Threat facing fishing industry; foreign illegal fishing in the Gulf of Mexico
Scientists react to meeting with Florida Governor Scott
Three Florida springs could be getting additional protections
Today on Radioactivity speaks with Andrea Delgado, Legislative Representative at Earthjustice, who is fighting to get protection for farmworkers who are exposed to pesticides.
Today Radioactivity discusses the dead zone now in the Gulf of Mexico. This week scientists from the Louisiana Universities Marine Consortium released their annual measurement of the Gulf Dead Zone, which measured 5,008 square miles,
Ron Cox explains the Chikungunya disease is becoming more prevalent in Florida.
The show discuss fracking in Florida and Medea Benjamin on the plight of the people of Gaza
Rob Lorei speaks with David Hastings, Professor of Marine Science & Chemistry about climate change in Florida
Fort DeSoto mega-cruise ship port buzz decried by environmental group
Loggerhead sea turtles handed nearly 700 miles of critical habitat by feds
Fewer skin lesions on fish is evidence BP oil is to blame for the ailment
Environmentalists plan message to PSC with mock hearing
Feds consider weakening protections for manatees
Environment Florida to draw attention to Clean Water Act with paddle on Hillsborough River
Pinellas Beaches among cleanest in the nation
The City of Tampa is trying out a new project to plant wildflowers at three parks in hopes to save money while also beautifying the parks.
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