Lenor Krahn So. the Turtles those we love don’t go away they walk beside us everyday shirt past two years….all this stuff is not necessarily littering but contains debris from hurricanes. Dawn Pringle Got to start somewhere! Complain to the supermarkets about the excess packaging. Stop buying bottled water our water is safe to drink! Refuse plastic straws and cutlery and complain to the outlets that try to supply them to you. It’s horrendous the way we destroy the habitat around us! Such an irresponsible way of treating our own habitat, which eventually is going to impact us all on a big and disastrous manner. We got to stop this or we would be in a sea of trouble later on life.
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We can’t sit back customers must complain and Turtles those we love don’t go away they walk beside us everyday shirt boycott any store shop supermarket that is not making any effort to help our environment. Again….stop buying bottled water! Jennifer Marchant To give up plastic is going to be hard as we rely on so heavily, everything from car s to hospital equipment, not just your plastic cup or straw. It is the dispose of plastics, the way people totally disregard how they get rid of waste, out of sight out of mind, leaving it to someone else to solve.
You also used to use good old last for a lifetime shopping basket! Come on people get it together! Randy Deel, It’s a sad situation that we all need to fix and can fix. There are other alternatives and solutions to this major problem throughout the world. Plant-based Biodegradable packaging, recycling readily available nearly everywhere, individuals can carry stainless steel straws and utensils in the form of a foldable pocket knife and more. Maybe need to change how society is operated. I doubt that will happen though. Somehow I am too responsible for this. We all responsible. I might not survive when fresh drinking water will be more expensive than gold. However, leaving future generations in a place where they cannot live.BBC