wickus wrote:Leaving Rome is one thing hope you didn't do it do move to Milano heard that Milan people are a bit snobby. (Had a colleague from Bari once)
One good thing happened a few months ago: You now get money if you collect plastic bottles and deliver them to an agency. Suddenly some people walk around with big bags and collect wasted bottles. Of course it was much better if we hadn't plastic bottles at all but Vital & Cie., the local water providers only sell it that way.
Whenever I walk my dogs in the fields I find trash and I wonder if people really take their bikes to get rid of their waste? I don't get it because the 'camion de poubelle' or wastetruck comes twice a week so there's no need to throw waste around like they do.
blueworld wrote:.. the most important, I think, for Mauritius' image and future is a new and real ecological care
Anyway there're plenty of solutions for recycling but the only innovation is... education: this is "the" way!
burning trash, I suppose, is part of the "education" and it just should be changed with a new one
I hope so much that the gov will accept my self employed application, so that I could support and be part of this change
Titus wrote:Wow ! You really hope to change the world !
I hope you've got a few generations time !
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