July 20, 2017
April 18, 2017
February 27, 2017
February 7, 2017
Adam, Jim and Sue discuss Florida, pipelines and other relevant waters issues.
February 6, 2017
Adam Dubbin and Jim Graywolf Petruzzi Together live feed in Florida talking about the Water is Life movement.
January 28, 2017
This week, join Adam as he discusses the recently penned Senate Bill 10 proposed by Senate President Joe Negron designed to buy land for water storage south of Lake Okeechobee. He also discusses other issues around the state such as sewage spills, Indian River Lagoon pollution, red tide and algae, the EPA’s water toxin rule, last week’s dolphin die-off, radical climate change, Florida’s Department of Environmental Protection, the Water Wars with Georgia (and possibly Alabama), southwest Florida water groups, dredging, mining, infrastructure and utilities, closed beaches, fertilizer ordinance in Hernando County, nuclear waste storage at Turkey Point, paper mill explosion in Pensacola, Florida’s hydrocarbon pipelines, upcoming events, videos and other announcements.
January 20, 2017
This week, Adam talks about sewaage spills, the St. Pete bird kills, algae blooms, septic tanks, industrial wastewater, climate change, nuclear waste, the Water War, dredging, dolphin die-off, water availability, and other topics around the state of Florida. He also talks about the civil disobedience demonstration last weekend at Suwannee State Park and the arrest of eight water protectors on MLK Day, as well as Lake Okeechobee and the Everglades, and upcoming events. The link below provides all of the stories, editorials, research articles and other relevant links from the show.
January 19, 2017
Spend your next five minutes experiencing the Suwannee River State Park demonstration against the Sabal Trail Pipeline on Saturday, January 14th, 2017! This video provides a glimpse of the sights, sounds and energies present on that day of peaceful, non-violent resistance against this environmentally destructive project. Hundreds of people from all over came to join in solidarity—people of all ages, colors and identities joined hands to protect our most precious resources. So watch, feel and be part of the movement!
January 15, 2017
Orlando resident and water protector Gretchen Robinson gives her report on what she has recently seen on her reconnaissance missions in the Central Florida portion of the Sabal Trail and the Hunters Creek Extension pipelines.