Attend Meeting on Operating FPL’s Polluting Turkey Point Facility for 80 Years

  Are you concerned about decades more pollution from FPL’s Turkey Point nuclear plant threatening Biscayne Bay and your drinking water? FPL wants to operate Turkey Point for another 20 years beyond the current license expiration of 2033. FPL is the first utility in the country to submit a Subsequent License Renewal Application (SLRA) with the […]

Florida Communities Want to Talk Climate in the Presidential Debates

Sea level rise is contributing to increasingly costly flooding and the contamination of drinking water supplies with salt water for communities along the East Coast, but nowhere are these impacts of global warming more pronounced than in South Florida. To avoid the worst impacts for millions of Americans, the next presidential administration will need to double down on responding climate change, which is why the mayors of 21 Florida cities, led by Pinecrest Mayor Cindy Lerner, have asked the TV networks hosting Republican and Democratic presidential debates this week (CNN, The Washington Post, Univision) to ask the candidates about climate change.

Climate Change Takes Center Stage on Earth Week in Miami

Climate change impacts, including sea level rise, were front and center in South Florida  – paying true respect to Earth Week. While environment-focused events were occurring across Florida, Miami-Dade County was home to hearings, panels, and rallies hosted by the esteemed Senator Nelson (D-FL), Senator Whitehouse (D-RI) and Congressman Garcia (D-FL). Kicking off Earth Day […]