Event: Conserving Land & Sea in Florida

On June 30, US Tech Future hosted a discussion on Florida’s ecosystem which includes some of the rarest habitats and species in the world – both on land and in the water. The panel discussed how cutting edge efforts are being used to protect Florida’s ecosystem and the role of technology in supporting those efforts. Panelists included Traci Deen, CEO, Conservation Florida; Dr. Debborah Luke, Senior Vice President of Conservation, The Florida Aquarium; and Verizon’s Courtney Barnard.

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