Florida’s central Gulf Coast is recklessly embarking on a green journey that will not end well.
Today on the podcast: A new bill on aquatic plant management, the latest Proterra-Granholm ethics concerns, and an interview with outfitter Dave McCool.
In this episode of District of Conservation, Gabriella interview Matt Garske on Florida's incredible wildlife like the vervet monkey and peacock bass. Take a gander here!
Florida's citizens care deeply about the quality of their beautiful environment. It's the reason they live there
CFACT learns about Aguaculture, a company that harvests toxic algae blooms from aquatic invasive species and turns it into useable fertilizer.
Burmese Pythons, which can grow up to 20 feet long and weigh 200 pounds, are exploding in numbers in the Everglades, and eating everything in sight.
If ranchers aren't managing the land, the State is forced to come in and manage it with far less benefit to both the environment and humanity.
Cast & Blast Florida host Travis Thompson rejoins the podcast to talk about the latest conservation happenings from Florida. Listen here.
Chasten Whitfield wants to leave the fishing world a better place than she found it with her charity, Chastenation. Listen to Gabriella's conversation with her today!
There’s been no increase in the number of major hurricane hitting Florida. The number of days between major hurricane landfalls in Florida increased. “[S]till no trend in either intensity or frequency of strikes over the last 118 years,” one scientist wrote.
Environment Florida may try to sell Floridians one bill of goods regarding wind power, but the facts tell us they are peddling economic snake oil.
Efforts by county officials in the Florida Panhandle to undermine both the property rights and the First Amendment rights of owners of a beachfront home came to naught March 23 when Gov. Rick Scott signed a law reaffirming key foundations of the U.S. Constitution.
After all was said and done, neither Harvey nor Irma was the "worst" hurricane ever to hit the U.S. CFACT advisor Larry Bell recounts over a century's information on hurricanes in the Atlantic, Gulf of Mexico, and Caribbean Sea, noting that hurricane damages are al;ways catastrophic for those whose lives are uprooted by them.
CFACT Senior Policy Advisor Paul Driessen explains how judicial activism and fear-mongering by anti-pesticide activists has left the citrus industry in Florida and California without a key tool -- sulfoxaflor -- to fight a massive invasion of the flying aphid-like Asian citrus psyllid, which has already cut the Florida citrus yield by 60%. This time, even the EPA is on the side of the growers -- and they are working with the Court to reverse the ban. But so should we.