brother, ‘Here, we can put it