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Fracking bill passes Florida House over fierce Democratic opposition

April 27, 2015 . The Florida House passed its own hydraulic oil fracturing bill on Monday, saying it would provide a framework to regulate the burgeoning industry while Democrats fiercely denounced the proposed law, saying it put out the welcome mat for fracking in environmental sensitive areas such as the Big Cypress Preserve. The bill […]

Why Choose an Earth-friendly Diet?

The Center for Biological Diversity's Take Extinction Off Your Plate Project In a world with more than 7 billion people — and growing — the toll on wildlife is impossible to ignore. Animals and plants are being driven to extinction at unprecedented rates by habitat loss, pollution and climate change. Most scientists believe we’re in […]

March 28, 2013
Will Manatees Soon Be Extinct?

by Jo Singer. Published March 26, 2013. Manatees are large slow-moving aquatic mammals distantly related to elephants. Florida manatees make their home in the state’s warm coastal waters and avoid waters less than 68 degrees. These gentle giants are also referred to as “sea cows” and are Florida’s State Marine mammals. In the warmer weather, […]

June 27, 2012
NRDC ‘s 2012 Testing the Waters:A Guide to Water Quality at Vacation Beaches

The NRDC has released there 2012 beach report. It found that “Our nation’s beaches continue to experience significant water pollution that hurts local economies and puts the health of beachgoers and swimmers at risk.” Read the report now at