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German Environment Minister Calls For Ban On Plastic Bags

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German Environment Minister Calls For Ban On Plastic BagsWatch VideoGermany is reportedly working on banning disposable plastic bags. 

On Sunday, German Environment Minister Svenja Schulze said her department is working on legislation "for a plastic bag ban." She said she wants Germany to "get out of the throw-away society" and to use less plastic overall. Her ministry says the...
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​German Environment Minister Svenja Schulze said her department is currently working on legislation &quot;for a plastic bag ban.&quot;

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