plastic bag ban

The grocery chain said it has "future generations" in mind.
The production of plastics now accounts for 6 percent to 8 percent of all oil consumption globally.
“Would you like to purchase a bag for that?”
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Voters have weighed in on the plastic bag ban their state legislators passed.
Sixty percent of Californians say they support banning plastic bags.
But what excites me most are the younger surfers around the world who are taking action. Capitalists played their part too
The Foundation's goal of protecting 100 percent of the nation's coastlines has grown beyond a California dream.
On July 1, hard work and hundreds of hours spent by volunteers had paid off. Hawaii became the first state banning single-use plastic bags at store checkouts. People will eventually accept the ban and find their alternatives purchasing reusable cotton bags and bringing them to stores.