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Adam Dubbin

Florida Waters Weekly: a weekly run-down of Florida’s water issues — 1/20/17 (E5)

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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.

Florida Waters Weekly: January 20th, 2017

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