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Consumer responses to incentives to reduce plastic bag use

Consumer responses to incentives to reduce plastic bag use

evidence from a field experiment in urban India

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Published by South Asian Network for Development and Environmental Economics (SANDEE) in Kathmandu .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementKanupriya Gupta
The Physical Object
Pagination28 p.
Number of Pages28
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25356619M
LC Control Number2012335811

Ireland levied a € tax on plastic bags at the point of sale with the explicit goal of changing consumer behavior to decrease the demand for single-use plastic bags (Convery et al., ). The initial reduction in per capita plastic bag consumption was 90% from to 21 bags Cited by:   If single-use plastic bags are a symbol of the consumer response to the COVID crisis, then it is all the more likely that once the immediate crisis is past, reusable bags .

  Shoppers’ use of plastic carrier bags in England has continued to fall following the introduction of the 5p charge, according to new of single-use bags by all large retailers in. Education is the key–I am the “nut” at work who posts information in big font on the inside of the bathroom door from time to time. I printed a pic. of the sea turtle with the plastic bag hanging out of it’s mouth. I included some pithy wisdom about the evils of plastic with about 3 suggestions to cut the use of plastic.

Kanupriya Gupta, "undated". "Consumer Responses to Incentive to Reduce Plastic Bag Use: Evidence from a Field Experiment in Urban India," Working pap The South Asian Network for Development and Environmental Economics. Cited by: Jaime Torres, Mónica Marcela & . Islanders’ enthusiastic support for reducing single-use plastic checkout bags is decreasing the volume of plastic entering the Island’s solid waste system. As a result, there will be no need to increase fees for reusable or paper bags in January as originally planned. The minimum mandatory fee will remain at 15 cents for paper and $1 for reusable checkout bags.


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In Januarythe Government of Delhi introduced a wide-ranging ban on the use of plastic bags in market places. Our results showed a dilution in the efficacy of the ban within a year, with widespread lack of enforcement. About 94% of the consumers continue to use plastic bags in blatant violation of rules.

Citation Gupta, K. () Consumer Responses to Incentives to Reduce Plastic Bag Use: Evidence from a Field Experiment in Urban India.

SANDEE working papers, Cited by: Consumer Responses to Incentive to Reduce Plastic Bag Use: Evidence from a Field Experiment in Urban India. Kanupriya Gupta () No 65, Working papers from The South Asian Network for Development and Environmental Economics Abstract: In this paper we test for appropriate policies that could help control the use of plastic bags in Delhi.

In Januarythe Government of Delhi introduced a wide-ranging ban on the use of plastic bags. In the sample of shops, 70% were fruit and vegetable shops and 30% were grocery shops.

The average value of purchase per plastic bag by the consumer was INR Alternatively, consumers use more plastic bags per rupee in the case of fruits and vegetables (at INR 30) than grocery shops.

Consumer Responses to Incentives to Reduce Plastic Bag Use: Evidence from a Field Experiment in Urban IndiaAuthor: Kanupriya Gupta. “Unlike a ban on plastic bags or a tax, the customer is actually offered an incentive.

In some cases, the consumer is going to need a bag and that’s okay,” Anawalt said. “The goal here is to eliminate any unnecessary usages of plastic bags by allowing the customer to pick a charity to give back to.”.

in the issue of plastic waste and litter, withresponses to our call for evidence on single-use plastic waste. This is the largest response to a call for evidence in the Treasury’s history.

I would like to thank each and every person who took the time to make their voice heard, by writing to us, meeting with us or signing a petition. Plastic bag use in the UK fell sharply between andwith single-use bags falling from around 12 billion to 7 billion.

This was largely thanks to a surge in public awareness of the. Tips To Reduce Plastic Bag Use; The average family accumulates 60 plastic bags in only four trips to the grocery store. Reducing your use of plastic bags is a simple action with huge impact.

A Few Ideas. Educate yourself on the impact plastic bags have on our world. Examples of this include bans on microbeads in personal care products or bans on single-use plastic bags. Alternatively, economic instruments aim to influence human behavior through economic incentives or disincentives.

Economic incentives aim to promote positive behavior. While the legislation varies slightly between states, typically a 5-cent surcharge is placed on glass, aluminium and plastic beverage bottles.

This cash refund is returned when the consumer brings the container back to an appropriate facility. Often dairy bottles are excluded, and sometimes wine or by: Understanding consumer plastic bag behaviour.

Understanding consumer plastic bag behaviour. This report aims to support conservation efforts to reduce the influx of single-use plastic bags into the environment by assessing consumer behaviour during incentive and disincentive treatments.

Among the participants (%) were aware of the legislation banning the use of plastic bags and out of which (%) were in its favour. Semi-professionals and students favoured the ban on plastic bags whereas unskilled and semiskilled Cited by: 3.

Capacity of the local governments to impose a ban ensuring the necessary monitoring mechanism remains a challenge.

With a majority of Indian states imposing a ban on plastic bags, the impending threats posed by illegitimate and unscientific modes of its disposal is evident. India today is faced with a relentless inflow of plastic waste touted at more t tonnes per day. Gupta K () Consumer responses to incentives to reduce plastic bag use: evidence from a field experiment in urban India.

SAMDEE Google Scholar Handelman JM, Arnold SJ () The role of marketing actions with a social dimension: appeals to the institutional : Irina Safitri Zen. Thank You!The Provincial Government wishes to thank each person and organization who participated in the consultation process on the potential ban on the distribution of single use plastic retail bags.

Responses from the public were received between March 5 and Ma and close to submissions were used to inform the What We Heard document. Incentives vs. ban on plastic bags By Charles Bartling on June 6, - am There seemed to be little disagreement at a civic forum Thursday night that Evanstonians ought to reduce their use of plastic bags, but several citizens urged the city to provide incentives short of an outright ban.

reusable bags for sale at the register, and some stores even have used plastic bags for consumers to use. • Buying local products: Besides stimulating the local economy, buying local products means we can reduce negative environmental impacts from transportation. You may be able to make some of these items at home, such as shopping bags and File Size: 1MB.

Carrier bags usage and attitudes: Consumer research in England In FebruaryWRAP commissioned qualitative discussion groups and a consumer survey in England to explore current stated behaviours and attitudes around carrier bag usage, biodegradable bags and levels of support and/or concern for the single use plastic bag charge due to be.

This policy brief is based on SANDEE working paper No. ‘Consumer responses to incentives to reduce plastic bag use: Evidence from a field experiment in urban India’ by Kanupriya Gupta from the Delhi School of Economics, Delhi The full report is available at Policy Brief NumberDecember File Size: KB.

Paper or plastic? How disposable bag bans, fees and taxes affect consumer behavior have no incentive to reduce their use. Plastic bags made up almost should have a similar response Author: Tatiana Homonoff.similar policies aimed at reducing disposable bag use: a $ tax on disposable bag use and a $ bonus for r eusable bag use.

While the tax decreased disposable bag use by over 40 percentage points, the bonus generated virtually no effect on behavior. These results are consistent with a model of loss aversion. (JEL D12, D91, H23)File Size: KB. All around the country, there’s a war on plastic bags.

San Francisco has largely banned the things since Now, Los Angeles County’s plastic bag ban went into effect on July 1 and will be phased in over the next few months. And Washington, DC has begun charging consumers five cents for every plastic or paper disposable bag they use when buying food or alcohol, while several other .