Jared Yates Sexton – The Midnight Kingdom – A History Of Power, Paranoia, And The Coming Crisis “I realize people think of me as a doom-sayer” announces Jared Yates Sexton at the beginning of our conversation, Then, he admits, “After writing this book, I’m optimistic!” That’s quite a statement from a writer who is known… Read more »
Our guest on Monday was Dr. Amanda Pike. She is a board-certified therapist, and certified educational leader.
Duke Energy will celebrate Arbor Day by giving away 1,200 free trees to Florida customers starting April 28th.
On this week’s show of Sustainable Living, we had Michelle Meetze James, and she has all the plant obsessions.
Red Tide has remained in Southwest Florida as of Wednesday and reports of fish kills likely caused by red tide.
A U. of Tampa professor talks about his research on seagrass in Tampa Bay and Arts4AllFlorida talks about artists with disabilities.
On Monday’s show for Sustainable Living, we had Bob Linde, AP, RH Acupuncture Physician, and registered Herbalist (AHG).
In a wide-ranging conversation, the Tampa City Council Chairman Joseph Citro touched on his plan for Tampa’s streetcar; the search for a way to reuse 50 million gallons of waster water that’s dumped into the Bay every day; the recent forced resignation of the Tampa police chief; former Sen. Janet Cruz’s run against City Council member Lynn Hurtak; and his days as a DJ at WMNF.
The Florida Department of Health in Pinellas County has announced a Health Alert for Pinellas County Beaches as a result of red tide bloom.
The Mayor calls it “PURE.” The Tampa City Council calls it “Toilet To Tap.” It is the plan to mix highly treated wastewater with the City’s drinking water by 2032. Environmentalists and neighborhood activists strongly oppose it, saying we don’t know enough to deem it safe or how much it will cost. But, State law says Tampa can’t keep dumping its treated wastewater into Tampa Bay. Recently, the Florida Dept. of Environmental Protection declined to give Tampa an exemption from the state statute that requires wastewater be used for “beneficial purposes” and Florida’s DEP found that releasing it in the bay did not comply.
Today on Sustainable living, we talked with Kelly Hawaii from Lüfka Refillables, which is a zero-waste store.
Florida wildlife officials approved a seasonal no-entry zone in an area of Brevard County waters where manatees gather.
Rep. Kathy Castor shares her takeaways after attending the United Nations climate in Egypt and USF climate scientist Don Chambers talks about Florida’s coastlines over the millennia.
Today’s guest was Dr. Katherine Clements, an ecology and natural resource educator through UF IFAS. We discussed invasive species.
Today’s guest on Sustainable Living is Virginia Overstreet. We talked about gardening for dragonflies AND damselflies.
Author Duncan P. Forgey speaks on “Talking Animals” about his debut novel, Flyin’ Kai: A Pelican’s Tale, an inventive yarn, starting with a pelican occupying the center of the story.
Conservation groups filed an emergency petition seeking expanded boat-speed limits to protect endangered North Atlantic right whales.
Red tide has been identified off Southwest Florida’s coastline. Researchers want to know how Hurricane Ian muddled the Gulf of Mexico.
The Florida Wildlife Corridor is comprised of 18 million acres that’s vital for the survival of panthers, bears, gopher tortoises, snakes and other wildlife. Listen to this podcast to learn how to explore it—and protect it.
Monopolistic electric utilities in Florida have been caught cheating, scamming, and funding ghost candidates in our elections to maintain their outsize influence in State politics and keep their profits soaring.