Land, water, air, space. The Daily Fray values a mixture of original reporting and online resources that aims for a better understanding of conservation and environment in Florida and the Atlantic, Gulf of Mexico, and Caribbean regions.
Motion. The skillful use and preservation of natural resources. Sugary beaches, fresh and saltwater fishing, rare forests and animal life, crystal blue springs. Solar and clean energy. An eye-popping menagerie of endangered species and ecological evil-doers. Medical marijuana. The Fray seeks timely and visual stories about places of wildness, promise and resilience, action takers and difference makers, and uses social media to advance eco-journalism that makes people talk, think, and sometimes act.
The editor is John Howell, a multimedia editor at the Sarasota Herald-Tribune and a member of the Society of Environmental Journalists since 2015. Howell worked 18 years at The Hartford Courant, including five years as sports media columnist, and is a 2012 H.F. Guggenheim Fellow at the Center on Media, Crime and Justice at John Jay College in New York.
Farm pollutants from multiple states feed a massive dead zone in the Gulf of Mexico. Shrimpers pay the cost. https://t.co/E4I6E7rOfA— grist (@grist) February 2, 2020
Veni, vidi, selfi
» For billionaire preppers, a Miami company is building 272 horsepower "arks" capable of withstanding Category 4 hurricane winds that rise on stilts to thwart sea level rise. And they are completely solar. (Via Miami New Times)