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WGCU-FCIR Collaboration Wins Regional Edward R. Murrow Award

“Florida’s Shrinking Workforce” was named best news series.

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Obama in Everglades: ‘Climate Change Can’t Be Denied’

Obama was here on Earth Day to highlight the future dangers associated with climate change.

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On Earth Day, President Obama to Give Climate Change Speech in Everglades

The speech comes one month after FCIR reported that state employees were prohibited from using the terms “climate change” and “global warming.”

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DEP Email: Stay ‘On Message’ When It Comes to Sea-Level Rise

An email exchange among Florida Department of Environmental Protection employees responding to a media request to talk about sea-level rise hints that the department had a message that had to be adhered to when it came to the cause.

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Manatee Harassment Is On The Rise At Florida Springs, Environmentalists Say

When it comes to congregating peacefully with manatees, visitors at a pair of Florida’s national parks could care less, according to a group representing civil stewards of public land.

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Florida Power & Light Accuses FCIR of ‘Factual Errors and Misleading Claims’

We are publishing FPL’s memo in full, as well as FCIR’s point-by-point response.

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National Media Discovers Jeb Bush is a Hispanophile

The fact that Florida’s ex-governor checked the wrong box on a 2009 voter registration form is not as damaging to his presidential ambitions as another report crediting his policies with ending affirmative action at state universities.

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Florida’s State Employees Preparing for Climate Change, Even as Governor Bans the Phrase

Writing in The New Republic, FCIR’s Tristram Korten rounds up his reporting so far on Florida’s “climate change” ban.

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‘Climate Change’ Ban? Then Why Are There References in State Documents? We’ll Explain

Your questions answered.

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FCIR Editor Discusses Florida’s ‘Climate Change’ Ban on National Radio Shows

Tristram Korten was on “To the Point” and “Here and Now” for his story about Florida’s ban on the terms “global warming” and “climate change.”

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