I’m still believe the better is design and create new biodegrade materials, stop using plastics, aluminium, paints with toxic colorants. Fashion industry is one of the most important producers of contamination. We don’t need food with chemicals that cause cancer. I hope all the amazing people who are working for the new ideas and us with the compromise to recycle, learn and take action of Dallas Cowboys dandelion shirt can see a new and clean world. I’m really scary about how we are losing animals and plants in the last decades. Vilma Gonzalez I think Canada is going to see the light and start producing hemp again, that’s one crop that can be use for multi-purpose and we have 1500 Mi of prairies.
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Vilma Gonzalez did you know you can make a bio-degradable plastic from hemp. If we were to use hemp to make paper towels, toilet paper, plates, notebooks, plastics, oils, and even hemp-Crete, hemp and limestone, we could potentially save the planet. Because nobody care. I live in Dallas Cowboys dandelion shirt with more than 70 restaurants and it’s terrible how them discard containers and plastic they should recycle. Vilma Gonzalez you are talking about the future and you are right but right now we have some much trash in the field so for now Singapore is doing well. Vilma Gonzalez I agree. The plastic industry has to open their eyes and change. Change the material and continue producing bags. The world is changing fast and we should be in the same wave. All it takes is too incovenience yourself and start to care about the only planet that can sustain human life.
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Shirts should be made with stamp on tags instead of tear away tags as those cause small pieces of plastic that could end up in the ocean. Vilma Gonzalez yes totally agree. And think of even tsunamis, hurricanes which wash over land and Dandelion Dallas Cowboys t-shirt or toxins back out to sea. If we don’t produce things that work with our environment, we should not be producing them. Ben Muldoon I’m not dictating. It’s a simple and true fact. Don’t you see animals dying in the ocean because they are eating with the fish, plastics. I’m replacing plastic containers with glass containers and materials more durable and I’m recycling the plastic bags. I’m trying to stop buying new products where the package is all in plastic and is not necessary. The problem is convenience made people lazy.