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News Release | Environment Florida Research and Policy Center

Pathogens pose risk at 185 of Florida beaches

ST. PETERSBURG, FL – With Floridians returning to local beaches this summer, a new report warns that more work is needed to ensure that all waters are safe for swimming. In 2020, 185 Florida beaches were potentially unsafe for swimming on at least one day, according to Safe for Swimming? -- Environment Florida Research and Policy Center’s annual analysis of bacteria testing.

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News Release | Environment Florida Research & Policy Center

New report: Florida and nation are on the verge of a renewable future

Florida has the power to build an energy system built largely or entirely around clean renewable resources, according to a new report.

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Student Voices for 100% Renewable Energy

Students across the Sunshine State are asking for more renewable energy.

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The environment in the age of COVID-19

What is the new normal for our environment?

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Report | Environment Florida Research and Policy Center

A Perfect Storm

Since 1980, The Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) “Superfund” toxic waste cleanup program has been responsible for identifying the worst toxic waste sites across the country and holding polluters accountable to cover the cost of cleaning them up. When the polluting party cannot be found or afford the cleanup, the Superfund program has the authority and funds to clean up the site.

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