Southeast-Gulf Coast

Op-Ed | Why is EPA Considering Lethal Pesticides for Florida Citrus?

by | January 29, 2024
Originally published in and reprinted with permission of The Orlando Sentinel. Why is EPA Considering Lethal Pesticides for Florida Citrus? Few pesticides have raised more red flags across the world in recent years than an insecticide called aldicarb. This neurotoxic poison is a notorious ...

Lawsuit Probes Oak Ridge Clean Water Waiver

by | October 19, 2023
What Did EPA Administrator Regan Know When He Overruled His Experts ...

REPORT | 2022 Florida Enforcement Report

by | July 24, 2023
Florida's environmental enforcement actions are well below historical averages and have declined significantly in the last two years of the DeSantis administration ...

Florida Annual Eco-Enforcement Reports

by | July 23, 2023
Since 2004, PEER has examined Florida Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) files to assess pollution enforcement. View the reports ...

Florida’s Manatees Suffering Another Very Bad Year

by | October 24, 2022
Mortality Through September on Track for Second Deadliest Year on Record ...

REPORT | Toxic PFAS Chemicals Measured in Nashville Fertilizer – 08-09-2022 (PDF) 

by | August 15, 2022
Executive Summary Many home gardeners buy compost or commercial soil amendments to enhance soil nutrition. But new tests reveal concerning levels of toxic per- and poly- fluoroalkyl substances(PFAS) chemicals in a popular garden fertilizer. Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility ...
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