Teenagers play an integral part in the awareness campaign about climate change and students of the Clarence Fitzroy Bryant College (CFBC) taken the lead in the campaign.
The topic was the major discussion point as part of the institution’s Environmental Week’s activities.
Dr. Marcus Natta was invited by the student body to provide further insight on the effects of climate change its effects on our islands, the dangers of single-use plastics, marine litter, waste management, and how to effect attitudinal and behavioral changes as it relates to protecting our natural environment.
Dr. Natta also took the opportunity to challenge the students to lobby for “green campus.”
Dr. Natta expressed his delight at the opportunity the CFBC gave him to be a player in the environmental protection movement.