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We've had the power | Ryann Lynn

Climate and Clean Energy Advocate Ryann Lynn shares her roots in renewable energy work.

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News Release | Environment Florida Research & Policy Center

New report unveils utilities’ playbook to stall rooftop solar in Florida

Special interest groups are working in coordination with local utilities to stall the growth of rooftop solar here in Florida, according to a new report released Thursday by Environment Florida Research & Policy Center. In Florida, investor-owned utilities have targeted policies like net metering, renewable portfolio standards and power-purchase agreements.

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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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Report | Environment Florida Research & Policy Center

We Have the Power

It is time for America to move beyond fossil fuels. Coal, oil and gas are responsible for a rapidly warming planet, for hundreds of thousands of deaths in the U.S. each year from air pollution, and for untold environmental damage. A shift to emission-free energy from the wind, sun and other renewable sources can solve many of America’s most pressing environmental and public health challenges.

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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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