Kelders gemeentehuis Zedelgem onder water : groene gordel als blauw veiligheidsthema


Blauwe Gordel Front kiest voor open ruimte voor water, natuur, mens & dier  : meer blauw in de velden van Loppem, Oostkamp, St. Michiels, Torhout & Ommeland !
BGF kiest voor blauwe gordel van waterveiligheid toen.
En nu ook ! Op het radio 2 middagnieuws was de burgemeester van Zedelgem aan het woord. Mie Vandekerckhove van de Vlaamse Milieumaatschappij meldde dat voor de Kerkebeek en de Rivierbeek in Loppem-Oostkamp-St. Michiels er nog gevaar was; maar alleen voor de om-liggende weides. Wat als daar een shopping-hoofdkwartieren-voetbalzone komt ?
GGF - on line community  biedt kans meningen te geven. Zij is echter geen boos noodlot zoals het vernielen van waterbuffergebieden. Meer behoud 'blauw' in de velden blauwe planeet nu !!
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Thanks for everything you're doing to help solve the climate crisis
- tell everyone your best tip!
Here are just a few of Meghan's tips:
- Buy more local food. Go to the farmers' market at least 2
- Using cloth napkins more. I have a big stack sitting in a drawer.
I'm bringing them out to use.
- Use the dryer less. I recently washed several rugs. Instead of
drying them, I hung them outside.
- Use less plastic bags.  I bring my own reusable bags to grocery
store.  I bought 4 of the 99 cent bags at Trader Joe's and I'm
keeping them in my car. They are great.
- Try to reduce packaging. Buy more bulk stuff, bring own bags.
- Buy less stuff, reduce amounts of "junk" plastic toys,
especially battery operated toys.
- Minimize use of batteries, use rechargeable batteries.
- Unplug stuff we're not using.
Read Meghan's entire posting:
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