Adetoro Adetayo Adetoro is a sustainability professional who holds a master's degree in sustainable chemical engineering from the University of Bath with distinction. She works with startups, businesses, and organizations to conduct sustainability studies and provide advice on best practices. As a co-publisher, writer, and editor of Susinsight, Adetoro plays a crucial role in research analysis, content development, publication coordination, and strategic planning. Her efforts are dedicated to delivering in-depth analyses, reports, and insights on the current state of sustainability in Africa.

Lagos Plastic Ban: A Bold Step or an Economic Blow?

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The Lagos State government’s decisive ban on single-use plastics and styrofoam sparks intense discussions about its economic impact, prompting a nuanced critique and alternative policy proposals that emphasize the delicate interplay between environmental sustainability and economic considerations.

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Adetoro Adetayo Adetoro is a sustainability professional who holds a master's degree in sustainable chemical engineering from the University of Bath with distinction. She works with startups, businesses, and organizations to conduct sustainability studies and provide advice on best practices. As a co-publisher, writer, and editor of Susinsight, Adetoro plays a crucial role in research analysis, content development, publication coordination, and strategic planning. Her efforts are dedicated to delivering in-depth analyses, reports, and insights on the current state of sustainability in Africa.