Editorial: Florida needs to get its act together to fight Red Tide

The awful smell of dead fish across Tampa Bay cries out for a better response. Red Tide is overwhelming St. Petersburg, and the damage to the fisheries, tourism and public health is increasing with no end in sight. State and local officials need to collaborate on the cleanup. Residents, visitors and businesses need to be kept informed. And Florida needs a better strategy for managing these toxic algal blooms. >click to read< 17:13

4 Responses to Editorial: Florida needs to get its act together to fight Red Tide


    POISON RAIN “COREXIT” 1989 EXXON VALDEZ 30 YEARS BEFORE BP DEEP WATER MEGA SPILL with a 2 Million Gallon “COREXIT” Chaser Dr. Jane set the Bar up for that wintering migratory Birds and Insects… Seen many “Monarchs” lately??? Poisonous plumes discovered by $500 million dollar collaborative…. You found plenty of sh*t what got cleaned up besides the $500 million???

  2. Rocky Novello says:

    Our U.S. environmental groups spend millions of dollars to eliminate commercial fishing,but do very little in fixing the real problem of our ocean ,which is POLLUTION !!!

  3. Karl says:

    Doesn’t take a rocket scientist to figure out that every single time there is a split at the phosphate ponds, there is a red tide problem as soon as the spring rains begin.


    Red Tide in Florida used to be a phosphate issue… Until Dr. Jane Lubchenco got full control of the BP Deepwater Horizon Oil spilll and fully loosened control of millions of gallons “COREXIT!!! Marine Estuaries were the dear Doctors forte as she based her Phd on this eco based relationship… Please checkout this link:

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