Unbelievable shocker: State regulators vote to allow more toxic chemicals in Florida waterways

From The Miami Herald: “State environmental regulators voted 3-2 in favor of new rules. The number of regulated chemicals will increase from 54 to 92. The dozens of chemicals are among those released by oil and gas drilling companies (including fracking operations) … Click here to read more

WPTV: Fed up residents speak out at Martin County algae meeting

“Martin County Commissioners Tuesday voted to draft a declaration of disaster in the wake of massive algae blooms fouling the Indian River Lagoon. At an emergency meeting Tuesday morning, multiple residents passionately spoke about losing patience over the crisis … Click here to read more

Funeral services for Indian River Lagoon at St. Lucie Lock and Dam, May 3

Activists says last week’s delay by the Army Corps of Engineers (ACOE) regarding the Central Everglades Planning Project (CEPP) is the death knell for the Indian River Lagoon, and a funeral event is planned to mourn the loss. … Click here to read more