Our principles and actions are intended to address the common and shared values and needs of Florida residents and businesses. We believe the need to provide water for growing communities and for future generations must override partisan goals or special interests.
Florida has miles of coastline, bays and estuaries, and low-lying areas, making it one of the most vulnerable states to climate change.
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Our environment and our economy in Florida, as well as the rest of the United States, are tied together so that projects which affect either area negatively should be carefully considered before being undertaken.
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Despite claims by BP and government agencies, dispersants have not evaporated.
A common ingredient in human laxatives and in the controversial dispersants that was used to break down oil from the BP Deepwater Horizon oil spill is still being found in tar balls four years later along Gulf Coast beaches including Perdido Key.
(photo and story from Pensacola News Journal, 7/26/14)
Membership is not restricted to Democrats!
We ask for a $5 annual membership fee, and in return we'll give you ways to work with other Floridians locally and statewide who are tough environmentalists!
Your membership enables us to set our own agenda, determine which issues have the greatest priority in Florida, and play a lead role in the protection of Florida’s environment.