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Prevent additional damage to coral reefs

First, it’s disintegrating at a faster rate than expected because of climate change. Second, dredging by the U.S. Corps of Engineers in the section underlying PortMiami has made matters worse.

May 2016

Netting Billions: A Global Valuation of Tuna

Improved management of these fisheries and conservation of tuna stocks are critical to sustaining the health and well-being of marine ecosystems, as well as the industries and coastal peoples who rely on the life in these waters for income and food.

May 2016

Editorial - Federal lawmakers must step up, support land-buying bill to help end Lake O discharges

Editorial - Federal lawmakers must step up, support land-buying bill to help end Lake O discharges

May 2016

Climate change shrinking South Florida reefs sooner than expected

South Florida’s shrinking reefs may be vanishing faster than expected.

May 2016

Lock up trash to repel bears, Florida Fish and Wildlife rep says

Lock up trash to repel bears, Florida Fish and Wildlife rep says

May 2016

May is the start of seaturtle nesting on many Florida beaches.

FWC announces may start of sea turtle nesting season on many Florida beaches

May 2016

Why more cities need to add up the economic value of trees

Why more cities need to add up the economic value of trees

April 2016

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