Rethink Energy Florida

Senate President Joe Negron is getting high marks from environmentalists for his campaign to clean up Lake Okeechobee runoff, but the Port St. Lucie Republican isn’t willing, at least yet, to ban hydraulic fracturing in Florida.

After Florida voters gave the nod to pro-conservation candidates and saw through the utility industry’s $25 million campaign to squelch solar power, environmentalists say the time is right for a complete ban on hydraulic fracturing.

Environmental groups fighting hydraulic fracturing in Florida have a new megaphone.

Regan McCarthy WFSU News

The president elect of the United States is known as a climate change denier and that has some environmental activists saying now is the time to organize.

Big Brothers Big Sisters Finds Temporary Home

Oct 5, 2016
Big Brothers Big Sisters and ReThink Energy Florida staff, 2014
Nick Evans

Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Big Bend is moving to a new location. The organization’s building suffered major damage following Hurricane Hermine.

Lance Cheung

Floridians for Solar Choice is uniting an unlikely crew in support of their 2016 ballot initiative.