We lose a little bit of the Old Florida every day. With rising seas and explosive development, we must act quickly to save our land and water. Climate change threatens coastal and inland areas. As global temperatures get higher, waters warm and expand. As sea
Floridians love their land and water. Conservation Voters want lawmakers to protect natural areas and the benefits they provide. Time and time again, Florida voters have approved conservation measures at the national, state, and local levels. And we need that patchwork of programs to save
Over the last decade, we have seen the disastrous consequences of ignoring the climate emergency. From dangerous heat waves to disgusting red tide and blue-green algae flare-ups, the worst impacts of the climate crisis are already beginning. We cannot accept these disasters as our new normal.
Florida is one of the most species-rich states in the nation. With more than 80 different ecosystems, the state supports more than 100 species listed as endangered, threatened, or of special concern. Many rare species are found only in our state—like the Florida bonneted bat