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Traveling without Plastic
Traveling without Plastic

Traveling without Plastic

We have been locked in physically and mentally for almost two years by the CoronaVirus. People had a very difficult period due to this pandemic situation in the world. We all had to stay at our home because of the destructive nature of this Virus. However, now we can see the world is recovering gradually. People have the chance to go here and there; they use these days to release the stress they have been storing for two years. So, traveling has become a trend these days.
The climate-change crisis facing our planet is, rightfully and thankfully, getting a lot of press these days, conveying a real sense of urgency in the need to reduce our ever-increasing carbon emissions.
According to the “Sixth Assessment Report” from the United Nations’ Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), our actions as humans are responsible for global warming, causing such catastrophic events as destructive wildfires and floods, melting ice caps, and rising sea levels.
As human beings, creatures who are distinguished from other animals, we should be responsible while we are traveling. If we bring plastics and put them in the places we are traveling, we should have a responsibility not to put them there. We should hand them over to a proper recycling company.
We should always try to take a little amount of plastic with us while traveling; it is really appreciable if we do not take any plastic material. There are lots of plastic alternatives in the market. We can use them without any doubt. They are not harmful to the environment. Especially, when we are traveling we can use them; it will be a sustainable solution for this problem.
Milindu Abeynayake
Faculty of Social Sciences & Languages
Sabaragamuwa University of Sri Lanka