Coral Gables becomes first city in Florida to ban plastic bags

 


Coral Gables approves Florida’s first plastic bag ban

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The Standard's Earth Day Celebration

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Miami Waterkeeper receives $49,000 donation from Whole Foods Market!

Miami Waterkeeper receives $49,000 donation from with Whole Foods Market 5% day and Sustainable Evening event!


Whole Foods Market and Top Chef winner host benefit dinner for Miami Waterkeeper

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Army Corps' 'alternative facts' bad news for our reefs

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Fifth Graders Learn About The Importance Of Water In Florida On World Water Day

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Faulty Corps ‘fact’ sheet on Port Everglades dredge drawing fire

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Philippe Cousteau Jr. Educating Local Students On World Water Day

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Miami Waterkeeper Participates in the Annual EarthEcho Water Challenge with Philippe Cousteau, Jr.

The EarthEcho Water Challenge will provide water monitoring kits to help Miami Waterkeeper Junior Ambassadors monitor water quality in Biscayne Bay


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