February 18, 2018

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Peoples Climate March (2017-04-18)

Whether it is rising sea levels, ocean warming, or changing weather patterns, climate change impacts every single one of us, and hurts the most vulnerable communities around the world most. We need our lawmakers to stand up and help to secure a safer, healthier future for all. Join us on April 29th. [Dive Into Democracy]

2017-06-05


 

Conservation 20-20 Film (2017-02-14)

A free film screening about the history of Six Mile Cypress Slough Preserve and Conservation 20/20 is set for 7 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 15, at the Six Mile Cypress Slough Preserve Interpretive Center, 7751 Penzance Blvd., Fort Myers. The film was produced by students from Florida Gulf Coast University. [Fort Myers Florida Weekly] [You Are Invited!]

2017-02-14


 

Possible Threat to South Florida (2016-08-26)

A tropical wave that could still threaten South Florida is not yet showing signs of organizations. Forecasters now believe it only has a 60 percent chance of developing into a tropical cyclone. Most of the projection models show some type of system approaching South Florida. [Local10.com] [WINK News Hurricane Central] [Hurricane Special links]

2016-09-29


 

Developers Should Pay (2016-07-14)

4 Miami-Dade commissioners have suggested an idea so new it doesn't appear any other city has implemented it: Create new impact fees that would require developers to basically pay for their portion of the burden of sea-level-rise-related costs. [Miami New Times]

2016-07-14


 

Seminar in North Fort Myers (2016-07-11)

You can attend the Natural Areas and Aquatic Management Seminar on Wednesday, Sept 21, 2016 at the North Fort Myers Recreation Center, rooms 102 A-B. For additional information, you can contact Roy Beckford at fbeckford@leegov.com. [Details] [Agenda] [Map]

2016-07-11