I think they should be banned because people never recycle them. They should be banned because some people when they throw them out they might make it to the ocean. They are not good for the ocean animals because the animals might swallow the bags and they might get stuck in their digestive system.
Paper bags can lose a lot of trees.Then the dump will get large and pollution fills the earth.Then the trees will wither away and all the other plants.Then the earth will be a dirty and nasty place.Everybody on earth will be unhappy and then earth might die and be forgotten forever.
Ab. So. Lutely. I cannot convey the countless number of times I've forgotten my reusable bags at home, then realized I forgot them once I was at the grocery store. The reason for this is because there is no reason TO bring your reusable bags, because there is no sort of enforcement or reminder. With the ban of at least plastic bags (and slowly eliminate paper bags, making sure that it is enforced that they be recycled), we would be forced to bring our reusable bags. It will come to this eventually, as our oil reserves are running out. It would be much more efficient & economically-friendly to reduce the use of oil on things like plastic bags and instead use it primarily for fuel, etc. On top of that, all of the plastic bags that we use do not biodegrade and get trapped in our landfills and the oceans....
Yes, we should ban plastic bags, paper are fine as long as they are required to be recycled. We need to focus more on the environment. We cannot throw everything we use away without recycling it. If we follow the same pattern, we will eventually be seeking to throw Earth away because of the trash that has accumulated. To a realistic point, we really need to be focused on being sustainable. Banning plastic bags and substituting bags made of recyclable materials is really important for preserving the environment. The world is beautiful, why are people opposed to keeping it that way?
In my opinion, I think banning plastic is a good idea, cuz we have other stuff like jute bags and all. But I don't really agree with the idea of banning paper. I know that paper uses up lots of trees, but we can't just chuck it! Kids need it in schools and colleges! Adults use it in office! Duh!
Yes, we should ban something that is used by millions of people a day, but for their own protection! Just like we should ban cigarettes, alcohol, gambling, and guns, right? Because people don't know what is best for themselves, why allow them the freedom to use the products they want to, behave in the way that they'd like to, and spend their free time how they like to?
Seriously though, questions like this make me sick to my stomach.
They both should be banned for their harm the environment. Plastic bags are made out of oil so they kill animals and make their species extinct. Paper bags harm the environment by cutting trees down. Instead, we should just use our own reusable bags. What's wrong with those? The problem is that they cause pollution. For example, a bird picks up a plastic bag or paper bag on the floor. It chokes and goes to the hospital. We should ban them and clean up our mess to help landfills, pollution and extinction go away. The effect of paper and plastic pollution is really bad. If you see a plastic bag or paper bag on the floor, pick it up and put it away because that might save an animal's life. We should always use reusable bags. Also, they can flow in the sewers that leave to the ocean. They can harm many animals. This causes extinction. That is why we should ban paper and plastic bags. We need to stop the paper bag and plastic bags. Who's with me?
I think we should just start using bio bags and educate the people to use thicker and more durable plastic bags and use it more times. I think that humans are developt enough to take care of the earth and banding something won't help. Just to band something out of nowhere doesn't make sense we should teach them and us
I understand why they want to ban plastic bags, but why force people to pay a tax to use paper instead? It's a lot more sanitary than the cloth bags, and it's good for the environment! The tax makes no sense, the whole thing is therefore probably a giant fraud.