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“Feel good” vs “do good”

Jean-Remi Lopez Head of Public Policy and Government Relations APAC at DTCC
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I am excited of non-petroleum plastic alternatives, but I worry that it comforts people into maintaining poor habits: instead of reducing the use of plastic, people may think using ‘green’ plastic is enough… How do we avoid that? Are our societies ready to make deep changes to  habits and accept the higher costs?

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