New Zealanders currently use 1.6 billion single-use plastic bags a year, which amounts to 350 a year per kiwi.
Jonathan Dodd from Ipsos research joins Graeme Hill to discuss the single-use plastic bag problem across the globe.
48 percent of people Ipsos researched said shops that use plastic bags should be taxed more, but is this fair?
- Driverless cars prove favourable in developing countries
- How positive do people feel about their own nations?
Cognitive bias: people’s tendency to blindly follow leaders... 'blindly' being the keyword.
Mr Dodd says it's fine to a point, but when someone is flat wrong or propagating negative misperceptions it can quickly head down the wrong path.
Also, how mediocrity in business can suffice quite nicely.
Listen to the full audio with Jonathan Dodd above.
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