Using the data of the European Environment Agency on Land Cover of different types of surfaces for the years 2000 and 2006, the differences were calculated and depicted on a graph. The absolute changes are calculated for individual countries and different land types.
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We're using an increasing number of one-use products such as plastic razors, cups, paper towels, wipes, nappies, plastic bags, paper napkins and even disposable cameras to name a few. Not only do they usually cost more in the long-run, they involve the consumption of more resources and energy than their reusable alternatives.
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