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Black communities all over America organize as one. The conservative communities of Idaho join hands with the conservative communities of Iowa and of Utah to form a conservative metacommunity. I do not see individuality/sm in both networks.. The heaviest rain will come across the Weston Park area late morning and hit Chelmsford later in the afternoon when showers will become more persistent.It will become increasingly windy for both areas with Chelmsford experiencing south south easterly winds initially between 10 15mph but increasing to a steady 20mph by the afternoon with potential gusts of 30 35mph.Temps across both sites will be close to 19C which is below average for this time of year. Due to the cloud and strong winds on Friday night the good news is that it won be too chilly for campers who will have a mild night with temperatures around 13/14C.Saturday August 20 It will be a brighter start to the day with sunshine and showers expected at both sites. Showers are expected to turn heavier in Staffs by the middle of the day and later on in Chelmsford which will have a windy day with fresh to strong south south westerly winds of 25mph pushing to gusts of 40mph by early afternoon.
“The plastic shopping bag ban and the container refund scheme provide the foundation to build other programs and initiatives. “The department is currently developing a Plastic Pollution Reduction Plan, the overall aim of which is to reduce the amount of plastic entering and in the environment.”July 13 2017 8:19AMPush for plastic straw ban in QueenslandThe group also recommended the phasing out of all disposable plastic straws, knives, forks, spoons, cups and plates, which should be replaced with biodegradable and worm friendly organic alternatives, such as starch.Ms Glennie said the group organised clean ups on Teewah Beach twice a year and removed two to three tonnes of rubbish each time.”It is usually mostly plastic,” she said.”I don’t like having to cut fishing tackle from pelicans or releasing small fish trapped inside plastic Coca Cola bottles.”The Surfriders group said plastic takeaway food containers should not used and people should BYO containers or use compostable products, and plastic coffee cups should also be phased out.Norman Creek Catchment Co ordinating Committee member Ray Ison agreed bait bags and helium balloons should be included in the legislation.”Bait bags are by their very nature are used on or close to water and invariably they finish up in the water,” he said.The Wildlife Preservation Society of Queensland said deliberately releasing helium balloons should be stopped, as they accounted for more than 70 per cent of plastic found inside dead turtles in Moreton Bay.The society said bait bags should be banned and reusable containers used instead.It said Queenslanders needed to change their habits with disposable plastics, such as plastic film and wrappers, food trays, cups and plates.The Wide Bay Burnett Environment Council’s Mike Moller supported a ban on bait bags and deliberately releasing helium balloons.”Banning plastic bags is just the first step in reducing plastic litter,” Mr Moller wrote.”The government should establish a plastic reduction taskforce to identify other problematic, single use and disposable plastic items (ie coffee cups, polystyrene, straws, takeaway containers. And water bottles) for future policy action.”That position was also supported by the Boomerang Alliance, Greenpeace and Queensland Conservation Council.The Sunshine Coast Environment Council said Queensland could ban plastic and polystyrene packing of fresh food and vegetables, bait bags and helium balloon releases..