Can We Be Empathetic to Plastic?
November 12, 2015 1:54:00 PM PST November 12, 2015 1:54:00 PM PSTth, November 12, 2015 1:54:00 PM PST
We admit, there have been times when we’ve felt judgmental about people who use plastic. We thought “come on world, GET ON BOARD! We have a plastic island twice the size of Texas in our ocean! Wake up!” View Article
That was before traveling to Egypt. Plastic water bottles were rampant. When clean water is not accessible, people turn to water sourced elsewhere and bottled in plastic, because it’s their main solution. Witnessing this limitation impressed up on us that the fight against plastic goes far beyond the much needed bans. We are in dire need of global change and it’s going to take a global effort. It’s time to help others along the way! In the meantime, as US residents, with unlimited access to fresh water and a few sets of Urban Market Bags, it’s our duty to be diligent beyond the elimination of single-use disposable bags, to help offset circumstances where it is not as easy to be diligent around other parts of the world.