Toxic Algae

Disappointments and small wins: the 2020 FL Legislature

Disappointments and small wins: the 2020 FL Legislature

This was the year. The one in which the Florida legislature was going to get serious about fixing the state’s toxic algae crisis. Actually, I said that last year, when Florida’s elected officials convened on the heels of a devastating 15 months of blue green algae and red tide fouling waterways on both the Gulf …

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Help protect people and wildlife from toxic algae blooms

Help protect people and wildlife from toxic algae blooms

Toxic algae is getting worse in Florida’s waterways, putting people, pets, and wildlife at risk. Now there’s a chance to protect public health and the environment from these dangerous outbreaks. Join with fellow Floridians in demanding that Florida Department of Environmental Protection (FDEP) protect environmental and human health by including limits on blue green algae …

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Supercharged by Pollution, Florida’s Toxic Algae Crisis Continues Unabated

[[GUEST BLOG]] You can see more of Julie Dermansky’s in-depth stories and photos on this crisis as well as other environmental issues at DeSmog Blog:https://www.desmogblog.com/user/julie-dermanskyByJulie Dermansky” August 16, 2018 15:57″Covering stuff up doesn’t make it go away,” said Lilly Womble, an 18-year-old on vacation on Florida’s Sanibel Island. The island is world renowned for its …

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