editorial: plastic bag ban easy target for lazy politicians
For minors, the signal of virtue is defined as a remarkable expression of moral value --
\"Look at me, I am not very good?
Traditionally, it is used to describe religious piety, which makes it appropriate.
In some areas, the desire to reduce the pollution of plastic bags is not far from religious enthusiasm.
This is unfortunate because it does not solve the real problem and, more importantly, it encourages us to think that we are doing a good thing when we do not.
At the same time, the real problem continues to grow. So-called single-
There is no doubt that using plastic bags has no place in the natural environment, but in New Zealand, at least they are not real villains.
Of all the debris that appeared on the far north beach, we were told that plastic bags were a secondary participant, at least on the west coast.
There is no doubt that its role has been deliberately exaggerated, as plastic shopping bags are a project that lazy politicians can aim at, and they have full confidence in their knowledge that they will be seen as responsible and caring for others, what do you do?
The bigger problem so far is the ubiquitous plastic bottles and aluminum cans.
In the far north, glass bottles also occupy a prominent position.
All of this is easy to recycle with minimal effort.
We \'ve got the signal that banning plastic shopping bags won\'t be as simple as some would like.
The government is now asking for submissions and can expect many calls for exemptions.
There is no doubt that in many cases plastic bags have a valuable role in society and in business, especially for smaller retailers.
For them, avoiding a supermarket with plastic bags will greatly increase the tariffs, and it will be easier to find another one.
Of course, it is supermarkets that have become the target, and they are quickly catching up with the trend in order to seize the opportunity to be regarded as good corporate citizens.
In fact, they know that the bags they give or sell to customers are the smallest of the plastic problems they cause.
These days, it is almost impossible to go to the grocery store for shopping without buying a large amount of plastic packaging, even if it is not necessary in terms of product hygiene.
Packing some fruits and vegetables in plastic has even become a standard practice, apparently they do not need packaging, presumably to make them more attractive to customers who are convenient to King.
We used to buy fruits and vegetables a lot and many people still buy them, although most supermarket customers might put them in plastic bags and have them check out.
In fact, we are used to believing that if it is not wrapped or contained in plastic, anything we plan to eat may be contaminated somewhere between the producer and the kitchen, so there is no choice.
It\'s not like this before, and it\'s still not like this in some cases.
Go to the butcher\'s, your Scottish fillet and sausage will most likely be wrapped in paper, and the people outside may be good old newspaper.
However, no one suggested that if the meat was not on the plastic tray and stuck together with the plastic wrap, we might line up at a & E
This is convenient for retailers and customers will not question it.
Therefore, supermarkets will continue to discharge countless tons of plastic into the environment every day, and there is no doubt that supermarkets intend to continue to do so.
However, they do not want to be seen allowing us to take that plastic home in plastic bags and tell them themselves and us that they have deprived us of the option to help our planet.
They did nothing.
Even the word \"single\"
It is not sincere to use plastic bags.
Some are single.
Use, without a doubt, but most certainly not.
At least many people are used to queuing up in bins in the kitchen and bathroom, from where they can find plastic garbage bags leading to landfill sites.
Perhaps it\'s disappearing from our sight, and the large amount of plastic that will still exist in the next millennium may not be ideal, but it\'s far from littering beaches and choking turtles.
In fact, plastic has always been a very good servant of human beings.
It is causing great damage to the environment, which can be attributed to human laziness.
If it\'s people who kill people, not guns, then it\'s people who destroy our planet, not plastic.
Of course, in the far north, garbage on the beach is more likely to appear in the form of discarded household appliances, auto parts and \"single\"use\' nappies. (
Main candidate with a ban).
However, most of the garbage that appears on the 90 Mile Beach comes from the sea, and a lot of the garbage is deliberately dumped there, presumably because the relevant personnel can\'t afford to properly dispose of the garbage or can\'t disturb it.
Throwing away plastic bags will not restore 90 miles or any other beach to what should be kept.
This will require a major shift in attitude.
If the supermarket really wants to make a difference, if they really want to show some social responsibility, they should increase their weight and ask for a refundable deposit on the plastic (and glass)bottles.
If they are value for money, the recovery rate will increase significantly and millions of people will be taken away from the natural environment.
Those who are pushing the purchase
Back scheme has a compelling case, but no one is listening.
The people who produce the bottles are certainly not, nor are our politicians, even those who claim to care about the environment. Why not?
Because they don\'t think that supporting the ban on plastic bags will give them public recognition and recognition.
This will not change except for the non-public and those organizations whose purpose is to save the Earth to start instigating.
This will make the deposit plan politically desirable.
The only thing that politicians are interested in is the vote.
Now there are a lot of votes to ban plastic bags, and there is no environment to get rid of bottles.
Forget it before that change.
Although we should all do what we can to care about the environment in New Zealand, we should not deceive ourselves. We can do something to change the world.
Just as we can\'t do a lot in terms of reducing emissions that are said to be changing the climate, just because on a global scale, our production is not enough to have an impact, in this country, we can ban plastic completely, and we can do almost nothing.
We were told that the garbage in the ocean arrived there through 10 rivers in five countries.
There is no doubt that our contribution to the big picture is so small that compared with our clean green lifestyle, it is more related to our small population,, while we should really take care of our Earth corners better than we do, as far as the rest of the world is concerned, we can only look and cry.
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