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            Overall many things have become apparent when comparing European countries to the United States. Not only does the U.S lack law and regulations to increase recycling which I previously talked about, they also have fewer incentives to do so.  Another less popular method may be to increase repercussions for not recycling both for companies and individuals may be a very good tool. 

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            Overall many things have become apparent when comparing European countries to the United States. Not only does the U.S lack law and regulations to increase recycling which I previously talked about, they also have fewer incentives to do so.  Another less popular method may be to increase repercussions for not recycling both for companies and individuals may be a very good tool. 

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            Digging deeper into reason why American rates are lower than European rates there are more and more large factors jumping out at me. The first being that many European countries have strict laws put into play to increase recycling among companies and individuals, and the second being these countries are generally smaller that the United States.

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Do the differences in how we are raised, our environment, or even just our own willingness to feel compassion effect why some societies are more environmentally conscious? Is our willingness to recycle connected to the attitudes of those around us and convince of the task?

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Do the differences in how we are raised, our environment, or even just our own willingness to feel compassion effect why some societies are more environmentally concious? Is our willingness to recycle connected to the attituedes of those around us and convience of the task?

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