I totally agree with that but only question is HOW?
Some days I cannot believe how quickly my rubbish bin fills up.
Disaster! What a heck I supposed to do?!
With our everyday life being so fast I can't see myself at the litter bin at supermarket door ripping all the packaging of my purchases. I probably would join the team of local weirdos.
As I am making and selling crafts myself I often think how to wrap them nicely.
That's one thing. But how to wrap them that they will reach customer safe and not damaged.
In some ways packaging my makes stresses me out every time. I know I think too much what others will think.
In one way I want to be friendly to our mother Earth and on another side I care that my pieces will no break in transit.
Form me it's brown paper, cotton string, carton box modified by me to suit the piece: that is how far I can try to be nice to planet.
Sadly I have to use packing tape to keep all of it together and a good bit of bubble wrap. And few, just few artificial flowers to beautify my package.
If to be serious I think this outlook to be more gentle to environment will come only with generations and more education on issue, in fact with much better availability of recycling, reusing services.
If you have any opinion on rubbish issue I'd love to hear..
Cherio for now
I really must start my Easter wreath with super cute ceramic bunnies I bought