When I use the word we I mean everybody and the answer is definitely YES
Although many improvement might be small they can add up to a lot. The Famous David Attenborough is a legend in many of his forward thinking suggestions for the future but at a more base level even in the home we can progress to make a difference. My local council here in Hampshire, England has inferred that they may just scrap the plastics scheme as it is to expensive to recycle. If every council turned around and suggested the same thing what a total nightmare for the future. Already we talk about plastics in the food chain but why can we not use them for building the non essentials like park walls / pavements / non development building blocks / slabs - we have the intelligence in this country and others not to just waste or landfill our waste so why not use it.
Development cost is always an issue but if it saves the planet we live in and stops polluting the seas and the air we breathe is it not worth it.
A challenge would be to take your plastics from a dustbin - shred it and think of ways to put this back as a useful innovation. Yes I know some plastics are use in coats and playgrounds but there needs to be more ideas that work to save our planet. Be strong and push your ideas forward