Coronavirus and Environmentalism: A Floridian Perspective

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During the coronavirus pandemic, it’s logical that many people are choosing to take care of themselves. The more social distancing and quarantine rules that are followed, the quicker the beaches can be enjoyed to their fullest and the more nature parks will be opened. Sadly, when these rules have been relaxed, many people have taken advantage of the outdoors that they so wanted to experience…

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Jonathan Scott Griffin

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Independent author and freelance writer who is working on getting a book published.

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