A $40 million Water Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act loan from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to the Toho Water Authority in Kissimmee, Florida was announced
Orange County’s Environmental Protection Division was recently awarded a federal grant to add an outdoor air quality monitoring station in order to measure air quality impacts from vehicle traffic.
FAMU College of Law student Brittanii Wade has been selected to participate in the three-day Environmental Justice Academy, where she will research concerns in Parramore…
Gov. Rick Scott joined several other governors in asking the federal government to suspend the requirement for putting a certain amount of ethanol into America’s gas tanks, saying it’s causing a shortage of cattle feed for Florida ranchers.
A panel of state regulators unanimously approved a new slate of statewide water pollution standards Thursday, following public testimony that included criticism from environmental groups over the new rules.
Some of the biggest polluters of Florida’s public waters are assembling in Orlando, without clean-water advocates, to provide input on numeric water standards proposed by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for the state’s lakes, rivers, springs and other freshwater bodies.
Florida environmentalists on Thursday slammed Congress for voting this week on a bill aimed at curtailing federal environmental regulations on state waters.
Orange County has been awarded $400,000 as part of an overall $7 million grant Florida will receive, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced.
Florida Governor-elect Rick Scott, two new Cabinet members and newly elected GOP members of Congress are fighting against new water pollution standards set by the Environmental Protection Agency.