In 2016, France became the first country to ban the sale of plastic disposable products that contain less than 50% of biodegradable material and in 2017, India passed a law banning all plastic disposable plastic products.
Should not be banned but companies should always be trying to figure out more ways to make their disposable products better for the environment as long as it does not affect the quality of the product too much
It’s hard as biodegradable items are very expensive. So make larger companies and businesses a compulsory requirement for this but allow smaller businesses to find suppliers with cheaper plastic products. We’ll support smaller business until they eventually grow and will no longer be allowed to buy from those suppliers.
In terms of general public ( going out to the shops to just simply buy) majority of plastic products should be banned. Most will be wooden or paper, and the few plastic products will be over 70% or more biodegradable materials
No. Increase tax incentives for companies that make biodegradable products. Increase consumer incentives to recycle these products instead. Ban all disposable products that are not made of at least 75% of biodegradable material
Yes, but the burden of reducing climate change related effects should not be placed only on an average consumer, but instead the 100 multinational corporations that are to blame for 70% of all emissions contributing to global warming should be the ones to blame and should solve the issue they caused
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