About the course
"Look at the surprising correlation between the early lockdowns of the Covid-19 pandemic and the revitalization of some aquatic ecosystems. Examine and assess how these results could be achieved without such restriction on human activity.
Dive into the expansive effects of water pollution and the steps humans can take to improve the infrastructure of our water resources."
Water Filtration Experiment Part 4
Students will be asked to recall the early lockdowns of the pandemic, and to develop a hypothesis as to what effects the limited human activities coul
Covid and Coastal Ecosystems
Students will learn of evidence backed improvements to shoreline ecosystems at popular tourist beaches in Ecuador, caused by decreased human activity
Covid and Air pollution
Students will learn how the early pandemic’s restrictions on human travel allowed for a brief respite from air pollution.
Covid and Plastic pollution
Learn how an uptick in the use of single-use plastics during the pandemic has caused calamity for ocean ecosystems as the pandemic has das dragged on.
A plastic water bottle, preferably 1 liter or larger, scissors, a sharp pen or a pin, a container of dirty water, a coffee filter.
Payton is a composer and orchestrator who recently graduated with High Honors in music from Wesleyan University. His passion for environmental advocacy, education, and activism is spurred by a love of nature and burning hate for climate change denialism.
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