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.
Yes, and increase comer incentives to recycle products instead, and increase tax incentives for companies that make biodegradable products, while also protecting smaller businesses, and punish larger corporations. Ban all disposable products that are not made of at least 75% biodegradable material
no. the more economic activity the more carbon emistions because our economy relies on carbon based fuels to make products. This would just be there to make people feel better as appose to making the enviroment healthier. The average joes pick up truck is emiting less carbon than that of the billionairs privet jet
i would do the second yes, ban all diposable products but i do agree that some things do not have that high of a technology to be able to use those sorts of materials yet, ones that are 75% biodegradable, but if we do reach that point of technology for every substance, then yes of course
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