IMPLEMENTATION OF WASTE MANAGEMENT LAWS THAT WILL HELP REDUCE WORLD CLIMATE CHANGE
This paper explores implementing waste management laws that can help reduce climate change globally. The waste sector significantly contributes to greenhouse gas emissions, accelerating climate change. The study examines various sources, including articles and reports, to analyze the relationship between waste management regulations, regional revenue generation, and climate change. The study highlights the importance of waste management regulations in reducing greenhouse gas emissions and mitigating the impact of waste on the climate. The study explores various successful waste management laws, such as the three R's (reduce, reuse, and recycle), zero waste, waste management regulations, and local government initiatives. These examples demonstrate that effective waste management laws and practices can help reduce greenhouse gas emissions and mitigate the impact of waste on the climate. The study also discusses the challenges countries face in implementing waste management laws, such as poor waste management practices and systems, inadequate monitoring and enforcement, and the lack of commitment from governments. The study concludes that implementing effective waste management laws is crucial in addressing the global challenge of climate change. By adopting comprehensive regulations and promoting sustainable practices, countries can reduce waste and promote sustainable development while mitigating the impact of trash on the climate. Overall, the study provides insights into the importance of waste management laws in reducing greenhouse gas emissions and mitigating the effects of waste on the environment. The findings of this study can contribute to the ongoing efforts to combat climate change through effective waste management policies and practices.
Environmental Law, Waste Management, Climate Change, Local Government.