Just one microscopic plastic fiber can have catastrophic effects. One, this plankton can be eaten and the plastic will make its way all the way up the food chain to us. Or two, the plankton will die because its digestive system is now fully blocked. Imagine the devastation of a mass loss of plankton, the base level of the entire ocean food chain. ... See MoreSee Less
Look at all the straws and plastic bags in this pie chart that represents the litter picked up on beaches! Along with bottles, almost 75% of this litter is single-use plastic items that none of us need to use! Can you take a step to say no to plastic bags, bottles, and straws?In this brief video, UN Environment launches the #CleanSeas global campaign on a beach in Bali, Indonesia. Field production: Shawn Heinrichs Music Courtesy: ... ... See MoreSee Less
The City of Sedona will hold a free Electronics Recycling Drop-Off day on Saturday, March 25, from 8 a.m. to noon in the Sedona City Hall parking lot, 102 Roadrunner Dr. The event is open to all area residents for residential waste only. No business waste will be accepted.
The drop-off is the place to get rid of obsolete gadgets and unwanted electronic devices in an environmentally responsible way. There is no charge for drop-off. Residents who can’t make the March 25 date can take advantage of early drop beginning Monday, March 20, in the City Hall parking lot. For more information call 928-203-5031. ... See MoreSee Less