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Banning plastic & styrofoam

Old Dec 18th 2018, 3:11 am
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I wasn't being critical at all. I was expressing surprise . My post made my position clear & that has been my position for decades. I am not sure why the content has been somewhat misunderstood by other posters.

Want less. Preserve more. Be mindful.

The move away from convenience and throwaway is a good starter in shifting mindset for many & lets face it convenience and throwaway is relatively new .

Small beginnings may yet help the one planet we have. If someone/anyone starts to think of alternatives to ubiquitous plastic bags and straws. Thinks about balloons before festooning everywhere. If people look with their eyes at what happens with a non-biodegradable bag over a compostable resusable bag , then that is a win.
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