Bulletin [22.8.18] August 22, 2018 HOW TO DEAL WITH A CLIMATE CHANGE DENIER Another plastic bag free shop this morning (much more food than this!). The hardest part is getting the sales staff to put the fish, meat, poultry into the reusable boxes and weighing it! Having to be patient as I explain how to work their scales to deduct the weight of the box, not to put a plastic bag in the box etc. Plus then I feel embarrassed that I am being a nuisance! If more people start to do this then hopefully it will get easier & become the norm. Thanks for inspiration to so many people @boomerangbags @zerowastehome @lucky__roland and many more including my very own @bush_pig101 & @recycoolmanly #plasticfree #onepersonatatime #testing #fortestingrecipes A post shared by Sally Parker (@sallyparkerfoodstylist) on Apr 20, 2018 at 3:31pm PDT 1. Australia's wealthiest people are telling off the federal government for ignoring it's legislative potential to create sustainability regulation for economic development.2. Policy regarding compulsory high school sport is apparently as important as liberating Victorian citizens from reliance on fossil fuels.3. Local and state governments are overcoming federal parliamentary nonsense by endorsing private sector investment in renewable energy generation.4. Footage of waves breaking ashore in the Philippines covered in a thick layer of garbage has broken the internet.