5 Responses to Education for a Cleaner Future: Exnora Green Pammal’s Green Generation Programme

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  2. Larry Danos says:

    I’d like to know how to make a bag from newspaper.

    • Hi Larry,

      The bags can be made in many sizes and with either staples or glue. Nearly all items were packed in newspaper bags by Indian shops 25 years ago, but now newspaper bags have been replace by flimsy plastic bags. Plastic bags have become an environmental disaster, so they’ve been banned in some places.

      Newspaper bags are simple to make, and can be a source of employment.

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