Are tax incentives wise and/or ecology activist’s efforts producing results to reduce plastic pollution?
The Chicago Tribune article titled, Lego tests recycling program in bid to share with other kids, reported Legos, like other brands, is seeking to please customers worried about plastic’s environmental impact.
The Purpose of This Post
Is to update interested readers on recent actions and results of taxing plastic bags or products and other efforts, some being reported or not reported in the news.
Be diligent to know the state of your flocks, and look well to your herds. (proverb 27:23)
A prudent person foresees danger and takes precautions. The simpleton goes blindly on and suffers the consequences. (Proverb 22:3)
What’s My Point?
Companies such as Lego are listening to activists and attempting programs to recycle.
Taxing plastic bag use on grocery products is resulting in reducing plastic pollution in our environment.
The scope of plastic pollution on ecology of oceans, melting glaciers, burning forests, loss of ocean kelp, bird and other animal species, rising oceans, re all related to the same folly of the human race to not “know the state of his flocks or look well to your herds” proverbial advice.
In My Opinion
Taxing plastic bag use on grocery products is resulting in reducing plastic pollution.
Ignoring ecology is not prudent when the danger is evident is folly by “simpletons who goes blindly on and suffers the consequences.”
King Solomon wisdom proverbs gave advice 3000 years ago, and we simpleton humans blindly ignore simple wisdom advice and keep repeating human folly as proven in history by every generation.
When or will we ever wise up and become prudent activists in our personal habits and communities to help support or reduce plastic pollution and the harmful effects on ecology on our planet.
Read the Source Links Below of various articles and updates.
Should we be concerned and do something to help reduce plastic pollution, or be simpletons to blindly ignore what is happening in plain sight.
Regards and goodwill blogging.
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