Vice President Joe Biden is set to meet with Florida officials Thursday to talk about efforts to protect the Everglades.
The state Legislature’s proposal to spend money approved by voters for conservation on things like agency operating budgets and state park police has been met with protests from environmentalists.
Jim takes an in-depth look at climate change, which was thrust front and center into the national spotlight by President Barack Obama’s Earth Day visit to the Everglades.
President Barack Obama, on Earth Day, put the national spotlight on the country’s largest subtropical wilderness—the Everglades.
THE PRESIDENT: Hello, everybody! Please have a seat. It’s good to be back in Florida. So I can’t think of a better way to spend Earth Day than in one of our nation’s greatest natural […]
President Barack Obama, on Earth Day, will use South Florida’s iconic River of Grass as a backdrop to talk about climate change.
President Barack Obama is set to celebrate Earth Day with a visit to the Florida Everglades.
If the House and Senate can’t find common ground on water policy in the next 50 days, then they’ll try again next year, House Speaker Steve Crisafulli said this week.
A House committee that crafted a newly approved water-policy plan is now looking at how a voter-approved increase in conservation dollars should be used for land management.
A new plan to address Florida’s water resources got support in a House committee on Wednesday.