As we celebrate this 5th anniversary of Keep Grand Bahama Clean's existence the importance of environmental stewardship and action instead of inaction must be internalized. Throughout the month the community will have the opportunity to read the sincere view-points of our future leaders, on why it is so important to Keep Grand Bahama Clean.
Here are the view-points of three high school students in Freeport: Katrina Dorsett, Breann Bannister, and Carlos Smith. TheBahamasWeekly.com will be presenting more student viewpoints over the coming days.
"One would think that keeping a nation clean would be the responsibility of those that are paid to do so. However, this could not be further from the truth. Employees of sanitation services are employed to help keep our country clean not be the only option..."