Conservation During COVID-19
Updated: May 14, 2020
The Coronavirus has affected all of us differently and we've all undoubtedly experienced some changes these past few months. Protecting our health and our environment is more important now than ever.
Several studies have shown that areas with higher pollution levels have a higher risk of being impacted by the pandemic. Read: more pollution = greater health risks. To protect ourselves in the future, we must continue to practice sustainable habits. Yes, we must follow public health guidelines, but that does not mean we have to throw our green habits out the window. See below for how you can stay committed to conservation during the Coronavirus.