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Our environmental challenge isn't an ocean of plastic. It's not streets and neighbourhoods festooned with wind-blown plastic bags. It's climate change, global warming. If you want to do something that's more than just symbolic why not take aim at, for instance, all those retail shops throughout the village that keep their doors open all winter long, lest some braindead potential shopper mistake them for closed? What's the GHG effect of heating the outside air?
Or if you don't feel the stones to take on retail, how about all those patio heaters I see running when no one's sitting under them?
Really girls and boys, you've been doing a wonderful job. Why let yourself get sidetracked on some meaningless Quixotic misadventure now? Are you bored? Lost interest in some of the bigger challenges? Already figured out a way to get our reserves back up? Solved the Alta Lake Road sewer challenge in a way that won't bankrupt the people living there? Developed guidelines so the FE&A funding process decisions and reasons therefore can see the light of day instead of being Star Chamber opaque?
Please get back to the real work still undone. Thank you.
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