Protecting the Environment - Jupiter
Protecting the environment, climate change, and sharing knowledge is a fundamental objective of the VoLo Foundation. Jupiter residents David S. Vogel and Thais Lopez Vogel started VoLo in 2014. They embraced the belief that because they could help others, they should. They also share a passion for developing and sharing knowledge through facts and data as an impetus for positive change.
Rethink the future with the latest traveling exhibition, Earth Matters! Presented by VoLo Foundation, this thought-provoking, and interactive exhibit takes visitors on an inspirational journey through five immersive zones that teach curious minds the importance of creating a sustainable future in a fun and engaging way. Solve complex challenges, push your ideas to new heights, and discover how the smallest of actions can have a substantial impact on the world around you.
VoLo Foundation (VoLo) is a private, non-operating foundation in Jupiter. VoLo believes in developing knowledge and sharing information that has the potential to create global impact. Through original research and analysis, and in collaboration with philanthropic and academic partners, VoLo aims to enrich the lives of individuals, strengthen communities, and educate future generations. Learn more and subscribe to VoLo Climate News at www.volofoundation.org.
The exhibit encourages guests to use critical thinking skills and inspires students to protect Earth’s most important natural assets to protect biodiversity. Each zone is designed to help visitors understand at-risk ecosystems, ways to renew declining habitats such as coral reefs, and how to implement changes right in your backyard.
Tickets can be purchased at the admission desk upon arrival. General Admission to the Science Center includes the Earth Matters exhibit. For more information, please contact VoLo Foundation.