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Climate activists target plastics industry with ‘recycling’ theory

We would have only a tiny fraction of modern health-care technologies without plastics.

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Conventional plastic recycling doesn’t work—even Greenpeace says so

By the government’s own accounting, its net-zero plastics campaign will cost more than it will save in waste management costs.

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Plastic bag bans may do more harm than good

Advocates forget to account for the pollution from “cleaner” options.

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With the arrival of reusable grocery bags, there appeared to be, at long last, a definitive eco-friendly answer to that question posed daily to consumers: Paper or plastic? Alas, it was not to be. Researchers recently discovered that the supposedly green alternative actually harbors bacteria, mold and other unappetizing organisms, albeit natural.