4 Ways to Impact Environmental Conservation

According to the United Nations, damages from climate-related natural disasters cost about $155 billion in 2018 alone. A cost that is too high for Florida Virtual School teachers and students like Delaney, so they are actively working to reduce it by participating in conservation efforts that reduce human impact on the environment.

In honor of the launch of our new high school course, Environmental Science (developed in partnership with the Guy Harvey Ocean Foundation), we’re sharing several ways you can aid environmental conservation and make a long-lasting difference in our planet’s ecosystem.

Ready to help build a brighter and more sustainable future? Here are four tips to get you started from Dr. Guy Harvey, Founder of the Guy Harvey Ocean Foundation and renowned conservationist, and Ms. Katherine Allen, an Environmental Science teacher at FLVS.

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