• Gail M.
    05/26/2020 03:44


  • Abdul K.
    05/23/2020 14:51

    Sorry not acceptable. Only don't accumulate a lot.

  • Marta P.
    05/23/2020 09:58

    oh give me a break, then stop mass production of clothes as well, reusable bags can be handmade

  • Eddy P.
    05/23/2020 01:08

    Ya know what’s not good for the environment?! Humans!

  • Richar P.
    05/22/2020 22:28

    Very good for the environment

  • Abby M.
    01/20/2020 03:37

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  • Jonas I.
    01/06/2019 20:00

    Why dont we just stop existing already jeeeeezzzzz with all the problems in the world u spent time making this video

  • Kell K.
    01/06/2019 10:23

    I've been into utilizing "reusable bags" for everything, since the 1970's; and was lovingly called "the bag lady" in High School. In the '80's I went for "bags with a cause". The "give back" off-sets the production. If we can remove 10 carbon footsteps (in each action) or remove a few kilowatts and a few gallons of water, from (y)our day, well, WE CAN give his Big Blue Marble a break. Still smiling about her daily!

  • Lynette F.
    01/04/2019 14:22

    I saw a video recently of all the discarded unwanted clothing. Why not get these companies together and reclaim some, or all, of this clothing to make tote bags from? People used to do this in the past to make quilts, for example. Reuse, repurpose!

  • Sukriti K.
    01/04/2019 09:49

    They are anyday much better than plastic bags... They won't lie in the soil for hundreds of years and they won't harm aquatic life...

  • Jessie N.
    01/04/2019 05:49

    Change the way we grow cotton. Hydroponically?

  • Beau J.
    01/04/2019 01:22

    No they are not fucking made of cotton they are made of polypropylene

  • Natalie A.
    01/03/2019 22:12


  • Yvan D.
    01/03/2019 21:21

    The Danish study on which your figures rely explicitly disregards the fact that plastic bags may end up in nature, and assumes that cotton bags are produced in China, where energy generation is based mostly on coal. As a result, most of the impact is linked to the industrial process (yarn, weaving), very little to fiber growing. Note also that this study has not been published in a peer-reviewed journal.

  • Nada H.
    01/03/2019 20:19

    Hemp bags. Hemp cleans the soil. But USA pushed cotton production

  • Lynn M.
    01/03/2019 19:30

    so use the ones made of recycled plastic, that should help

  • Theresa D.
    01/03/2019 19:22

    I reuse paper bags until they fall apart and use 2 totes all the time.....

  • Ksenia F.
    01/03/2019 19:19

    They should make panda friendly bamboo tote bags!

  • Rene C.
    01/03/2019 19:08

    I use cotton bags and although having been used once or twice a week they are still perfect after far more than 10 years and it looks as if these will even last another 10 years!!!