More government actions are needed to improve recycling at home.
Many people in the community are environmental minded that they are aware of the importance of recycling. However, when it comes to recycling at home, there is true that a mismatch exists between good intentions and our actions in Australia. For example, I consider myself very environmental minded and I am fully understand the need and urgency to protecting our world. However, I found that there aren't enough government supports and resources to make recycling at home happens. I think in Sydney Australia, public is not properly informed about the recyclable items at home and there aren't enough recycling bins for each household. In my opinion, I think that governments should invest more money on recycling educations.
Do governemtns need to put in more efforts to encourage more recyclings at home? What role is the governement playing? Does recycling at home need to be made mandatory?