Southwest Florida drilling plan has new bump in the road
Here’s why you should care about the Gulf of Mexico
Some Pinellas County beaches are scheduled to get another facelift this summer.
Proposed oil project in South Florida gets green light
Excessive flooding and climate change spur stormwater talks in Tampa
EPA’s Carbon Rule “Falls Short of Real Emissions Reduction” and Restaurant Workers 5 Times More Likely to be Sexually Harassed than the General Workplace
Environmental projects in Tampa Bay get $625,000 funding boost
The Environmental Protection Agency plans to cut carbon emissions by almost 40% in Florida and 30% nationally in the next 16 years.
EPA proposal could phase out coal-fired power plants by implementing CO2 emission regualtions
Local elected officials and the Sunshine State Clean Energy Coalition rallied today in St. Petersburg to call on Duke Energy to invest in cleaner energy. Florida could become a national leader in clean energy investment.
Eight-legged Looters invade Lee County By Amy Beeman Say you’re a common octopus living in the green-blue waters of the Gulf of Mexico near Lee County, in Southwest Florida. Life is good, and it’s not just because you’re naturally capable of things that humans usually ascribe to superheroes. For one thing, you can regrow your… Read more »
In West Palm Beach yesterday, two environmentalists were jailed and five others received probation for protesting the construction of a planned new natural gas fired power plant last February. The protest had involved the activists linking themselves with chicken wire and PVC pipe to protest the negative effects they say the plant will have the… Read more »
Peter Bane, the editor of THE PERMACULTURE ACTIVIST MAGAZINE joined WMNF for this segment to discuss the idea of permaculture. A central theme in permaculture is the design of ecological landscapes that produce food. Emphasis is placed on multi-use plants, cultural practices such as sheet mulching and trellising, and the integration of animals to recycle… Read more »