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2024

Feb. 24

Troubling Black Bear Legislation Workings its Way Through Florida House and Senate

Establishing Dedicated Funding for Conservation

Mitigation Bill Moves Forward

Stormwater Rule Ratification

Much-Needed Bills for Our State

Water Discharges from Lake Okeechobee

 

Feb. 17

Good News! Federal Judge Rules Against 404 Permitting Moved to Florida Department of Environmental Protection

Funds from Gaming Compact Could Go to Conservation and Land Management

Water Bill Would Improve Quality, Resilience, and Create New Aquatic Preserve

Troubling Grandfather Provision Narrowed in Committee

Audubon Works with Elected Officials on Bills in the Appropriations Committee on Agriculture, Environment, and General Government

Environmental Management Bill Removes Unnecessary Review, but Keeps Concerning Language

Feb. 10

Good News for the Everglades

Updates on Bills We Have Been Following

Audubon Works with Elected Officials on Bills in the Appropriations Committee on Agriculture, Environment, and General Government

Home-Buying Bill Could Help Homeowners in Flood-Prone Areas

Feb. 3

Audubon at the Annual Everglades Coalition Conference

Improved Process for Development Near the Everglades Agricultural Area

Simplifying Reporting of Unsafe Levels of Bacteria on Beaches and Public Bathing Spaces

Updating Florida's Stormwater Rules

Mitigation Banking

Responsibility for Legal Fees Update

Release of Balloons Bill Moves Forward

Jan. 26

Resiliency and Water Bills Move Forward

Budget Recommendations Revealed

Two Bills that Weaken Local Government Land Use Regulation Pass House Subcommittee

Jan. 20

Everglades Protection Area Bill Takes Next Step Forward

Estero Bay Aquatic Preserve at Risk

SB 1386 Could Impact Water Use, Resilience Planning

Carbon Sequestration Bill Heard in Senate Environment and Natural Resources Committee

Worrisome Wetland Mitigation Bill Also Moves Forward

Jan. 13

Attorney Fee Bill Could Have a Chilling Effect on Environment Protection

Balloons and Fleet Management Receive Support in Senate Environment and Natural Resources Committee

DEP Discusses Protective Rules for Stormwater, Biosolids, and More

2023

Dec. 16

Audubon Dials in on Troubling Bills Ahead of 2024 Session

Appropriations Committees Discuss Governor's Budget

Good News for Wetlands in Orange County

Success! Tropical Audubon Society Helps Protect Rare South Florida Habitat

Dec. 9

Governor DeSantis' Budget Proposal Released

House Select Committee on Hurricane Resiliency and Recovery

Improving Florida's Resilience to Flooding

Updated Stormwater Rule

Diversifying Florida's Energy Sources

PFAS and Drinking Water

 

Nov. 17

Aquaculture Update in Senate Agricultural Committee Points to Potential Environmental Benefits

Shared-Use Nonmotorized Trail Program Sees Infusion of Funds, Studies

Future of Energy in Florida

 

Nov. 11

Special Session Addresses Hurricane Idalia Relief

Cow Manure to Renewable Energy

DEP Rulemaking on Water Quality Enhancement areas Begins

 

Oct. 11

State Agencies Present Budget Requests to Florida Legislature

Invasive Species

Audubon Florida Testifies in Washington, DC

 

Sept. 23 

House and Senate Committee Assignments

Agencies Make Budget Requests

Committee Meetings

Conservation Win

 

May 11

Final Budget

Good Bills That Passed

Bills That Died

Weakened Biosolids Bill Heads to the Governor

Bill to Reduce Local Community Power Sent to Governor

Additional Concern Over Power of Local Communities to Govern Themselves

Smart Growth Challenged

Moving Forward

 

May 6

Final Budget

Budget Highlights

Concerning Bills Headed to the Governor for Signature

Governor Signs SB 1604 into Law

April 27

Final Budget Negotiations

Brevard Barrier Island Area of Critical State Concern Nears Finish Line

Natural Disaster Relief Bill May Hamper Land Planning Best Practices

Saltwater Intrusion Vulnerability Assessments

House and Key Committee Approve Bills That Tackle Wastewater, Land Acquisition, Permitting

Land Acquisition Measure Makes It Through the House

Growth Bill Passes

 

April 22

Bill to Support Apalachicola Bay

HB 1379 Addresses Water Quality, Land Acquisition

Protections in Biosolids Bill Stripped from the Legislation

Designation of Brevard Barrier Area of Critical State Concern

HB 111 Tackles Flooding from Climate Change

Land Acquisition Remains a Legislative Focus

Sprawl Bill Advances Despite Environmental Concerns

April 15

Everglades Protection Area Bill Passes Senate with Unanimous Support

Amendment That Would Threaten Everglades Restoration Withdrawn

Concerning Sprawl Bill Moves Forward

Biosolids Bill Not Improved, Moves Forward

HB 7047 Would Change Land Acquisition, But Lacks Senate Companion Bill

Sea Level Rise Impact Projection Study Bill

Bill to Improve Water Quality Passes through Agriculture and Natural Resources Appropriations Subcommittee

SB 7002 Tackles Septic Tanks to Improve Water Quality

 

April 8

New Investment in Long-distance, Non-motorized Trails

Septic Tank Improvements from the Senate Environment and Natural Resources Committee

Dredging and Development Bills Move Forward

Everglades Protection Bill Progressing with Audubon Support

 

April 1

Last-Minute Amendment Jeopardizes Everglades Restoration

Designation of Brevard Barrier Island Area as an Area of Critical State Concern

Reducing Pollution, Improving Water Quality

Biosolids Bill Still Needs More Improvements

Everglades, Conservation, and Rules in the House Agriculture, Conservation and Resiliency Subcommittee

 

March 24

Florida House and Senate Announce Proposed Budgets

A Busy Week in the Senate Committee on Environment and Natural Resources

Biosolids Bill Moves Forward, But Needs More Improvements

Sea Level Rise in the House Agriculture and Natural Resources Appropriations Subcommittee

Everglades Restoration Groundbreaking

 

March 18

Biosolids Bill is a Start but Needs Improvements

Senate Committee on Environment and Natural Resources Hears Bills on Surface Water, Sea Level Rise, Saltwater Intrusion, and More

Expansion of the Clean Waterways Act Grant Program

In 2021, the Everglades Experienced its Second-highest Nesting Effort for Many Wading Bird Species in 80 Years

 

March 11

Land and Water Funding

Everglades Protection on the Agenda

Growth Management Bills Prompt Concern

Mangrove Restoration Bill Passes Committee

Funding for the Safeguarding Tomorrow through Ongoing Risk Mitigation Revolving Loan Fund

Audubon Staff Fly In to Washington, DC

Audubon Supporters Protect Conservation Lands in Collier County

 

February 24

EAA Reservoir Groundbreaking Marks Critical Moment in Everglades Restoration

Clean Waterways Act Updates from DEP

Department of Agriculture Requests Big Bucks for Agricultural Easements, Water Quality Programs, and Staff Raises

Additional Presentations in the House Agriculture and Natural Resources Appropriations Subcommittee Highlight Indian River Lagoon

Water Management Districts Aim to Clean, Store, and Conserve Water

More Funding for Florida's SUN Trail Program

Wastewater Grants and Resilient Florida Program Take Center Stage in the Senate Select Committee on Resiliency

Hurricane Recovery and Resilience

 

February 19

Audubon Florida Concerned that the USFWS Proposes Removal of Wood Stork from Endangered Species Act Protection

Water Updates Come from DEP

Invasive Species and the Office of Resilience and Coastal Protection: Updates in the Agriculture, Conservation & Resiliency Subcommittee

Two Programs to Improve Florida's Climate Resilience

Governor's Proposed Budget Includes More than $1 Billion for the Environment

FDOT Promises Collaboration and Considerations of Environmental Impacts

February 11

Audubon Joined Secretary of the Interior Deb Haaland for Tour of the Everglades

Highlights from Governor DeSantis’ Budget for Fiscal Year 2023-2024

New Bike Paths Coming to Florida?

Florida Springs Need More Support

Affordable Housing Updates in Senate Community Affairs Committee

Protecting Communities from Storm Impacts


January 27

Florida Saves More Water

Land Conservation Moves Ahead

Is Florida Ready for the Next Storm?

Committees Hear Water Quality Program and Legislation Updates

Everglades Restoration Sees Banner Week
 

January 7, 2023

Do You Know Your Elected Leaders?

House and Senate Natural Resource Committees Start Off with Introductions, Mission Scope, and Agency Briefings

The Everglades are Changing - Are You Up to Date?

March 12, 2022

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Governor DeSantis Must Veto Rooftop Solar Bill

Florida State Budget

SB 2508 Could Drastically Change Florida's Conservation Programs

Troubling Fertilizer Bill Narrowed Before Heading to Governor for Signature

Grease Disposal Bill Will Improve Water Quality

Stormwater Bill Improved Before Moving Through House and Senate

Pesticide Bill Moves Forward

Preemption Bill Improved But Still Privileges Business Profits Over Home Rule

Annual Report on the Impact of Sea-level Rise and Flood Resiliency Will Be Required

Statewide Flooding and Sea Level Rise Plan

Inventories of Critical Wetlands

March 5, 2022

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Rooftop Solar Bill Advances in House and Senate

Budget Negotiations Begin

Audubon Continues Efforts Improve Stormwater Bill, Reduce Potential for Pollution "Hotspots"

USFWS Presses Pause on Panther Relocation

February 25, 2022

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Rooftop Solar Bill Advances Despite Vocal Opposition, Threat to Climate Resiliency in Florida

Changes to Rural and Family Lands Program Threatens Future of Florida Land Conservation

Audubon Continues to Work to Improve Stormwater Bill, Reduce Potential for Pollution "Hotspots"

New Federal Bill Would Reauthorize Research and Monitoring Program for South Florida

February 19, 2022

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Problematic Bill Improved for Everglades Restoration, Concerns Remain for the Rural and Family Lands Program

Stormwater Treatment Area Bill Could Allow Creation of Pollution “Hotspots”

Gopher Tortoise Legislation Poses Problems

Key Water and Resiliency Bills Pass Final Committees

Groundbreaking on C-23/24 Stormwater Treatment Area Will Improve Water Quality in St. Lucie Estuary

Scott Water Farm Project Critical Component of Improving Health of the St. Lucie Estuary

February 12, 2022

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Late-breaking Bill Sparks Vocal Opposition from Everglades and Land Conservation Advocates

Bill Would Create Less Rigorous Competitor to Florida Forever, Reduce Transparency and Accountability in Rural and Family Lands Program

Amendment Narrows Risky Proposal to Expand Agricultural Fertilizer Use

Amendments Improve Net Metering Bill But Still Pose Grave Threat to Future of Rooftop Solar

Refining the Golf Course Fertilizer BMP Program

Limiting the Ability of Communities to Evaluate Legacy Agricultural Contaminants in Neighborhoods

February 5, 2022

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Proposed Florida House and Senate Budgets

Damaging Rooftop Solar Bill Still Moving Forward, But With Helpful Amendment

Large Private Stormwater Treatment Bill Passes Committee Hurdle

Critical Bill Would Create Energy Equity Task Force

Solar Panels Could Come to Brownfield Sites

Sea-level Rise and Flood Resiliency Legislation Takes Another Step Towards a Vote

Improved Sanitary Sewer Pipes Could Improve Water Quality

 

January 29, 2022

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Bill Expands Areas That Need Sea-Level Impact Projection Studies

Bill Aims to Keep Harmful Oils and Fats from Florida's Sewers

Best Management Practices Program for Golf Courses to Reduce Nutrient Runoff

Everglades Protection Area Would Create New Review for Construction Near the Everglades

Florida State Parks Update Showcases Importance of these Landscapes for Environment and Economy

Conservation Success in Collier County

January 22, 2022

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An Unprecedented Investment in Everglades Restoration and a Giant Step Forward in Climate Resiliency

Harmful Fertilizer Bill Advances Again

Harmful Seagrass Bill Advances Over Concerns of Conservation Community

Statewide Flooding and Sea Level Rise Resilience Plan Update

January 15, 2022

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Net Metering Bill Advances, Despite Harm It Would Cause to Rooftop Solar Growth in Florida

Fertilizer Bill Advances Through Senate Committee on Environment and Natural Resources

Worrisome Damages Bill Could Decimate Local Governments

Wetlands Bill Would Catalog List of Properties for Acquisition

Audubon Supports Bill That Would Lead to Better Sea Level Rise Planning

Florida Scrub-Jay Advocates Speak in Favor of Restoration in Brevard County

December 4, 2021

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Embattled Seagrass Mitigation Bill Passes House Environment, Agriculture & Flooding Subcommittee

Net Metering Legislation Could Pour Cold Water on Florida's Solar Economy

Water and Pollution Legislation Heard in Senate Environment and Natural Resources Committee

Lake Okeechobee Watershed Restoration Project Update Does Not Quell Water Storage Concerns

12,000-acre Everglades Restoration Project Complete

November 20, 2021

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Governor DeSantis Announces Environmental Appropriation Priorities

Florida Department of Transportation Begins New Study of Possible Northern Turnpike Extension

Army Corps of Engineers Releases Final LOSOM Model

The Ocklawaha Survey Results Are In!

Oil Drilling Permit Near Big Cypress Denied Over Environmental Concerns

2020 Wading Bird Study Reveals Mixed Success for Iconic Florida Species

Audubon Florida Climate and Energy News Roundup

November 6, 2021

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Projects Worth $437 Million in the Pipeline for Acquisition under Florida Forever, Wastewater Grant Program Begins

Bill Allowing Local Governments to Ban Smoking Moves to Senate Environment and Natural Resources Committee

Homeowners' Quality Improvements Could Now Include Energy Efficiency Upgrades

Stormwater Rulemaking Technical Advisory Committee Submits Final Recommendations to DEP

Collier County Proposal to Expand Mosquito Spraying Threatens Western Everglades and its Food Web

City of Key West Unanimously Passed a Resolution Calling for a Denial of Urban Expansion

Climate and Energy News Roundup

October 15, 2021

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We Need Your Voice! It's Time to Restore the Ocklawaha River

Public Comment Opens for Beach-nesting Bird Guidelines

House Agriculture and Natural Resources Appropriations Subcommittee Discusses Coral Reef Disease, Red Tide, and More

Committees Meet on Florida Forever and Water Rules

Audubon Florida Continues to Advocate for Best Lake Okeechobee Management Plan

EagleWatch Annual Report is Here

Audubon Florida Climate and Energy News Roundup

September 24, 2021

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Legislative Committees and Leadership

Committee Meetings Begin with a Budget Bang

Pop Quiz: You May Be a Legislative Super Influencer

Nearly 20,000 Acres Conserved Under Florida Forever Program

Fall Edition of the Naturalist is Here!

Audubon Florida Climate and Energy News Roundup

May 8, 2021

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2021 Florida Legislative Session Recap

Budget Delivers High Levels of Environmental Funding

New Water Legislation

Wins for Habitat Conservation

Energy Legislation

Climate and Resiliency Become Important Session Theme

Troubling Bills That Did Not Make It Through

Audubon Remains Concerned with New Farming Litigation and Growth Management Bill

May 1, 2021

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$101 Billion Budget Proposed for Florida, Including $419 Million for Everglades, $400 Million for Florida Forever, $75 Million for Springs, and More

Total Appropriations for Environmental Priorities

Agriculture and Water Bills Head to Governor DeSantis

Pirate Sand & Fill Mines Slammed by Legislature and Lake County Commission

April 24, 2021

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Combined $400 Million Proposed for Land Conservation

New Agreement Pushes EAA Reservoir Forward

Senator Rubio Co-Sponsors Growing Climate Solutions Act

Farming Operations Bill SB88 sent to Governor DeSantis

Collier County and Army Corps Propose to Armor Coast at Expense of Beaches, Mangroves, and Seagrass

April 17, 2021

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Resiliency and Taxation Relief for Homeowners

Little Wekiva River and Florida Wildlife Corridor

Fourteen Jurisdictions in Southwest Florida Join the Regional Resiliency Compact

Property Tax Breaks May Diminish Funding Available for Conservation Purposes

Reducing Transparency in Government Oversight of Utilities

April 10, 2021

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Statewide Resiliency Plans May Soon be a Reality - Florida House’s “Always Ready Flooding and Sea Level Rise Agenda” is on the Governor’s Desk

Lake Okeechobee Watershed

Promising Bills Move Through Appropriations Subcommittee on Agriculture, Environment and General Government

Florida Forever Needs More Funding

Southwest Compact Takes Another Stride Forward

Paul Gray Wins U.S. Fish and Wildlife Award

April 3, 2021

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Big Cypress Basin Management Changes

Reclaimed Water Bill Moves through Committees

Blue-Green Algae Task Force Recommendations Bill

Farming Bill Changes May be Too Broad

Tamiami Roadbed Removal Celebrated

March 27, 2021

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State Appropriations Update

Resilient Florida Program Funding

New M-CORES Amendment Strengthens Environmental Protections for Future Road Projects

Two Energy Bills Move Forward

Concerning Seagrass Bill Passes Subcommittee

Stop Destruction of Nesting Bird Habitat

March 19, 2021

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Update on M-CORES Legislation

Senate President Priorities Move Forward

Energy Preemption Bill Sees Improvement

South Florida Water Management District Approves Curtain Wall

Major Steps Forward in Climate Resiliency

Extending Florida Forever

March 13, 2021

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Senate Transportation Committee Action

Fast-moving Bills

Walton County's Proposed 2040 Mobility Plan Threatens Conservation Lands

Deepwater Horizon Gulf Restoration Proposes to Pave Imperiled Bird Nesting Sites in National Seashore

Addressing the Effects of Rising Sea Levels Due to Climate Change

Where is the Central Florida Water Initiative Rule?

Florida Climate and Energy News Roundup

March 6, 2021

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Florida Delegation Lobbies Biden Administration for Everglades Restoration Funding

Two Water Bills Pass Committee Hurdles

Senate Committee on Environment and Natural Resources Hears Water and M-CORES Issues

Two Coastal Resiliency Bills Highlight New Climate Change Concerns

Energy Preemption Bill Scope is Narrowed but May Still Have Unintended Consequences

February 20, 2021

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Senate President Wilton Simpson Clarifies His Position on M-CORES

U.S. Army Corps Of Engineers Commits to Big Everglades Restoration Investment

New Law Could Reduce Barriers to Solar Siting

FWC Explains Invasive Species Management

Subcommittee Discusses Coastal Resiliency and Red Tide

February 13, 2021

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Everglades Health Takes One Step Forward and One Step Back

Committee Meeting Underscores Importance of Resilience Planning

Land Conservation Budget Needs a Bump

Audubon Congratulates St. Johns County on Restarting Their Land Acquisition and Management Program

We Need Your Voice As The FWC Updates Invasive Species Rules

February 6, 2021

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Legislature Grapples with Future of M-CORES

Senate Committee on Environment and Natural Resources Hears Water Updates

Funding News for Environmental Programs

Elected Officials Listen to Ideas for Boosting Coastal Resilience

The PSC Approves Solar Projects and Prepares for Rate Case Hearings

Concerning Growth Management Bill Clears Administrative Hurdle

New Bills Filed This Week to Expand Solar Opportunities

This Week's Climate News

January 30, 2021

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Governor DeSantis Releases Proposed Budget with $1 Billion for Climate Change

Mixed Bag: Committee Action Sees Bills on Dairy Pollution, Regional Planning Councils and Litter Reduction Advance

Bills Filed Reflect New Priority on Renewable Energy

Wastewater Conservation and Reuse Bills Filed

Concerning Growth Management Bill Reappears

Audubon, the East Central Florida Regional Resilience Collaborative, and More Launch Partnership to Fight Climate Change, Save Taxpayer Dollars, and Train Future Environmental Professionals

January 16, 2021

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We're Back with the First Advocate of the 2021 Session!

Senate Natural Resource Committees Start Off with Briefings, Agency Introductions

Legislature May Pull the Plug on M-CORES

Public Service Commission Hosts Energy Efficiency Rule Revision Workshop

Coronavirus Causes Major Budget Uncertainty

Pop Quiz: You May Be a Legislative Super Influencer

Newest Edition of the Naturalist is Out!

March 20, 2020

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Wrapping up the 2020 Legislative Session

Conservation Appropriations

We Celebrate Water and Climate Bills That Made it Over the Finish Line

Important Environmental Protection Amendment on Agriculture Bill to Benefit Green Swamp

DOT M-Cores Process Extended, Meetings Postponed

Improved Management of Rodman Reservoir Could Benefit Upstream Forests

March 13, 2020

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Important Water Bill Passes

Climate Win Requires Sea Level Rise Impact Studies for State-financed Construction

Appropriations Negotiations Continue

Audubon Florida Begins Chapter Climate Trainings

M-CORES Update

Act by March 16 to Ensure the Everglades and Florida Bay Benefit from the COP

COVID-19

March 6, 2020

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Water Bills Address Pollution and Fines

Appropriations

Senators Rubio and Scott Team Up to Expand Moratorium on Gulf of Mexico Drilling

State Resumes Misguided Move to Assume Federal Water Permitting

A Solar Victory!

February 28, 2020

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Help Ensure the Everglades and Florida Bay Benefit from the COP

Appropriations for Florida Forever and Rural Family Lands Protection Program

Fireworks update

Florida on Cusp of Solar Victory or Missed Opportunity: Stay Tuned March 3

Water Quality and Environmental Enforcement

Restoring the Ocklawaha River

February 21, 2020

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Water

Climate Bills Move Ahead

M-CORES Update

Town of Fort Myers Beach Protects Critical Wildlife Area - Again!

Audubon Florida Launches New Climate Initiative with Local Chapters

February 14, 2020

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Audubon Attends Everglades Action Day

Water: Civil Penalties, Septic Tanks, Wastewater

Climate: Renewable Energy, Sea-Level Impact Projections, Electric Vehicle Charging Stations

Budget: Environment, Conservation Easements, State Parks

 

February 7, 2020

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Great News for Protecting Florida's Special Places

Climate Adaptation Bill Moves at a Steady Pace

Growth Management

Water

Appropriations

Upcoming M-CORES Meetings

January 31, 2020

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Water

Everglades Protection

Climate Adaptation

Appropriations

January 24, 2020

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Climate Adaptation

Climate Mitigation

Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency

Water

Moving Miami-Dade County's Comprehensive Development Master Plan in the Right Direction

M-CORES Update

Appropriations

Winter Naturalist Magazine

January 17, 2020

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State Announces Everglades Acquisition to Head Off Drilling Threat

35th Annual Everglades Coalition Conference Calls for All Hands On Deck

Join Everglades Action Day February 10 & 11!

Clam Pass Parking Garage Proposal Denied

Bill to Expand Access to Personal Fireworks Amended

Flagler County Wetlands Restoration Update

Misleading Energy Deregulation Ballot Proposal Tossed Out by Supreme Court

Resilience and Climate Change Issues to Watch

Focus on Florida Forever

The Governor's Agenda

December 13, 2019

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Fireworks Bill Advances in Both Chambers, as Audubon Works to Limit Impacts

Comprehensive Water Legislation Being Considered by Florida Senate

Updates on Multi-use Corridors of Regional Economic Significance (M-CORES)

Senior U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals Judge Rejects Florida's Apalachicola Water Arguments

State of the Everglades Report
 

November 8, 2019

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Bills to Fight Florida’s Water Woes Begin to Move in Legislature

Bill to Expand Access to Personal Fireworks Clears First Committees Despite Concerns for Veterans, Pets, Special Needs Individuals, and Wildlife

Celebrating the Opening of the C-44 Reservoir

M-CORES Toll Roads Task Forces Raise Important Questions About Need, Financial Feasibility

U.S. Rep. Castor & Audubon Florida Sound Alarm on the Climate Crisis’ Impact on North American Birds

Take Action! Model Ordinance Toolkit Update

Audubon Florida and South Florida Breweries Launch the Everglades Brewers Council

October 18, 2019

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Governor Announces Legislation to Expedite Water Quality Improvements

Florida Senate Holds Committee Meeting on Sea Level Rise and Climate Change

The Florida Department of Environmental Protection Presents their Proposed Budget 

Miami-Dade County Votes for Clean Buses

Audubon Florida Offers Model Ordinance Toolkit to Inspire Local Change

New Audubon Report Details Risks of Climate Change Extinction

 Audubon Staff Report Red Tide

Florida Department of Transportation Presents Committee with M-CORES Progress

September 16, 2019

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Planning for New Turnpikes Begins

Looking Ahead to Fall Legislative Committees

Summer of Successes for Florida Forever

Audubon Florida Defends Endangered Species

They Heard You! The U.S. House Passes Bills to Protect Coasts from Oil and Gas Spilling

Have You Seen the New Naturalist?

 
 
 

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