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Environmental Issues and Weather Related Stories

As hurricane season intensifies, Florida’s ‘insurer of last resort’ increasingly on hook

Hurricane Season 2021 By John Haughey/The Center Square Two weeks into the 2021 hurricane season there have already been two named storms and Florida could see...

Rep. Murphy calls for federal investigation to examine damage to Little Wekiva River

The river has been overwhelmed by silt and debris, preventing residents and visitors from enjoying the river and destroying animal habitats WASHINGTON—U.S. Congresswoman Stephanie Murphy...

District lease agreement benefits water quality researchers

From the St. John's River Water Management District Call it a win-win-win-win-win. A lease agreement between the St. Johns River Water Management District and the University...

Florida researchers study links between prey fish, predators and algal blooms

By Trimmel Gomes/Florida News Connection TALLAHASSEE - For the most part, if you're a fish, you're either prey or predator, but Florida research is finding...

Florida DMV announces new specialty license plate

The 'Conserve Florida's Fisheries' specialty license plate is the latest specialty plate available to Florida residents From The Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor...

June is Flood Awareness Month in South Florida

The annual declaration highlights ongoing efforts to operate and maintain a regional flood control system that protects 8.9 million residents as well as the...

Bringing tech innovation to wildfires: 4 recommendations for smarter firefighting as megafires menace the...

By Natasha Stavros, Director of the Earth Lab Analytics Hub, University of Colorado Boulder and republished from The Conversation Record-breaking fires over the past decade...

FEMA awards Port Orange $1.4 million for Hurricane Irma debris removal

Hurricane Season 2021 From the Federal Emergency Management Agency FEMA has approved a grant of $1,411,012 for the State of Florida to help the City of Port...

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