It is a "good time" for "tail payers" to consume excessively. With convenient e-commerce and activities such as "pre-sale", "full reduction" and "discount", some people hold the word "excessive consumption" to death. Do we really need these things? I bought a pair of shoes in order to collect the order, and a short sleeve became a member of my wardrobe, but some couldn't wear them because they didn't even have time to pick up the trademark and didn't want to wear them for various reasons. As early as 2017, Greenpeace survey found that more than half of Chinese respondents had uncut clothes at home, and 60% admitted that they had far more clothes
A sudden epidemic in 2020 gives us the opportunity to settle down, rethink the relationship between man and nature, re-examine our lives and think about what we can do for the natural environment. We have gone through this difficult year, and in this year, many high-frequency green hot words also appear in front of us from time to time. One of the words discussed by netizens is "tail payer", and behind these three words is "excessive consumption"!
It is undeniable that under the influence of the "impulse to collect wool" and the "buy and wear" unique learning, we can easily fall into the wave of "excessive consumption". However, as a member of the earth, have we reflected on whether this is a waste and whether it violates the concept of green environmental protection.
According to the report released by Greenpeace, get rid of plastic binding and China Environmental Protection Federation on November 11, 2019, in China, the total weight of express packaging reached 9.41 million tons in 2018, equivalent to the weight of 130 million adults. The vast majority of express plastic packaging is disposable, discarded after use and not recycled. Even paper express packages with high recycling value are reduced to garbage. These packaging wastes have brought a total of 13.03 million tons of carbon emissions, adding a burden to the earth increasingly affected by climate change.
In this way, this has formed an "unhealthy" chain. Under excessive consumption, disposable packaging waste has increased sharply, causing serious pollution. Therefore, Greenpeace calls on the broad masses of the people to pay attention to green environmental protection, not excessive consumption, and maintain the fragile balance between the earth and our lives.