Stuart pushing green living
PRIME MINISTER Freundel Stuart has urged Barbadians to accept responsibility for their actions in the garbage build-up in the island.
“We behave [as if] the garbage that we generate belongs to the Government. We buy the pet bottles of drinks, we buy the Kentucky chicken, we accumulate all the plastic bags. So if somebody doesn’t come and collect them, and collect them in our time that is an occasion for quarrelling and protest. We have to become more responsible and more mature and more disciplined if we are going to get this green economy right,” he said while addressing the Lower Chamber yesterday.
Giving his support to the Barbados Green Scoping Study resolution tabled in the House, Stuart also backed the proposed amendments to the Road Traffic Act. (SDB Media)
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