HUNG Man Kay, Kathy

HUNG Man Kay, Kathy

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"Food Waste and Plastic Waste, Imperfect together" added by Semiat Ayomide AYENI

Rating: 90/100

I feel sorry every time when I see marine lives being trapped by plastic. Why should other organisms bear the consequences? Immediate action is definitely necessary.

How to reduce food waste: the food-sharing apps offering cheap leftover meals for eco-concious eaters added by Chun Lam CHAN

Rating: 75/100

Unlike shared flats, bicycles, shared food is hard to imagine. The concept is indeed great, benefiting both us and the Earth. Yet, there are concerns in e.g. food safety.

Is Plastic-Free Food Delivery A Solution To Our Wasteful Convenience Culture? added by Chun Ho CHAN

Rating: 90/100

Under COVID-19, more takeaway has been bought. Plastic-free delivery may be a way only to ease the plastic waste problem, but the waste production is still high.

Pandemic food delivery boom creating vast amounts of plastic waste in China added by Chau Hang CHI

Rating: 90/100

The video clearly reveals how severe the waste problem caused by food delivery is. We must be aware of the seriousness, and try to take our steps to ease the situation.

How to Reduce Your Food Delivery and Takeout Waste added by Chau Hang CHI

Rating: 75/100

The measures suggested are ideal, but then they may not work as most restaurants do not take these serious. The restaurants should also be trained to provide eco-friendly options.

How to line your rubbish bin without the use of single use plastic bags added by Taehyun KIM

Rating: 70/100

Paper folded bags are indeed innovative, but I doubt whether it is feasible to replace plastic bags since paper bags are much less durable.

Pandemic providing opportunity for packaging innovation, resilience added by Kelly NG

Rating: 95/100

Crisis create opportunities. Unexpectedly, reusable packaging brings pros to the pandemic situation. This should be widely spread so more will be willing to use reusable packaging.

WE MADE PLASTIC. WE DEPEND ON IT. NOW WEโ€™RE DROWNING IN IT. added by Yearim KIM

Rating: 85/100

It is very nice that this article includes arguments on both the pros and cons brought by plastic. The truth it reveals warn us on our prolonged excessive use of plastic.

What to do with plastic waste? A lot, actually added by Taehyun KIM

Rating: 70/100

In addition to individual changes in lifestyle, innovation may be another way out. The "new plastic" mentioned sounds nice, but I wonder the cost.

The role of social media on recycling behaviour added by Junwoo KANG

Rating: 85/100

Social media is definitely influential these days. I hence believe that social media would be an effective medium to raise public awareness on sustainability issues.