After a great snorkeling session identifying fish our campers...

2014-07-22 20:10:40 admin

After a great snorkeling session identifying fish our campers like to have fun. #girlbandpose #reefrelief #coralcamp #keywest #florida #kids #summer #snorkeling via Instagram

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The true cost of your beefburger is much worse than you know

2014-07-22 16:56:37 admin

Gidon Eshel. 22nd July 2014. The Ecologist

US beef carries a heavy environmental cost in water, land, emissions. But few of us know quite how damaging beef is, writes Gidon Eshel, nor that it is more than five times worse than pork, poultry, eggs or cheese. Isn't it time we did something about it?

That eating beef is environmentally costly is by now widely appreciated.

But little has been done to curtail the amount of cattle farmed for meat consumption.


NRDC: Facts about Pollution from Livestock Farms

Week 4 of coral camp was wonderful! Not only did our campers...

2014-07-21 21:42:28 admin

Week 4 of coral camp was wonderful! Not only did our campers learn about the marine environment and go on fun field trips, they saw dolphins and a nurse shark!! Check out our video to see what happens during coral camp

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Coral Camp 2014 Week 4

2014-07-21 19:00:36 admin

ACTION ALERT:Tell Florida's Biggest Power Company: We Need Solar in the Sunshine State!

2014-07-21 17:11:58 admin

Florida Power & Light (FPL) is the biggest power company in Florida, and one of the biggest in the nation, with about 4.7 million customers – serving over half of all Florida’s customers. The company made a $1.3 billion profit last year. Given the company’s size and influence, how it views solar power matters.

The company recently announced a “new” solar energy program to construct up to 2.4 megawatts (MW) of solar PV over the next 3 years. If that doesn’t sound impressive, it’s because it’s not – it’s downright disappointing. Furthermore, the solar program would be funded by voluntary customer contributions of $9 per month.

Meanwhile, the company filed a petition asking the Florida Public Service Commission (PSC) to discontinue its popular solar rebate program that has helped residential and commercial customers install solar on rooftops since 2011. The company paints solar power as not cost-effective and providing limited value to its system. 

Take action today sign the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy's petition at