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Amy Green

Amy Green

Reporter and Producer

Amy Green is a general assignment reporter. She specializes in the environment and science.

Amy has worked as a regular contributor to PEOPLE, Newsweek, The New York Times, The Christian Science Monitor and many other publications. She is a former Associated Press reporter in the Nashville, Tenn., bureau.

Amy is a Florida native. She lives in Orlando with her husband and daughter.

Recent Stories from Amy Green

Dyer Joins International City Leaders At Climate Change Gathering

Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer and city leaders from across the globe met Thursday in Washington on the topic of climate change. The meeting was part of an effort by the U.S. State Department and Bloomberg Philanthropies to organize city leaders worldwide around the issue.

Florida Wildlife Authorities Plan Forum On Coyotes

There’s been a surge of coyote attacks on pets in Maitland, and Monday evening wildlife officials will hold a forum for residents. Maitland is the latest area of central Florida to encounter nuisance coyotes. College Park also has had problems.

UPDATE: Judge Affirms Florida Bear Hunt

A judge has ruled Florida’s first bear hunt in two decades may proceed later this month. The judge ruled Thursday against environmentalists who argue the hunt will damage the population of the animal that was removed from the state’s threatened list in 2012.

Photo courtesy the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services

State Agrees To Protect Seminole County Ranch Land

Seminole County ranch land is among nearly 3,000 acres now protected from future development. The land will be protected under conservation easements just agreed upon by the Florida Cabinet.

Florida Considers Statewide Water Policy As Supply Dwindles

Each year legislative and business leaders gather to discuss the state of Florida’s water. This year’s Florida Water Forum drew some 200 leaders to Orlando for updates on the state’s water and environmental policy.

Chip Merriam of the Orlando Utilities Commission addresses the 2015 Florida Water Forum. Photo by Amy Green

Putnam: Florida Faces Water Shortfall By 2030

Agriculture Commissioner Adam Putnam says Florida faces a water shortfall of more than a billion gallons daily by 2030. He addressed legislative and business leaders Friday in Orlando at the Florida Water Forum, on what he says will be the state’s largest long-term issue.

Environmental Groups Join Legal Fight Against Florida Bear Hunt

Nearly two-dozen environmental groups are joining a legal effort aimed at stopping Florida’s first bear hunt in two decades. They filed a “friend of court” brief Friday in Tallahassee in support of the lawsuit against the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission.

Photo by Amy Green

Environmentalists Protest Florida Bear Hunt

Environmentalists want bear-resistant trash cans rather than a statewide hunt as the response to a growing number of complaints about bears in neighborhoods. They rallied Thursday morning in Orlando to protest next month’s bear hunt.