Vanuatu plots to ban single-use plastics including disposable diapers
The South Pacific nation of Vanuatu is currently in the news for announcing its strategic plans to ban disposable diapers along with other single-use plastics, at a recent conference in Port Vila.
Apparently, the latest move by Vanuatu, which is one of the many Pacific nations critically affected by climate changes, has come up with a significant purpose of reduction in pollution in the region. Relevant sources reported that as a part of the plans, stuff like plastic drink stirrers, plastic cutlery, polystyrene cups and different types of food packaging are likely to be outlawed. With the new regulation to be enacted soon, Vanuatu seems to be flaunting its already acclaimed environmental leadership further, claim sources.
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