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Florida Governor Announces Sweeping Changes in Water Policy

From: Trade Only Today

“Two days after taking office, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis has released a proposal to clean up Florida’s waters. The action items include more aggressive policies…

DeSantis Announces Sweeping Fixes Meant to Clean Up Florida Water Woes

From: Miami Herald

“DeSantis also ordered environmental enforcement moved from the state’s wildlife agency to the DEP. Under Scott, enforcement plummeted to its lowest in three decades…

More than 800 Florida Manatees Died in 2018

From: Dive Photo Guide

“How many more bad years can manatees endure before triggering an irreversible downward population spiral?” asked Jeff Ruch, Executive Director of Public Employees…

Manatee Deaths In 2018 Approach All-Time High

From: CBS 4 Miami

“As 2018 comes to a close, it’s been a bad year of Florida’s manatee population with the second highest number of deaths ever recorded. According to preliminary figures…

Bill Nelson, Rick Scott point fingers at each other about Florida's environmental woes

From: Florida Today

“According to Florida Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility, the state's Department of Environmental Protection opened some 1,600 investigations into…


News Releases

FEDS URGED TO TACKLE RAMPANT FLORIDA WATER POLLUTION

Lack of State Enforcement vs. City of Lynn Haven Triggers Intervention Petition

DISASTROUS 2018 BRINGS RECORD MANATEE DEATHS

In Less Than 2 Months, 154 Florida Manatees Perish, One-Third from Cold Stress

FLORIDA TREATS OIL COMPANIES WITH KID GLOVES IN SPILL CLEANUPS

Taxpayers Often Left Holding the Bag in Leaking Petroleum Storage Tank Program

ANOTHER LETHAL YEAR FOR FLORIDA PANTHERS IN 2017

Deaths Again Outstrip Litters with Heavy Toll on Females of Reproductive Age

500 MANATEE DEATHS IN 2017…AND COUNTING

Last Year’s Mortality Spike Already Topped Before December Cold Snaps