Whats new for Say No to Plastic in 2012

Welcome to the Doing your bit for the Environment website.         The sad fact is that while humans prosper all over the world, our extravagant use of natural resources and wanton disregard for the environment has put this world in danger.

Our environment is in danger

Our environment is in danger from global warming, and we are entirely to blame. No other species has ever been able to cause such widespread damage. We need to take action, as individuals, by doing things like installing solar panels in our homes, for example. Contact our team of experts on Doing your bit for the Environment for further details.

 

Say No to Plastic

Welcome to the Doing your bit for the Environment websiteSay ‘No’ to Plastic Bags!

Welcome to the Doing your bit for the Environment website. We aim to deliver all the links and advice you could ask for regarding Doing your bit for the Environment. The majority of corporations function according to the rule that it is permissible to anything and everything for money, regardless of the consequences.

This is attitude is prevalent, and particularly true for environmental concerns. Corporations all across the world go to great lengths to maximize profit via what can only be described as environmental negligence and ill will. They damage the environment in endless ways, from refusing to take part in recycling programs to actually disposing of toxic and poisonous chemicals and other waste materials into the environment, which can often result in natural habitats becoming uninhabitable for decades, and in some cases, centuries. But corporations are not alone in this, and private citizens and individuals all over the world are equally guilty of causing the current environmental crisis we face.

We believe our approach to be unique and dynamic, producing durable results irrespective of project complexity or urgency.

We put more into our business so that companies, like yours, can get more out of the entire injection moulding process.

Individuals have long allowed the corporations around the carry on unchecked, and have not spoken out or demonstrated against their activities, But while this would be worthwhile, and might just make a difference if enough people got involved, the real issue lies not in our workplaces, but in our own homes, and our cars.

 

 

 

Saying no is hard

It is our own personal use of dwindling resources that is threatening this world, and if we really want to make a difference, we each need to make the switch to a more sustainable lifestyle. We can all install solar panel arrays onto our homes, for example, and rather than burn fossil fuels to power our homes, can actually create energy and sell I back to the national grid for other uses. Please get in touch with us if you want to know more about Doing your bit for the Environment.

 

Why should I change my lifestyle when business and the government don't change

Why should I change my lifestyle when business and the government don't change what they do?
But they are changing! Not as fast as some of us might hope, that's true. But most of the world's governments are starting to take account of sustainability. In Wales we are lucky because sustainability is even more important to us. The Government of Wales Act says that the Welsh Assembly has to take sustainability into account in everything it does. By law, the Assembly has to do everything possible to make Wales a sustainable, healthy environment for us all to live in. We are one of the only governments in the world where this is the case.

This means that the Assembly has launched programmes to encourage businesses and industry in Wales to be more environmentally friendly; has promoted energy efficiency to households and businesses; has put money into recycling so more people can have kerbside schemes for collecting recyclable waste; has invested in renewable energy to try to reduce our reliance on fossil fuels.

Things are changing, although they have only just begun to change and there's a long way to go. At a global level, the Kyoto Protocol has seen most of the world's developed countries agree to combat climate change by reducing carbon emissions. As part of the European Union, we have agreed to be legally bound to reduce carbon emissions by eight per cent between 2008 and 2012.