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160630-a

Florida’s polluted water is now reaching into Georgia

SciTechNation.com

160630-b

The real algae bloom crisis

TampaBay.com

160630-c

Toxic algae will remain after die-off until dredging

CBS12.com

160630-d

US Senator Bill Nelson tours St Lucie River

WFLX.com

160630-e

Who’s to blame for algae mess? Experts say urban growth, not Lake O

Palm Beach Post

160629-a

Lake releases not likely to change, despite east coast request to close Herbert HooverDike

News-Press.com

160629-b

Neon-green algae draws outcry from commissioner, senator

Sun Sentinel

160629-c

Residents beg state, federal agencies to fix Lake Okeechobee discharge problems

WPBF.com

160629-d

Upset residents attend South Florida Water Management District meeting

WPTV.com

160628-a

Blue-green algae forces beaches to close in Martin County

WPBF.com

160628-b

Florida Governor Rick Scott aware of algae problems, blames feds

WPTV.com

160628-c

SFWMD board is ‘continually evaluating the best options’ for storing water

TCPalm.com

160627-a

Don’t dismiss dangers of algae in our waterways

TCPlam.com

160627-b

Make sure your preferred candidates are not part of the problem

TCPalm.com

160627-c

SWFL’s top priority

News-Press.com

160627-d

Why farmland south of Lake Okeechobee contribute to problem

Naples Daily News

160626-

Algae alerts now in Martin and St. Lucie counties

TCPalm.com

160625-

Bittersweet water quality

Naples Daily News

160624-a

After 93 years of state-sponsored pollution, our estuaries are besieged again

TCPalm.com

160624-b

Attention Coastal Living editors — toxic algae has fouled 'America’s Happiest Seaside Town'

TCPalm.com

160623-a

Blue-green algae spotted in Lake Worth Lagoon

WFLX.com

160623-b

Water quality subject of summit

North Fort Myers Neighbor

160622-a

Beware of the cry for more state land buying

Sanibel-Captiva Islander

160622-b

Ignoring this threat could cost the world billions of dollars

Business Insider

160622-c

Seas rising but Florida keeps building on the coast

Scientific American

160622-d

Value of farming

News-Press.com

160621-a

Obama calls out Do Nothing Congress on climate change

Gas2.org

160621-b

Public Meeting on Watershed Management Plan is Thursday

Bradenton Times

160621-c

The Everglades are rapidly disappearing due to salt water rise – You can help with one choice

OneGreenPlanet.org

160620-a

Arthur R. Marshall Foundation and The Everglades Foundation reception

Sun Sentinel

160620-b

Coral bleaching event now biggest in history – and about to get worse

The Guardian

160620-c

FPL ordered to fix Turkey Point plant’s salty plume

Palm Beach Post

160620-d

Green algae blooms spotted in multiple locations

WFLX.com

160620-e

Roadblocks to restoring the Everglades

EarthIsland.org

160619-

Florida Crystals names corporate sustainability chief

Palm Beach Daily News

160618-

Obama says climate change already damaging national parks

Associated Press

160617-a

Positive turnabout: Indian River Lagoon solutions finally got a look

Sunshine State News

160617-b

UM climatologist: No quick fix for sea level rise in South Florida

WLRN.org

160617-c

Will Florida Bay survive the summer ?

Miami Herald

160616-a

A big pot of award money for tackling a global menace to fresh water

AuthorInsidePhilantrophy.com

160616-b

Everglades protection must prevail against sugar industry

Naples Daily News

160616-c

Miami business leaders tackle region’s biggest challenges

Miami Herald

160615-a

Dozen millions fish died in Sanibel Coast

Albany Daily Star

160615-b

Teams search for toddler snatched by alligator at Florida Disney resort

Reuters

160614-a

Clean water

Naples Daily News

160614-b

Don't take away our refuge

Sun Sentinel

160614-c

'Environmentalist' isn't a four-letter word

Sun Sentinel

160613-a

County delves into water issues

KeysNews.com

160613-b

Miami family one step closer to getting oil-drilling permits for Everglades

WLRN.org

160612-a

Midwest States target algae blooms in waterways

Wall Street Journal

160612-b

State nearing decision on Everglades oil well

TheRealDeal.com

160611-a

Florida's water history changes dramatically

News-Press.com

160611-b

In a corner of the Everglades, a way of life ebbs

NYTimes.com

160611-c

View of Florida's water from 1,000 feet

News-Press.com

160610-a

Controversial Everglades oil well plan moving forward

Sun-Sentinel

160610-b

Effort to halt Lake O discharges requires a commitment to bold change

TCPalm.com

160610-c

Environmental critics muddy waters with misinformation

Palm Beach Post

160610-d

Getting the water right should be priority

News-Press.com

160610-e

Graham urges DEP to rethink water pollution limits

Tallahassee Democrat

160610-f

Grassroots environmentalist to speak at TLNC

TriangleNewsLeader

160610-g

Groundhog Day at SFWMD

Sunshine State News

160610-h

Nuisance flooding from sea level rise up 50 percent last year

Palm Beach Post

160610-i

Seagrass die-off can’t be stopped

KeysNet.com

160609-a

Everglades Coalition not being truthful in U.S. Sugar ad critique

Naples Daily News

160609-b

Let’s set record straight on ‘discharge’ issue

TCPalm.com

160609-c

Rep. calls for state investigation of St. Pete sewage problems

WTSP.com

160609-d

Testy water meeting crowd: 'stop lying to us'

News-Press.com

160608-a

City of St. Petersburg discharging partially treated wastewater into Tampa Bay

TB Reporter.com

160608-b

Create the 51st state of South Florida?

Miami Herald

160608-c

Florida Bay advocates seek bigger voice

KeysNews.com

160608-d

It's summer, and here comes the slime

Miami Herald

160608-e

Rick Scott puts Band-Aid on environmental wounds

Florida Politics

160608-f

State Sen. Lizbeth Benacquisto asks water district to consider Lake O water storage options

Naples Daily News

160608-g

Study of sea level rise impact on Collier supported, but what about the money ?

Naples Daily News

160608-h

Time for a change

Island Reporter

160608-i

'Tis the season for that green, slimy stuff in the water

NWF Daily News

160607-a

Contract awarded for next stretch of bridge on Tamiami Trail

NationalParksTraveler.com

160607-b

Legislators, state need plan to store water

News-Press.com

160606-a

Environmental groups involved in Amendment 1 lawsuit request expediency from court

The Bradenton Times

160606-b

Environmentalists blow whistle on state proposal to allow more toxins in state waters

FloridaBulldog.org

160606-c

Everglades, Lake Okeechobee are political pawns

Palm Beach Post

160606-d

Planning delay at state level bodes ill for Treasure Coast’s water problems

TCPlam.com

160606-e

State of emergency declared as Tropical Storm Colin approaches Gulf coast

Sun Sentinel

160606-f

UA researchers receive NSF grant to study Everglades’ greenhouse gases

UA News

160605-

Climate change talks spark hope for South Florida

FIUSM.com

160604-a

Politicians should stop amending the wishes of the majority of voters

Naples Daily News

160604-b

Tri-county planning board meets in Key Largo, drinking-water quality at the top of the list of issues

Keynoter.com

160603-a

Everglades National Park: 'The Liquid Heart of Florida'

Voice of America

160603-b

Guess what West Palm politician is back in the fight for Everglades?

Palm Beach Post

160603-c

Heavy rains mixed blessing for wading birds

Sun Sentinel

160603-d

Ocean swim advisory issued in Daytona Beach over bacteria levels

News4jax.com

160602-a

3 power brokers you should contact about the Indian River Lagoon

TCPalm.com

160602-b

Oil drilling and wetlands don’t mix—especially in Big Cypress

NRDC.org

160602-c

Tampa to study 'toilet-to-tap' water project

Tampa Bay Times

160601-a

Florida gov. noncommittal on water storage efforts to cut Lake Okeechobee discharges

KitsUpSun.com

160601-b

Legacy Florida bill commits money, effort, to stopping water pollution

Naples Herald

160601-c

NRC Turkey Point environmental report was deficient, judges say, but…

Palm Beach Post

160601-d

Totally ban fracking in Florida

News-Press.com

160601-e

DEP'S daily update on Lake Okeechobee

FL-DEP News

yymmdd-    
upward
JUNE 2016         upward
upward
     
     

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

DAMAGING
FRESHWATER
WASTING



LO water release

Don't give up !
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
MAY 2016         upward
upward
May end :    

160531-a

Alligators found eating human remains in Florida Everglades, police say

Washington Post

160531-b

Florida - Say it ain’t so Governor Scott

Huffington Post

160531-c

Gov. Scott balks at prioritizing reservoir south of Lake Okeechobee

Sun Sentinel

160531-d

Gov. Scott comes to Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary to sign Legacy Florida bill to restore Everglades

Naples Daily News

160531-e

Scott's wacky take on the environment

Jacksonville.com

160531-f

State to test algae blooms on Treasure Coast

WFLC.com

160530-

Restoring the Everglades will benefit both humans and nature

EconoTimes.com

160529-a

Foundations to continue John Marshall legacy

P.Beach Daily News

160529-b

Scott says mega-building is generating dollars that help Florida fight environmental problems

Palm Beach Post

160528-

As hurricane season nears, state looks strong

Herald Tribune

160527-a

Tainted water releases likely to continue even after Lake Okeechobee dike is refurbished

Florida Bulldog.org

160527-b

U.S. Sugar ad ignores missing piece of the puzzle

News-Press.com

160526-a

Controversial Lake O flushing to increase as dike concerns grow with rainy season

Miami Herald

160526-b

Fight over sewage-sludge dumping averted in Palm Beach County

Sun Sentinel

160526-c

How to end the cycle of destruction in our estuaries

TCPalm.com

160526-d

Lake-O-nomics: How polluted water could put a damper on Florida’s tourism boom

CLTampa.com

160526-e

Murphy applaudes House Committee passage of water bill authorizing

RealEstateRama

160526-f

With storm on horizon, Lake O is at a high point

Palm Beach Post

160525-a

Farmers work to conserve water

Miami Herald

160525-b

Plan to cut Lake O discharges in pipeline, incoming Senate President Joe Negron vows

TCPalm.com

160525-c

Rising seas push too much salt into the Florida Everglades

NPR.org

160524-a

Angry about Florida's ruined waters, fishermen unite against Big Sugar

Miami New Times

160524-b

Florida Frontiers: Florida's geology shaped over time

WTSP.com

160524-c

U.S. Sugar will honor commitment to find solution to Lake Okeechobee discharges

TCPalm.com

160427-c

Judah addresses Matlacha Civic Association

Pine Island Eagle

MAY 2016     -  -     (CLICK here for MAY 2016 separate continuation)
     
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