News Release | Environment Florida

President Obama Vows to Protect Future Generations from Climate Change

TAMPA, Fla. – In response to President Obama’s State of the Union address, Jennifer Rubiello, field assocate with Environment Florida, delivered the following statement:

News Release | Environment Florida

Fracking by the Numbers: New Environment Florida Research and Policy Center Report First to Quantify Threat of Gas Drilling

NAPLES, Fla. -  A new Environment Florida Research and Policy Center report, “Fracking by the Numbers,” measures the damage being done by dirty drilling across the country. As state and national agencies consider fracking permits in Florida, the report is the first study of its kind to measure the footprint of fracking damage to date— including toxic wastewater, water use, chemical use, air pollution, land damage and global warming emissions.

News Release | Environment Florida

Environment Florida Rallies Citizens, Scientists and Farmers to Call on EPA to Follow Sound Science, Protect Tampa Bay and the Hillsborough River

TAMPA, Fla.– In an effort to increase protections for waterways like Tampa Bay and the Hillsborough River, Environment Florida helped deliver over 100,000 public comments and letters nationwide to the US Environmental Protection Agency, all calling for increased protections for waterways across the state.

News Release | Environment Florida

Tampa Bay and the Hillsborough River are Haunted by Nitrogen and Fecal Coliform

TAMPA, Fla. – On the shores of the Hillsborough River, Environment Florida and the Gulf Restoration Network held an event to release “Ten Scary Facts About Florida Water,” a new factsheet which compiles 10 of the most frightening realities about pollution in the area's most iconic waterways.

News Release | Environment Florida Research & Policy Center

Florida Ranks 3rd for Global Warming Pollution from Power Plants

TAMPA, Fla. – On the heels of increasingly severe weather events, a new report from Environment Florida Research & Policy Center finds that Florida ranks 3rd in the country for most carbon pollution from power plants, the state’s largest single source of global warming pollution. Scientists predict that extreme weather events will become more frequent and severe for future generations without action to reduce the carbon pollution fueling the problem.

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