People of all nations around the world will discover that the solution will not be found in more government control over society, but through an increase in human liberty and freedom for the individual economic actor.
Children of the Landfill Blog
Inflation, is an invisible, secret tax that not even 1% of common people understands. It is dangerous and most of the time a fatal disease. If not under control in time, it can destroy society. No government is willing to accept responsibility for causing inflation.
Changes to the global treaty that are coming into effect in January 2021 will have significant impacts on U.S. exporters, according to Rolph Payet, executive secretary of the Basel Convention, the international treaty covering waste shipments between nations.
Delhi seems to be staring at a ‘mountainous’ garbage problem – this land-fill site – the world’s largest – is so big it is often mistaken for a MOUNTAIN.
recycling garbage has become the most pressing in the world. However, the problem is much broader: in various countries, unauthorized landfills are increasingly formed
We use 5 trillion plastic bags… per year! That’s 160,000 a second! And over 700 a year for every single person on the planet. We can do better than that.
There has never been a better opportunity to create a new system of money based on universal basic income and since these currencies can be designed with today’s existential challenges in mind, we can do things like strongly incentivize local trading and disincentivize exploitation of distant workers and ecosystems.
We believe there will be many use cases for tokens but what we’re witnessing is a dramatic shift in interest in the market towards decentralized systems.
The solution to this epidemic will likely come from a combination of reduction targets (particularly with packaging and single-use plastics), innovation in materials science and significant investments in waste management infrastructures, with more interception points for ocean-bound plastic.
Plastic items take up to a thousand years to decompose. Even when they do decompose, they carry on polluting as they release toxins into the soil and water. Plastics can be deadly to animals and birds, and can also pollute the soil and damage our health.