Lawsuit seeks coral protection in Port Everglades project

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State of Florida wants to add more dangerous chemicals to our water

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The Florida Roundup: Locally Transmitted Zika, New Rules on Toxins in Water Supply & Politics

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What's up with the algae bloom that led to Florida's state of emergency?

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The last few weeks, we’ve seen some of the worst algae blooms ever recorded in southeastern Florida. It’s not a natural event; it’s entirely manmade, stemming from overly-engineered waterways and industrial pollution. 


Federal Judge Reopens Lawsuit over PortMiami Expansion Project

[embedlycard url="http://www.miamiherald.com/news/local/community/miami-dade/article88042877.html"] From the story: “We’re pleased that the court agreed to reopen the case, over the objection of the Corps, who seemed to want to delay the court’s determination by asking for an indefinite hold on the case,” Silverstein wrote.


From Miami to Australia—Dredging and industrial activities killing coral reefs

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The Death and Life of Coral Reefs

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CNN Why are Florida's coral reefs dying?

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Coral Bleaching Could Land Heavy Blow on Florida's Recovering Reefs

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Styrofoam ban passed!

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Your voices have been heard! Miami-Dade County has agreed to ban Styrofoam products from beaches, parks, and marinas in the county starting in July 2017.


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