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I have Spencer Cox Jordan Pushed Off Shirt dear friends who volunteer for weeks at a time to paint the bins for Glastonbury. The idea is that you use them, people. If it doesn’t fit in the bin, take your crap home with you. No, because compared to the trillions of tons of pollution being ignored in Asia and Africa, the few square meters of deposit generating left-overs are a good source of pocket money for those willing to collect it. The point is that it all adds up. It’s accumulative.
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Just because someone else isn’t doing their part doesn’t mean you shouldn’t either. That just adds to the problem. Humans are a tragedy of the environment. Wherever they go the must create rubbish, hoping the environment will clean up for them. I think you’ll find one day’s worth of single-use plastic rubbish does a whole lot more damage than Glastonbury Festival ever will. Tesco does more damage to the environment in one day than a week-long festival ever will. I’m not saying it’s ok. It’s about scale.
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