Amendment 1 is primarily bankrolled by Florida’s big power companies and promoted by a group calling itself Consumers for Smart Solar. While the title, “Rights of Electricity Consumers Regarding Solar Energy Choice” sounds like a great thing for solar in Florida, let’s be clear:Amendment 1 will not promote solar, it will block the sun.
Pasco now in second place for largest sewage spilll. Officials said they spilled 36.8 million gallons, more than Clearwater, Largo, or Pinellas County
"Guacamole-thick algae" washes ashore on the beaches of the state that the governor ironically promotes as "the world's top tourist destination." And a huge swath of Lake Okeechobee is covered in lurid green slime, visible from space.
A long time ago our political leaders saw clearly that Florida was headed down an unsustainable path. "Ecological destruction in Florida is nothing less than economic suicide," declared Gov. Reubin Askew in 1971.
Tampa Bay farm-to-table restaurants, you’re being fed fiction rather than local and organic foods.
And worse yet, our so-called leaders including Tallahassee have dropped the ball, and now they're more concerned with avoiding blame than protecting consumers.