As a result of human activities, especially industrial activities, nature is suffering irreversible losses. Environmental problems are forcing us to rethink our lifestyles and look for ways to live in harmony with nature.
One of the biggest threats is plastic.
Between 4.8 and 12.7 million tonnes of plastic enter the world's oceans each year, 80% of which ends up on land and shore, harming nature and human health.
The only solution is to reduce plastic emissions. And one of the easiest ways to do this is to switch to eco-bags.
The benefits of using eco-bags:
· Eco bags are made from eco-friendly materials.
· Eco bags are designed to be reusable. The single-use plastic grocery bags we use are responsible for the deaths of millions of birds, turtles and other marine animals that ingest the plastic every year.
· Eco bags are multifunctional. They can be used.
They can be used for the grocery shopping as well as a bag to carry workbags, books, notebooks, beachwear, etc. Eco bags, unlike plastic grocery bags, are stronger, more durable and can hold more items.
To encourage the use of eco bags, many manufacturers offer stylish eco-bags with interesting and creative prints or embroidery. Various organisations have already made the eco-bag part of their corporate identity.