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The Importance of the Florida Everglades When Battling Climate Change 

Jan 31, 2022 No Comments by

by Monica Starr  An Ecology Florida Feature January 2022 A recent Everglades Coalition Conference outlined the problems in South Florida related to climate change. There are some important facts to highlight  from this conference including the fact that sea levels will rise more quickly in Florida than other coastal areas. Similarly, as a state we […]

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Percy vs. Goliath – A Film “Roundup”

Dec 29, 2021 Comments Off on Percy vs. Goliath – A Film “Roundup” by

by Jamale Stanley “Percy Vs Goliath” is based on the events that unfolded between farmer Percy Schmeiser and the multi-billion-dollar agrochemical company, Monsanto. (Monsanto has been dissolved since being acquired by Bayer in 2018 and folded into the crop science division). The catalyst to this confrontation was the patented canola plants that grew in Schmeiser’s […]

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Have Yourself An Environmentally Friendly Holiday Season

Dec 14, 2021 No Comments by

by Monica Starr December 2021  As the holiday season quickly approaches, we find ourselves looking for unique and thoughtful gifts for our loved ones. During this time of the year, it is important to remember what the holiday season is truly about and the fact that our actions continue to impact our environment. Giving gifts […]

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Leaf Blowers: More Harm Than Good & Five Reasons to Let Them Go

Nov 25, 2021 No Comments by

by Dell deChant Lately there has been a spate of articles in big-time publications about gas-powered leaf blowers and their harm to the environment.  The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Atlantic, The New Haven Register, Audubon Magazine, and Yale Climate Connections all have recently weighed in on the topic.  Of course, leaf […]

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What Can Winter the Dolphin Teach Us About Our Impact?

Nov 23, 2021 No Comments by

by Monica Starr November 2021 Last week, our beloved dolphin friend, Winter died at the Clearwater Marine Aquarium. The story of this magical creature was inspiring to many people all over the world. After losing her tail because of a crab trap line, Winter was rehabbed at the Clearwater Marine Aquarium. With help from the […]

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Build Back Better: What Does it Mean for Clean Energy?

Nov 16, 2021 No Comments by

The Build Back Better Plan: What Does that Mean for the Future of Clean Energy? November 2021 by Monica Starr Monica Starr is an intern with Ecology Florida, serving as the Public Communications Facilitator for Ecology Florida News. Monica is a graduate student at the University of South Florida studying Global Sustainability. A few weeks ago, […]

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United Nations Climate Change Conference in Glasgow 2021

Nov 02, 2021 No Comments by

Monica Starr November 2021 Monica Starr is an intern with Ecology Florida, serving as the Public Communications Facilitator for Ecology Florida News. Monica is a graduate student at the University of South Florida studying Global Sustainability. This past weekend, the UN kicked off the 2021 Climate Change Conference hosted by the United Kingdom in partnership with […]

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California Oil Spill: Who is to Blame?

Oct 26, 2021 No Comments by

An Ecology Florida Feature by Monica Starr Monica Starr is an intern with Ecology Florida, serving as the Public Communications Facilitator for Ecology Florida News. Monica is a graduate student at the University of South Florida studying Global Sustainability. October 2021 At the beginning of the month, thousands of gallons of oil was discovered to have […]

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Blue Carbon: Tools for Battling Climate Change

Oct 09, 2021 No Comments by

Blue Carbon: the importance of salt marshes, mangrove forests and seagrass meadows as tools for battling climate change An Ecology Florida Feature by Monica Starr This article is the first of a three part series for October 2021 Monica Starr is an intern with Ecology Florida, serving as the Public Communications Facilitator for Ecology Florida News. […]

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Songbird Plague: Is Florida Next?

Aug 05, 2021 1 Comment by

by Dell deChant Special Report to Ecology Florida News How are the songbirds doing in your community? Although not widely reported, birds are dying at an alarming rate along the eastern seaboard.  The cause of the plague is not known.  Ecology Florida News is asking readers to report on the status of birds in and […]

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