• Dhasing D.
    11/13/2018 14:17

    Great great and great job mam

  • Shalini P.
    11/12/2018 17:05

    Couldn't even watch the full video..it's so painful

  • Shashank G.
    11/12/2018 16:29

    A thought process in ones mind also goes in someone elses mind in other part of the world. I also have the same idea and I actually made a ppt for this idea so that I can use it in future to show people before making straws made from bamboo. I came with this idea when i saw bamboo plant growing in my house and was reading a case study on plastic straws and other plastic products. 😄

  • Pallavi S.
    11/12/2018 12:57


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    11/11/2018 21:09


  • Abhishek K.
    11/11/2018 19:12

    ! Always refuse straws! One can do without them as well.

  • Nigel C.
    11/11/2018 15:39

    Pro development supporters, pro deforestation supporters and pro parties supporters will only think of destroying forest for industries and destroy endangered animals. It's even sad that many are celebrating the murder of a national animal avni by illegal hunters and the lynching of a tigress in UP.

  • Harjot S.
    11/11/2018 12:24

    Sanjeev but u mfs need to use them.

  • Jyoti A.
    11/11/2018 09:41

    Recycle is the third step in the cycle.. we should first try to refuse or reuse.

  • Saswata C.
    11/11/2018 08:37

    jeta toke boli

  • James N.
    09/24/2018 12:49

    Make them out of hemp.

  • Barbara J.
    07/31/2018 15:06

    What was wrong with the paper straws that everyone used so many years ago? How do you clean those metal and glass straws? Plastic is not the way to go if it can't be recycled. There's an island of plastic bottles. Plastic producers should be fined to the max...!!! Paper decomposes quickly. And why can't all plastics be recycled. If it can't be recycled, it shouldn't be legal to be produced.

  • Diane G.
    07/28/2018 07:29

    ‘Plastic straws are a relatively tiny percentage of ocean plastics. Having worked for turtle conservation centers from Ceylon to the Maldives, and being an island person from indigenous cultures where our ways of living are inextricably linked to the environment that surrounds us, I’ve seen firsthand the devastation of plastics on our waters and ocean wildlife. But of all the ocean plastics that washed ashore every day, rarely were any plastic straws. Over 46% of ocean plastics are from fishing nets and gear that are disposed of or left in the ocean. But are we willing to give up on keto salmon diets or our fishing industries, or demand more stringent practices for fisheries, to end the devastation these cause to ocean wildlife?’ https://theestablishment.co/straw-ban-ableism/

  • Ali E.
    07/28/2018 04:37

    Fucking hate this vid of them yanking the straw out. Hurts my heart

  • Angel C.
    07/27/2018 16:08


  • Cestial C.
    07/27/2018 04:14

    Seems like America does the majority of damage every time

  • Lucia P.
    07/26/2018 20:03

    If you can’t reuse it, refuse it!!! :)

  • Jeanette C.
    07/26/2018 18:30

    Gina wen are you going to get chickens ,and little farmxx

  • Madeleine B.
    07/26/2018 07:53

    The 4 R: Refuse, Reduce, Reuse, Recycle 😉

  • Cristell S.
    07/26/2018 03:41


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