Waste not want not: Applying an old adage to the modern issue of pharmaceutical waste
Singleton, Judith Ann & Nissen, Lisa Monique (2015) Waste not want not: Applying an old adage to the modern issue of pharmaceutical waste. International Journal of Pharmacy Practice, 23(4), pp. 305-306.
Our predecessors taught us, ‘waste not, want not’ – if we did not waste anything we would always have enough. Unfortunately, we did not heed their sage advice. Over the last three centuries, human kind’s wastefulness, or lack of respect for the finite resources of this planet, has contributed to climate change and negatively impacted on ‘ecosystem services’ with a significant, irreversible loss of biodiversity...
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