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GOVERNMENT Wait ... Did Mexico just legalize pot?

Wait ... Did Mexico just legalize pot?

THE DAILY FRAY
November 5, 2018 05:28 pm

Cinco. The number is significant under Mexican law and for recreational marijuana advocates and potpreneurs who might be wondering if they can spark up in Cancun this morning: Did Mexico just legalize recreational marijuana? MORE »
LAND Laser technology joins fight against citrus greening

Laser technology joins fight against citrus greening

THE DAILY FRAY
March 8, 2018 8:19 am

A form of laser surgery used to mend human hearts also shows promise for Florida's iconic orange and the desperate antibacterial fight against fatal citrus greening, a major grower said this week. MORE-»
5=Q&A On Wall Street, green is good, green is right, green works

On Wall Street, green is good, green is right, green works

By JOHN HOWELL The Daily Fray
November 24, 2017 10:00 pm

Environmental guardians and Wall Street investors probably seem like an odd couple. But both are about the long run. Each benefits from a changing landscape in climate awareness, personal values, and goals. And from 2014 to 2016, investments considered socially responsible grew from $6.6 trillion to $8.7 trillion. MORE-»
WATER Bimini's Shark Girl is wild about underwater ballet

Bimini's Shark Girl is wild about underwater ballet

By JOHN HOWELL The Daily Fray
November 9, 2017 6:30 am

Jillian Morris was free-diving in a shiver of sharks near her home in Bimini when she had a yin and yang moment. The experience was breathless; the photo is now timeless. “Two species of shark,” Morris said, “coexisting in a beautiful ballet.” MORE-»
MOTION In battle for the bunker, it's science and chance for history

In battle for the bunker, it's science and chance for history

By JOHN HOWELL The Daily Fray
October 30, 2017 11:15 pm

Healthy U.S. marine fisheries rely on management plans approved by government stewards that keep prized fish in the water and people in business. It mostly works for the saltwater stars such as striped bass, bluefish, and snappers but not as well for forage fish like menhaden, according to scientists, conservationists, and a variety of stakeholders. MORE-»

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Ecopocalypse NowBender012620FireFest.jpgENVIRONMENTAL SPECIALIST Brian Lutz douses a prescribed burn on Jan. 25 at T. Mabry Carlton Jr. Memorial Reserve during Sarasota County's seventh annual Fire Fest. The photo was taken by Thomas Bender of the Sarasota Herald-Tribune.


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» A 14-month saga involving a flying tilapia, an animal activist, a family fishing outing, PETA, state wildlife authorities and a viral video concluded Nov. 16 in a Pinellas County court. “On a theft case normally they get court ordered theft counseling. I don’t know what counseling you give someone about a fish.”


 
 
 

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