Sabrina Russo

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Sabrina Russo is the Managing Editor of the Plastic Free Times. She graduated from the University of St Andrews, Scotland with a MA Hons in Social Anthropology, and is currently working towards her Masters (MSc) in Material, Visual, and Museum Anthropology at the University of Oxford. Her interest in conservation began through a four year volunteering position with the Monterey Bay Aquarium, as a Guest Interpreter, and she has been working to bridge the gap between science and the public ever since. She has worked as an Outreach Coordinator for the Plastic Pollution Coalition, and has contributed to the marketing of Sea Studios Foundation's "Strange Days on Planet Earth" through research identifying target audiences.


Posts by Sabrina Russo

August 22, 2013
The East Bay Express published an enlightening article on what it called the "dark side" of the coffee industry by highlighting a concerning trend that many coffee brewing...
August 19, 2013

Plastic bag bans have been on the rise in America as local governments have begun to respond to consumer concerns about single use plastic. Alongside increasing...

August 15, 2013

Creative students at Incline High School in Tahoe, California have been hard at work this summer creating a...

August 15, 2013

Crayola, a well known manufacturer of iconic crayons and markers, has recently partnered with the green energy...

August 15, 2013

A new study published two days ago in the journal Reproductive Toxicology has found that the United States Food and Drug Administration's methods of...

August 09, 2013

The Southern California town of San Diego is facing a growing challenge according to Deborah Sullivan Brennan of UT Times, who reports that recycling bins in the city are overflowing as...

August 07, 2013

The South African plastics industry and the African Department of Environmental Affairs crossed paths in June as they joined together for a summit on African marine debris, better known as plastic...

August 01, 2013

Chico county, California is resuming the push for its previously stalled plastic bag ban proposal in the wake of...

July 31, 2013

A study from Harvard University has determined that bisphenol A may be causing higher instances of birth defects and infertility. According to an article published by Stephen Reinberg of US News,...

July 30, 2013

Recently, the United States Food and Drug Administration has passed legislation which seem, on the outset, to be victories for consumer welfare. Bisphenol A, a now widely recognized endocrine...