Argument 2 Edit

Symbol oppose vote Developing countries have the right to make their living by accepting the waste, they can create jobs and wealth and gain resources they wouldn't have access to otherwise. There is no exploitation, everything is based on voluntary actions. 10:54, January 24, 2014 (UTC)Julia

  • Symbol support vote Jobs are often not created because the hazardous waste is illegally resold in most cases instead of being recycled. -- 11:05, January 24, 2014 (UTC)Anna,Ole
  • Symbol oppose vote It is not the responsability of the developed countries to control what the developing countries do to the waste they bought. If they resell it, it's their own fault for not creating jobs and using the money they got wisely. --Kerry und Katrin
    • Symbol support vote  It is the responsibility of developed countries because sooner or later they will face the consequences of a failed recycling process like we saw in the Inuit Milk example. 11:17, January 24, 2014 (UTC)Anna,Ole
      • Symbol oppose vote But the people who sell the waste illegally actually do have a job. 11:13, January 24, 2014 (UTC)Julia
      • Symbol support vote But how many people do actually have a job in comparison to the whole population of a country?? -- 11:35, January 24, 2014 (UTC)Till and Eva
      • Symbol support vote  Although these illegal jobs are created, the value of the job is very low because it aims at environmental damage.-- 11:46, January 24, 2014 (UTC)Anna,Ole