Seems like there is growing debates (here and other posting the last several months) on the value of plastic bans – assume partially in defense, but perhaps partially that bans may not always be the best solution?
• Two perspectives – “Plastic pollution is one of the most pressing environmental issues of our time”, criticizes Erik Solheim, former environmental director of the United Nations. But is banning plastics a good thing? “The evidence for the effectiveness of those bans is not always available”, says marine biologist Professor Richard Thompson. https://www.linkedin.com/posts/basf_is-banning-plastic-a-good-thing-activity-6565501836688666624-Tds6
• Interview with Dirk Voeste, BASF – used to be VP sus strategy – now SVP in agri business – https://www.basf.com/us/en/media/featured-articles/Sustainability/SB.html?fbclid=IwAR2DesotA0mm0gFq1cjki7LLNNnp1XGM1ceJI86dGiieXTbPJ6KJ-gzgQQA
Interested in others as to examples experiences with SUP bans, alternatives and unintended consequences going either way.