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Guest Blog: Rethink Florida’s 2017 Session Outlook

This guest blog was originally published by Rethink Energy Florida on their blog. Check out their site here. Florida’s 2017 Legislative Session begins March 7th at noon, and we are feeling quite optimistic about it! ReThink Energy Florida is better-prepared than ever to see our legislative agenda move, especially on the important issue of fracking …

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Stormy Seas, Rising Risks: Why Corporate Disclosure Matters

This guest blog was written by Christina Carlson, Policy Research Assistant with the Union of Concerned Scientists. Ten miles outside New Orleans stands a two-million barrels per day oil refinery, surrounded by community streets in Meraux, Louisiana. When Hurricane Katrina made landfall, the Meraux oil refinery flooded. Damaged tanks spilled 25,000 barrels of oil, covering …

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Mike Tidwell at Octavia Books

This a guest post from our friends at Octavia Books, who are partnering with us to host Mike Tidwell for an upcoming presentation and book signing. In partnership with the Gulf Restoration Network, we’ll welcome Mike Tidewell when he returns to Octavia Books on October 20, 2014, 6:00 P.M. to celebrate the eleventh anniversary of …

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Gulf’s Only Great Whale in Trouble

Under the definition of “in harm’s way,” there should be a photo of the Gulf of Mexico Bryde’s (pronounced BROO-dus) whale.This forty-foot whale cousin to blues and humpbacks, and the only great whale known to reside in the Gulf is in desperate straits. The population numbers fewer than 50 individuals according to the government’s best …

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