Curtailing the unnecessary use of plastic is crucial, but sweeping policies in this area have the potential to be counterproductive and damaging, writes Professor Umit Bititci
One of the prevailing narratives around sustainability and protecting the environment is that we have to eradicate, or at least massively reduce, the use of plastics. While any curtailment in the unnecessary...
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