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151130-a

In Paris, Secretary Jewell reports on actions underway to combat climate change in National Parks

InvestorIdeas.com

151130-b

South Florida officials get ally in fight against effects of climate change

Palm Beach Post

151130-c

Warmer ocean water breeds health risks

ABC-7.com

131129-

Our excesses are destroying the environment

Ocala.com

151128-

Counties oppose bills to pre-empt fracking bans

Tallahas.Democrat

151127-a

Amendment 1 intent clear to all, but the Legislature

CitrusCntyChronicle

151127-b

Asian invader wiping out Florida OJ crop

Bloomberg

151127-c

DEP deputy administrator may lack environmental experience, but is an expert in hunting

Tampa Bay Times

151126-a

Florida considers a bill that would regulate fracking, but preempt and overturn local bans

FSRN.org

151126-b

Why the Paris accords matter to Florida

News-Press.com

151125-a

Feds set boat fees for Everglades National Park

KeysNet.com

151125-b

Gilchrist County and SRWMD work to restore Hart Springs

Florida Water Daily

151125-c

Orlando residents battle developers over industrial project that could impact wetland property

Orlando Weekly

151124-a

Environmentalists say Scott budget doesn't go far enough

BizJournals.com

151124-b

Some slippery ciphering on new state budget

St.Augustine Record

151124-c

Unwanted chicken farm prompts land regulation, environmental concerns

WUFT.org

151123-a

Another View: Sunshine State government still in dark

TCPlam.com

151123-b

Everglades restoration would get bump under budget proposal

Naples Daily News

151123-c

Murphy hails groundbraking of C-44 Indian River Lagoon South reservoir

RealEstateRama.com

151122-

Council members consider next move after stormwater assessment fails

TBO.com

151121-a

An old Florida way of life shrinks in the swamps of the Everglades

NaplesNews.com

151121-b

Red tide killed millions of fish near Sanibel Island

The Monitor Daily

151120-a

Corps breaks ground on reservoir for Everglades project

USACE

151120-b

Patrick Murphy heralds new reservoir for ailing Indian River Lagoon

SaintPetersBlog

151120-c

The Everglades: Land of the Miccosukee

Palm Beach Post

151119-a

Erosion, rising sea threaten tourism

FIUSM.com

151119-b

South Florida flooding will make Katrina conditions ‘a walk in the park’

Westside Gazette

151118-a

Agriculture pollution far outweighs septic tanks’ damage to our waterways

TCPalm.com

151118-b

Don't ignore environmental, economic significance of the Keys

Keysnet.com

151118-c

Florida flood preparations slammed in national report

Sun Sentinel

151118-d

Long-awaited water policy bill passes House Ag. budget committee

Florida Politics

151117-a

9 Investigates water district's permit for huge cattle operation

WFTV.com

151117-b

Team reports on coastal ocean response to global warming acceleration and hiatus

Phys.org

151117-c

The shell game of politics and water quality

Naples News

151116-

'Sick' Idea: Septic tanks used to control growth

Sunshine State News

151115-a

Climate change could wreck natural water supplies affecting billions, study claims

STGIST.com

151115-b

Lakeside Ranch is already benefiting Lake Okeechobee, greater ecosystem

SFWMD News Release

151115-c

New Swiftmud water plan reflects advances in conservation

The Ledger

151115-d

Support strengthens to stop oil and gas development to keep Florida’s Everglades wild

DesmogBlog.com

151114-a

Florida’s most deadly hurricane broke dikes

Tallahassee Democrat

151114-b

OK, Mr. Antonacci, show us what you’ve got; help save our lagoon

TCPalm.com

151114-c

Planning in a changing water environment a challenge

The Ledger

151113-a

Big Sugar and Corporate Welfare: Finally in the political spotlights ?

Huffington Post

151113-b

Commissioner Putnam Appoints Steve Dwinell as Director of Office of Agricultural Water Policy

SouthEastAgNet.com

151113-c

More red tide found in water samples alongshore Pinellas

TBNweekly.com

151113-d

Ramifications of symbolic fracking ban

TBO.com

151113-e

Septic tanks ID'd as bad guy 10 years ago

Sunshine State News

151113-f

SFWMD awards Everglades restoration project contracts

Florida Water Daily

151112-a

Answering the alarm bells in Florida Bay

Miami Herald

151112-b

EPA and partners launch challenge to recycle nutrients from livestock waste

EPA News Release

151111-a

ORCA: Algae in canals causes pollution in estuaries

TCPlam.com

151111-b

Scientists tracing algae in local canals

WPTV.com

151111-c

South Dade landfill wants to expand on wetlands slated for Everglades restoration

Miami Herald

151111-d

St. Johns River water managers approve Central Florida Water Supply Plan

WGCU.org

151111-e

What do you need to know about El Nino

Curbed. Com

151110-

Florida Cabinet approves list of conservation lands that includes 4 Treasure Coast ranches

TCPalm.com

151109-a

New artificial material mimics photosynthesis to create clean, self-sustaining energy source

ScienceAlert.com

151109-b

Property owner disputes ‘dead zone’ finding

DurangoHerald.com

151108-a

A rising tide

NewRepublic.com

151108-b

Lawmakers duped voters, but courts could right wrongs with respect to Amendment 1

TCPalm.com

151107-a

Thumb down: Florida House committee approves controversial ‘fracking’ bill

TCPalm.com

151107-b

Water districts face decision on initiative

St.Augustine Record

151106-a

Increase use of treated Collier wastewater for irrigation could spare precious drinking water

Naples Daily News

151106-b

The Everglades Coalition comes out in support of Floridians for Solar Choice amendment

Floridapolirics.com

151105-a

Florida GOP politician warns sea-level rise is "Speculation or personal opinion"

MiamiNewTimes.com

151105-b

Gravestone epitaph of Florida's dismantled natural resource management - "Science-based"

SWFWMD Matters

151105-c

LOL: Rick Scott honored for conservation

BrowardPalmBeach.com

151105-d

Sea could rise more than 6 feet by 2100: Report

Sun Sentinel

151104-a

Florida Senate Committee advances statewide policy for water and natural resources

Sunshine State News

151104-b

Florida struggles to find balance on water preservation policy

Herald/Time

151104-c

How to profit from global warming

DothanFirst.com

151104-d

Industry-backed fracking bill clears Florida House Panel

WJCT.org

151104-e

Senate backs resolution to get rid of EPA clean water rules

Associated Press

151103-a

FDACS, DEP say best management practices are working, reducing ‘Glades pollution

FloridaPolitica.com

151103-b

Slow-motion disaster: New York prepares for up to six feet of sea level rise

AlterNet.org

151102-a

Corps awards contract for C-111 South Dade project

US-ACE

151102-b

Cracking the problem of river growth

ScienceBlog.com

151102-c

Hydrilla targeted in Kissimmee chain of lakes

WMFE.org

151102-d

Red tide confirmed in Lee County, Collier still clear

Naples Daily News

151102-e

Water wars update

LakesideNews.com

151101-a

November is manatee awareness month: Learn the dangers they encounter

HNGN.com

151101-b

Putnam protects Big Ag more than water

Ocala.com

yymmdd-    
upward
NOVEMBER 2015         upward
upward
     
     

A storm of citizen
protest and eco-political
activity brewed in the
past year:

DAMAGING
FRESHWATER
WASTING



LO water release

Outstanding Question:

WHY NOT "Move it South" ?

Meaning "dirty" water from Lake Okeechobee - and instead of disastrous releases into the St. Lucie and Caloosahatchee Rivers, move it where it used to flow - South.

Is it possible ? Would the bridge on US-41 do the trick ?

CLICK HERE
for the ANSWER

Timeless :    


Click for milestone REPORT :
EF
WHO Pollutes ?   WHO Pays ?
    "Enterprise Assessment for the Reduction of Nutrient
      Pollution in South Florida Waters
"
(by RTI International)
EF
     
upward
OCTOBER 2015         upward
upward
October end :    

151031-a

New Everglades National Park plan now in effect but regulatory changes will be slow in coming

KeysNet.com

151031-b

Seeking justice on Amendment 1

TBO.com

151031-c

Thumb up: Survey shows water is Floridians’ top environmental concern

TCPalm.com

151030-a

Bush right to renounce sugar subsidies

TampaBay.com

151030-b

Everglades General Management Plan, Eastern Everglades Wilderness Study get final approval

NPT.com

151030-c

Red tide detected in and alongshore Pinellas County

TBNweekly.com

151030-d

Reporter looks back at 25 years of covering environment

News-Press.com

151030-e

South Florida’s rising sea delusions seem awfully wet, deep and scary

Miami Herald

151029-a

Army Corps: Work on C-44 reservoir to begin in November

TCPalm.com

151029-b

Environmental groups: No fracking way

News-Press.com

151029-c

King tide and other Florida environmental news

Bocamag.com

151029-d

Water policy:  Rising tide of interstate battles could swamp Supreme Court

EEnews.net

151028-a

County Commission raises environmental concern over Plum Creek project

WUFT.org

151028-b

Effective advocacy needed for Everglades restoration

FIU News

151028-c

President Obama to visit Florida Everglades on Wednesday

Naples Daily News

151028-d

Protecting the Sacred Land and Water of the Everglades

EarthIsland.org

151027-a

Gov. Scott to pledge billions for Everglades restoration

Naples Daily News

151027-b

King tides washing into flood-prone South Florida areas

Associated Press

151026-a

Florida survey finds widespread water concerns

Sun Sentinel

151026-b

Tampa Bay calls out Rubio on climate change

LiberationNews.com

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