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  1. When the supermarkets ask you if you want a receipt, they aren't striking a blow for the environment or the reversal of "climate change". Paper is one of the easiest things to recycle, is highly biodegradable and does minimal damage to the environment.
    Plastic, on the other hand, takes hundreds of years to biodegrade and the supermarkets have not reduced the use of it for packaging to any significant extent. Something about this does not add up. Thirty years ago glass and paper packaging were far more prevalent, both are far easier to recycle, whilst the use of plastic continues to proliferate and the supermarkets continue to lecture consumers on their choices. Multi billion pound companies should not be lecturing individuals on their choices whilst resolutely continuing to prioritize profit over everything else. In short, the multi billion pound companies of the world, and the governments who enable them, do not care about the environment. They care about virtue signaling, patronizing their customers and above all, profits.
    1. Mr Crabtree

      Mr Crabtree

      Spot on Ethel, short and to the point, thank you!👍

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