Argument 3 Edit

Symbol support voteDeveloped countries exploit developing countries because these poor countries need money and therefore they accept each type of waste no matter how toxic it is. -- 10:57, January 24, 2014 (UTC)Eva and Till

  • Symbol oppose vote We don't agree on this. Developing countries are not obliged to accept the waste, they take it because they want to. It is a mutual benefit. They take it, because they think they can make profit out of it 11:08, January 24, 2014 (UTC)Julia and Alina
    •  Symbol support vote The "benefit" has to be considered critically. It is not a whole nation that benefits but single people/companies. The danger of environmental pollution however is carried by the whole population. -- 11:14, January 24, 2014 (UTC)Anna,Ole
    • Symbol support vote The developing countries are in lack of the knowledge regaring toxic waste. And therefore they don't know how to handle it proporly. For example some use it as furniture.  --Kristinajansen (talk) 11:17, January 24, 2014 (UTC)Jeanette+Kristina
    • Symbol support vote As a consequence, the people in the developing countries will be harmed. Developed countries take advantage of the unknowingness of the people in the developing countries. -- 11:27, January 24, 2014 (UTC)Theresa+Nele
          • Symbol oppose vote It can hardly be the responsibility of a corporation/country to advice the citizens of other countries how to handle waste for which a contract has been signed by their governments. The governments have full information as to what they are handling and are therefore responsible to share this with the public/the people likely to get in contact with the waste. --Mojojojo89 (talk) 11:29, January 24, 2014 (UTC)
      • Symbol oppose vote The waste is harming the world's entire population and not only people from developing countries. 11:32, January 24, 2014 (UTC)Julia