Miami Herald: All that sloshing across the rain-deluged streets; that time wasted steaming, in traffic; those chemicals that keep our lawns green, but whose runoff triggers algae bloom made the case.
Florida Times Union: Flooding is high on the minds of Jacksonville residents following the historically bad impact of Hurricane Irma.
Miami Herald: King tides have become an annual occurrence; sunny-day flooding inundates neighborhoods; and storm surges turn the heart of Brickell Avenue into an extension of Biscayne Bay.
The Ledger: The environment has entered the discussion before the Constitutional Revision Commission.Panel member Jacqui Thurlow-Lippisch, an activist from an area of Florida affected by discharges from Lake Okeechobee, has proposed two amendments to be included
TCPalm: The money spent on iconic Martin County beach will be dwarfed by what we need to spend in the future. Can we, and should we, do this forever?