use. If you were in charge, what plan might you propose to reduce or eliminate their use? Discuss the economic impacts of implementing your plan versus the financial impacts of making no change in our current use.
plastic bags end up in our ocean and cause harm to our marine wildlife.
Many marine animals and birds mistakenly ingest plastic or become
entangled and choke in plastic bags that is floating around. For
instance, environmentalists have pointed out that turtles often mistake
plastic bags for jellyfish and invariably swallow them.
bags are made from a non-renewable natural resource: petroleum.
Consequently, the manufacturing of plastic bags contributes to the
diminishing availability of our natural resources and the damage to the
environment from the extraction of petroleum.
recycling of the plastic bags reduce their use
economic impacts are more than the financial impacts to ensure recycling