challenge for municipalities, cities, and farmlands, and extensive use of plastic film in greenhouses has increased the amount of waste generated. Plastic contaminants can be large-sized particles, i.e. >5 mm, referred to as microplastics, or small
the harm that party B suffers. Overuse of particular commodities is commonly listed as the type of activity where cost-internalization could help such as taxing CO 2 emissions to reduce the carbon footprint or taxing plastics to reduce microplastic
Authors:Nikoletta Kaszás, Krisztina Keller, and Zoltán Birkner
and microplastics); in waste generation in tourism (like recycling and secondary raw materials) and in resources in the tourism sector (like infrastructure, climate change etc.).
The authors then wrote specifically about circular tourism
Authors:Csongor Bajnóczki, Zoltán Illés, and Péter Szendrő
and chemical use than simply having them floating in our oceans and breaking down into microplastic.
In terms of reusing thrown away textile materials and making the supply chain circular, the main issue is that the production and the