Amy GreenReporter and Producer
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Amy Green covers the environment for 90.7 News.
She is an award-winning journalist who has worked as a regular contributor to NPR, PEOPLE, Newsweek, The New York Times, The Christian Science Monitor and other top news organizations.
She is a Florida native with a zeal for chronicling the spurts and pains of her fast-growing, adolescent home state. She lives in Orlando with her daughter, who makes it all worthwhile.
Recent Stories from Amy Green
Florida is the nation’s largest producer of sugar cane, responsible for half of the country’s crop. Sugar’s environmental impact here is bitterly debated as work now begins among the sprawling fields south of Lake Okeechobee on a reservoir aimed at Everglades restoration.
A federal judge Thursday warned attorneys representing the Pulse gunman’s widow not to miss any more deadlines.
The formal conversation on what a Pulse memorial and museum might look is poised to begin.
The Florida father of a protester killed when a car plowed into peaceful protesters in Charlottesville says his daughter was passionate about equality for all.
New research shows the sea rose at six times the global rate in the southeastern United States between 2011 and 2015.
The Florida panther’s endangered status is under review.
State environmental agencies say an algae bloom in Lake Okeechobee is not toxic.
A 120-acre wildfire outside of Titusville is contained.
More than 80,000 septic systems are in Brevard County, and the vast majority of them contribute to groundwater that ends up in the troubled Indian River Lagoon. A $303 million lagoon cleanup is getting underway after county voters last fall overwhelming approved a sales tax funding it.
The state agency overseeing Everglades restoration is threatening to stop participating in congressionally mandated scientific reviews of its progress.