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While the COVID-19 lockdown has led to a reduction in fuel emissions with fewer cars on the road, local health protocols have increased the use of plastics.
Plastic Free Cayman has welcomed planned recommendation for legislation banning certain single-use plastic items effective January 2021.
Local environmental groups have expressed disappointment over the cancellation of the second meeting of the government-initiated single-use plastic steering committee and the absence of...
Cayman pirates are taking a stand against plastic. The Pirates Week Festival and Plastic Free Cayman are partnering for the second year for the Pirates...
I have been visiting George Town for approximately 20 years. In the beginning, recycling was not an option. It always felt odd to throw so many items in the garbage.
Full-time government beautification and cleanup crews would be able to keep Cayman’s persistent trash problems in check, yielding a pristine environment to be enjoyed by Cayman’s residents and visitors, alike