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Prof.Brijendra Singh 27 Jun 18
Replying to @wef
Always, it's not possible to bring changes by law or force, Do you feel to teach moral and ethics by law or force , we have to develop common sense, it will start from. School/home
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Pinky 26 Jun 18
Replying to @wef
That's the only way if we want to save our environment. If previous generations even in the 80s lived without single use plastic why can't we? I am slowly phasing out all my Tupperware even though it's not single use. We need to change our habits
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Shree 26 Jun 18
Replying to @wef @PMOIndia
It’s a good move. But large parts of the country use plastic bags for trash disposal. If only they come up with an alternative for that. @UNEnvironment
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Patience Nyagato 26 Jun 18
Replying to @wef
in terms or human rights it is wrong but at the same time just to send the message that lets stop the use of plastic there is need to stiffen a bit
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#FightClimateChange🌞🌳🌎🚀🌌 26 Jun 18
Replying to @wef
In a country like india,introducing new law is easy,but its sad to see not everyone obeying that law,so in the case of plastic, imprisonment is very good decision by the govt,to achieve something sometimes stiff action is necessary and after all it's for the benefit of our planet
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Haus of Hooker ⭐ 26 Jun 18
thank god that measures are being taken. Imprisonment is taking it too far though. A hefty fine is a better alternative.
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