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담배 기업의 유독성 제품 폐기물은 환경을 파괴합니다

담배 기업은 우리가 바닥에서 발견하는 담배꽁초와 베이프가 단순한 쓰레기 문제라고 생각하길 바랍니다. 그들은 우리가 도시 내 재떨이 설치와 해안 청소에 시간을 소비하길 바랍니다. 15161718192021 하지만 그들이 우리에게 알리고 싶지 않은 것은 누군가가 담배나 베이프를 흡연하기 훨씬 전부터 그들의 제품은 환경을 해치고 있었다는 점입니다. 담배 기업은 생산과 제조를 통해 기후 변화22와 삼림 벌채에 직접 영향을 주는 세계 최고의 플라스틱 오염원입니다.232425262728 또한 제품에 함유된 독성 화학물질로 인해 안전하게 폐기하는 것은 거의 불가능합니다.293031323334 결론: 누구도, 어떤 장소도, 담배 기업으로부터 안전하지 않습니다.
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담배꽁초는 미세 독성 섬유 물질인 미세플라스틱35으로 만들어지며, 먹이 사슬을 오염시키고36 당신의 몸속으로 스며들 수 있습니다.3738

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담배 기업의 악영향

담배 기업은 지금도 죽음과 질병으로부터 이익을 얻기 위해 능수능란한 마케팅 전략1과 정치적 영향력2 확대에 수십억 달러를 투자합니다.
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심지어 담배를 흡연하지 않는 사람들에게도 치명적인 결과를 가져옵니다.3
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담배 기업은 어린이를 "대체 고객"이라고 부릅니다.4 그들은 어린이에게 평생 중독과 질병을 선고합니다.
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이 인종차별적이고 불공정한 기업은 전략적으로 치명적인 제품과 교묘한 메시지로 특정 지역사회를 겨냥해 왔습니다.5
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누구도 독성 담배 폐기물과 플라스틱 오염으로 인한 환경 피해6와 건강 위험7891011으로부터 안전하지 않습니다.12
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담배 기업에 책임을 묻습니다

캘리포니아주는 이미 다른 유해 제품으로부터 주민을 보호해 왔으며,1314 이제 담배 기업을 같은 기준으로 판단해야 합니다.
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