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  • Reclaiming Florida's Future


    SAVE THE DATE: March 22nd, 2017!

    Rethink Energy Florida, Sierra Club - Florida, Environment Florida, Food and Water Watch-Florida, Floridians Against Fracking, Organize Florida, Florida Conservation Voters, Physicians for Social Responsibility – Florida, Urban Paradise Guild and other groups will be hosting an Advocacy Day on March 22nd at the Florida Capitol! This is a great opportunity for Floridians to make their voices heard by speaking directly with their elected officials on key energy and water issues facing Florida. 

    Each sponsoring organization is working on critical issues facing our state and this is an opportunity for us to come together and fight to protect clean water.  

    We will provide transportation from several cities across the state and we will also provide advocacy training so you have the skills you need to effectively advocate for clean water and renewable energy.

    Training will be offered the evening before, and a rally/ press conference will be held that morning

    We will be talking with our legislators about these critical issues:

    • Banning Fracking in Florida: This extreme extraction method poses risks to our environment and does not benefit the people of Florida. We don't want to see what happened in Naples happen anywhere in Florida again! 
    • Supporting Renewable Energy: Florida is the sunshine state, and through the Constitutional Amendment process, we’ve made great strides toward owning that name! Now we need the legislature to follow suit, through legislative action, including implementing Amendment 4.
    • Protection of Florida’s Waters:  From the Panhandle to the Keys, Floridians demand clean water. Our springs, rivers, estuaries, lakes, bays and Everglades will continue to degrade, and threaten our health, quality of life, and economy, until decision-makers buy the land needed to restore and protect our watersheds.