What is the good life? Per the definition of the Greek philosophers, it is not having a great time, drinking, flirting and surfing online. Read the great work of Aristotle for a reminder about what Greek Philosophy is all about. It is having a life that is good because it adds good value to human kind. Thinking and talking about virtue are some of the best things that a person can do with his life according to them. It does not mean having a life centered on shallow pleasures like online chatting and speculative investments, partying and drinking until the early hours of the morning, eating for greed and not hunger. Greek philosophers may not have been ready to deal with modern life as we know it but their thinking still applies. It can be harder to have a good life now than it was in their time, as young people are constantly bombarded with entertainment, advertisement and peer pressure from texting or the Web, that it may be hard for them not to succumb to the temptation from the sight of college dropouts who made millions of dollars starting their ecommerce website or other vain celebrities. Very few will win such a lottery ticket, plus the fame, television appearances and glory, as the famous people do. And women are easily attracted to them given their wealth and celebrity status. So does he live the good life? Not in the sense intended by the philosophers. The pursuit of wealth from card games is a totally wasteful activity that does not let him focus his mind on what is really important to consider as a human being: seeking order and beauty in the universe. Talking about beauty and cleanliness, we are very concerned with climate change, global warming and pollution here are teenpodcasters. With our friends at Fresno Dumpster Rental, we would like to start a podcast about waste management in the USA and how we can help limiting the number of landfills and unnecessary junk and waste created by human beings. According to experts, the real estate market in the United States has started a booming trend and this is why it is more important than ever to make sure our cities remain clean. Uncontrolled growth is what leads to the environmental crisis we are facing now and it is time people take their destiny in their own hands.

The year 2019 was marked by somewhat disconcerting environmental news: the re-shipment by some countries of South Asia of several tonnes of waste from the rich countries of the North. Ecological awareness or diplomatic rebellion, what can we learn from these trash container shipments by Asian countries? Everyone wants to save the planet but nobody wants to take the garbage out, and any waste management company knows the high cost of junk removal. Terrible dilemma, for a nation to have to collect, sort and recycle polluting waste and at the same time wear the cap of the green policeman concerned about the environment. All countries are struggling to recycle their waste. Plastic waste produced in the West ends up either at the landfill or in an incineration plant. But the poor quality products are sent to less visible countries. Concretely, Western countries do not hesitate to send bulky waste that they do not know how to treat to countries whose regulations on waste treatment are more permissive and this, at lower cost, with all the health risks that implies for workers and local populations. Among the “trash” countries, China has long been one of the most important recyclers of waste on the planet, especially plastic. This ostrich policy did not worry many people until 2018, when Beijing said stop to recycling plastic waste. The National Sword plan has been decreed by the Chinese government to denounce the accumulation of dirty and dangerous waste sent by the countries of the northern hemisphere, repeatedly flouting international regulations. This measure caused an unanticipated mess on the world waste market, forcing Western countries to redirect tonnes of non-compliant waste to countries in Southeast Asia. Faced with the profusion of litter, parallel channels have been developing. The importation of waste causes an indissoluble impact on the environment such as the creation of unauthorized dumping, or even mafia networks, which harm tourism, the main economic activity of these countries. Awareness or diplomatic rebellion, several countries in Southeast Asia have indicated that they no longer wish to be the dumping ground for our industrialized countries. This is how several hundred waste containers have been returned in recent years to their shippers.

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