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2014 was not a very active year for environmental and water related issues in Tallahassee.  The legislators approved a $77.1 billion budget.  Of that, $157 million was allocated to Everglades restoration.Read more...
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Here in South Florida, the news and social media are all talking about the human and animal health impacts caused by the algae showing up in our coastal and tidal waterways.Read more...
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The permitting of water use can be a complicated and confusing process. This is especially true for public water supply utilities. Water, whether from the surface or the ground, is quickly becoming a ...
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Explosive population growth during the late 20th century and continuing into the 21st century has put a serious strain on the traditional water supply sources in Florida.Read more...
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On July 1, 2013, the Florida Department of Environmental Protection (FDEP) released its draft Report to the Governor and Legislature: Status of Efforts to Establish Numeric Interpretations of the Narrative Nutrient Criterion and Current NutrienRead more...
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Blogging the latest cases, stories and events on Florida's environmental and water law issues