Waste butterfly

(c) Janika Fabrikant / EEA Waste•smART

Further discussion questions

  • What does well-being mean to you? How does the environment contribute to your well-being?
  • What do you think about the state of the environment in the area you live?
  • Can you think of business ideas to make production and consumption more environment friendly?
  • Are you aware of how various types of waste are recycled in your community?
  • Can you think of ways to improve recycling practices at home and in your community
  • How can you reduce food waste?
  • Are you aware of the environmental impacts of the food you eat and the food you do not eat?
  • Who should clean up beach litter?
  • Are there coastal clean-up activities where you live? Do you take part in such clean up activities?
  • Would you ‘borrow’ clothes or tools instead of buying them?
  • In your opinion, what makes a community sustainable?


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