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090930-1

County Commissioners delay vote on allowing rock mining

SunSentinel

090930-2

EPA points to chemical threats, calls for expanded authority

Miami Herald

090930-3

Everglades reservoir halt leads to lawsuit

Palm Beach Post

090930-4

New nuclear reactors for South Miami-Dade ?

Miami Herald

090930-5

Shovels Ready to Break Down the "Asphalt Dam" and Restore Everglades Water

Public News

090930-6

The harsh reality of bottled water

Herald Tribune.com

090930-7

Town of Palm Beach Begs Residents: Stop Guzzling H2O

New Times

090929-1

Anticipating global warming, scientists are measuring the long-term effect of extra CO2 on marsh plants

Baltimore Sun

090929-2

Everglades to get water relief from $81 mln bridge

Reuters

090929-3

Faith Eidse: Students find that wetlands matter

Tallahassee.com

090929-4

Firm awarded Tamiami Trail bridge project

Miami Herald

090929-5

Ken Burns' Ode to the National Parks Airs on PBS

About.com: Documentaries

090929-6

Water and wastewater merger on tap for upcoming meeting

TCPALM

090929-7

EPA seeks to limit plane deicing chemical runoff

Palm Beach Post – Assoc.Press

090928-1

Avoid leaving waste for our local landfills -- create compost instead

The PalmBeach Post

090928-2

Canal built for rockets stands in path of Everglades renewal

Miami Herald

090928-3

Mining plan goes to County Commission, environmentalists raise concerns

SunSentinel

090928-4

Offshore drilling is not worth the risks to the Florida gulf coast

St Petersburg Times

090928-5

Tallahassee mulls drilling off Florida's Gulf Coast

SunSentinel Opinion

090928-6

What’s Wrong With the National Parks ?

The New York Times

090925-1

Everglades restoration dispute heads to Florida's high court

Palm Beach Post

090925-2

Florida among top 10 in dirtiest drinking water, reports state, but Treasure Coast utilities say local water safe

TCPALM

090925-3

Investment in Everglades restoration not wasted

Palm Beach Post Letters

090925-4

New Everglades monitoring system collects water levels

The Independent Florida Alligator

090925-5

Worried about water quality ?  Check it out yourself

SunSentinel

090924-1

Engineer: Water will be taken from rivers

OCALA

090924-2

Fighting pollution with cooperation

The Tampa Tribune

090924-3

Officials say local beaches are safe

The Facts.com

090924-4

Medard Reservoir sirens set for tests

The Tampa Tribune

090924-5

Polluted Lake Okeechobee getting dirtier

Broward Herald

090924-6

Sarasota County watching solar hot water test

Herald Tribune

090924-7

Water plant gets approval

SunSentinel

090923-1

DEP Encourages Energy and Water Conservation; Green Cleaning During P2 Week

WMBB 13

090923-2

District plans to protect Florida's investment in Everglades Restoration

SunSentinel

090923-3

Lake Okeechobee Pollution Levels Spike Out of Control

CommonDreams.org

090923-4

Lake Okeechobee pollution high

The Associated Press

090923-5

Palm Beach County pays Army Corps $175,000 to hasten permit process

Palm Beach Post

090922-1

Florida man in hospital after dangerous amoeba infection

Orlando Sentinel

090922-2

Water debate may come to head at workshop

The Gainesville Sun

090922-3

Water pollution ? Toxic tap? No excuses not to drink H2O

Orlando Sentinel

090922-4

Will tougher python species put its squeeze on Everglades ?

Sun Sentinel

090921-1

4 presumed dead in plane crash in Fla. Everglades

Associated Press

090921-2

Amoeba infection confirmed in Florida

United Press International

090921-3

Florida among the top ten states for dirty tap water

SunSentinel

090921-4

Local officials OK with nuclear power plants being built nearby

The North Florida HERALD

090921-5

MRSA not in Florida, but use caution at beaches

TampaBay

090921-6

Radium in water: Palm Beach County Health Department answers your water safety questions

Palm Beach Post

090921-7

Wildlife officials keeping eye on new pythons

The Associated Press

090918-1

Beware, the water police are out and about in Indian River County

TCPALM

090918-2

Blame the moon for flooded streets in South Florida

Miami Herald

090918-3

EPA gets busy

Miami Herald Editorial

090918-4

Halted reservoir construction leaves South Florida taxpayers with $280 million tab

South Florida Sun Sentinel

090918-5

New water-depth evaluation system will aid Everglades research, study shows

Physorg.com

090918-6

NOAA develops Great Lakes algal bloom forecasts

Chicago Tribune

090918-7

Planting Florida native plants is one way to reduce our carbon footprint

TampaBay

090917-1

Casuarina arrived in Florida

Teatro NATURALE

090917-2

County puts off storm water fee

Around Osceola

090917-3

Letter: Florida's program to stop spread of Burmese pythons showing positive results

TCPALM

090917-4

New water-depth evaluation system will aid Everglades research, UF study shows

University of Florida News

090916-1

County puts off storm water fee

Seminole Chronicle.com

090916-2

Environmental group grades cruise ships

Miami Herald

090916-3

Environmentalists say flood insurance program ignores endangered species

SunSentinel

090916-4

Second round of tests shows Acreage water safe

SunSentinel

090916-5

Year-long project aims to preserve coral in Miami-Dade waters

Miami Herald

090915-1

Carl Hiaasen: Yeah, Florida is shrinking. So?

Bradenton Herald

090915-2

County agency to conduct water conservation study

The Gainesville Sun

090915-3

Opponents of offshore drilling say lifting ban could have dire consequences

Tampa Bay 

090915-4

Residents on Naples Bay growing oysters to improve water quality

Naples News

090915-5

Will the Environmental Protection Agency Clamp Down on Runoff?

American Agriculturist

090914-1

Big Oil mixing money and politics in Tallahassee – Editorial

Miami Herald

090914-2

County will decide water trucks' fate

OCALA.com

090914-3

Funding Available to South Florida-Caribbean CESU Members to Study Everglades

Federal Grants

090914-4

Python "Nightmare": New Giant Species Invading Florida

National Geographic News

090914-5

Preventing Hurricane Havoc: Environmental Teams Tackle the Invasive Plants and Weeds that Impede Flood Control during Massive Storms

PRWEB

090914-6

Water managers question expanded mining near Everglades restoration

South Florida Sun Sentinel

090911-1

Contractor on killed Everglades project to get $12 million for walking away

Palm Beach Post

090911-2

Fla. water district takes $25 million hit for halted Everglades reservoir

Miami Herald

090911-3

Good business ?  South Florida water district to pay contractor $12 million not to work

Palm Beach Post

090911-4

Greenland's melt mystery unfolds, at glacial pace

World Associated Press

090911-5

Mine expansion plan worries Everglades restorers

Palm Beach Post

090911-6

Open house in Fort White tonight to discuss all sorts of water issues

The North Florida Herald

090910-1

South Florida water managers OK budget containing Everglades restoration land deal

South Florida Sun Sentinel

090910-2

Water district taking $25M hit for halted Everglades reservoir work

Miami Herald

090909-1

Costs grow for Everglades reservoir left unfinished by sugar deal

South Florida Sun-Sentinel

090909-2

Don't eat the pythons, health officials warn

Florida Today.com

090909-3

Everglades to appear on quarters in 2014

South Florida Business Journal

090909-4

Short-lived stint on South Florida water board turns into judicial post

Sun-Sentinel

090909-5

South Florida water managers hold the line on taxes, despite U.S. Sugar land deal

South Florida Sun-Sentinel

090908-1

A different take on global warming

Seacoastonline

090908-2

Butcher's Big Cypress documentary debuts Sept. 26

News Press

090908-3

Florida State University's "green" house is energy efficient, environmentally friendly

TampaBay

090908-4

Florida's waterways must be a priority

TampaBay

090908-5

Habitat Plan Will Doom Sparrow, Groups Say

Courthouse News Service

090908-6

Orange Lake pollutants are flowing down from Alachua County sources

Gainesville Sun

090906-1

Everglades cleanup, Glades cities in tug of war over site for new Palm Beach

Palm Beach Post

090906-2 

Inside Central Florida's Green Swamp  County landfill

The Ledger

090906-3

Is Oil Drilling Florida’s Answer To Recession?

Central Florida News 13

090906-4

Rains help boost aquifer level

The Tamp Tribune

090906-5

The rush job-Editorial

The Gainesville Sun

090904-1

Environmental groups suing to get more habitat for endangered seaside sparrow

Naplesnews

090904-2

Exotic invasive species aggressively disrupting delicate US ecosystems

Water Technology

090904-3

Water managers say watering restrictions not likely to end soon

The Tamp Tribune

090904-4

Wet ?  Yes, but not as wet as Southwest Florida should be

News-Press

090904-5

Wildlife experts question python numbers in Everglades

The Tampa Tribune

090903-1

Exotic invasive species aggressively disrupting delicate US ecosystems

ABC7

090903-2

FEATURE-Coastal home owners face huge losses from rising sea

REUTERS

090903-3

Florida Drops out of Climate Change Fight

PEER

090903-4

Florida scores a D+ on Gulf of Mexico report card

Naples news

090903-5

Florida Swimming In Troubled Waters With a D+ For Clean Water Protections

Public News Service

090903-6

Jacksonville wants new water regulations

NEWS Jacksonville

090903-7

New pollution rules major step toward cleaner waters - Editorial

TCPALM - Editorial

090902-1

Campaign to drill off Florida's coast has cash, confidence

Herald/Times - Tallahassee

090902-2

Cancer fears: Acreage residents to discuss getting public water

Palm Beach Post

090902-3

Potential landfill site raising concerns

Sun Sentinel

090902-4

Smalltooth sawfish get more protection

Naplesnews.com

090902-5

Vero Beach officials say expensive well needed despite wastewater consolidation talks

TCPALM

090902-6

What Will Craven Crist's Senate Seatwarmer Do on Climate ?

The American Spectator

090902-7

With primary a year away, ailing economy is No. 1 issue for Florida voters

SunSentinel

090901-1

Crist the climate-change crusader is gone with the wind (power)

Sun Sentinel

090901-2

High sea levels along the East Coast in early summer blamed on wind, current change

Chicago Tribune

090902-3

Florida Plans $ 650 Million Everglades-Land Bond Sale by March

Bloomberg

090901-4

FPL’s “dark” business

PODER360

090901-5

Most Martin commissioners favor new rules to allow suburban development in agricultural areas

TCPALM

090901-6

Post wrong on U.S. Sugar deal: COMMENTARY

Palm Beach

090901-7

Plant City native named national wildlife refuge manager

TampaBay Online

     
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