Monarch Butterflies Added to the Endangered Species Red List

Aug 21, 2022 No Comments by

Ecology Florida August 2022  by Monica Starr The monarch butterfly embarks on an annual migration which can reach up to 2,800 miles from southeast Canada to central Mexico [1]. These beautiful insects have two pairs of orange-red wings with black veins and distinguishing white spots along the edges. The males have black dots along the […]

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Public Service Commission Urged to Reject Venture-Fracking Scheme

Dec 21, 2014 No Comments by

ECFL News, Editorial Florida’s Public Service Commission (PSC) has the opportunity to act in the best interests of Florida’s environment and its citizens.  The PSC is the agency tasked with regulating fees and rates charged by utilities that operate in the state.  Florida Power and Light is petitioning the PSC to be allowed to charge […]

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OPINION: A European’s Perspective on Consumerism in Florida: Too Cold, Too Wasteful

Apr 24, 2013 No Comments by

Written by Kathrin Kohle I have visited America a couple of times, and I always enjoy my stay. But whenever I’m here, the same things bother me — the waste of resources, especially energy and recyclables. My experience of American wastefulness of energy and recyclables is illustrated in a recent shopping experience. When I head […]

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