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 water managers are bracing for a potential water shortage months after massive releases from Lake Okeechobee triggered widespread toxic algae.
Florida wildlife authorities say four species no longer will be listed as imperiled.
One South Florida Water Management District board member says he’s concerned for Everglades restoration as Gov. Ron DeSantis calls for resignations from the entire board.
DeSantis Calls On Entire Water Management District Board To Resign, Unveils Sweeping Toxic Algae Plan
Gov. Ron DeSantis has called for the resignation of the entire South Florida Water Management District governing board.
President Donald Trump has signed into law a bill expanding funding in response to toxic algae.
Environmental groups are taking legal action against restoration plans for 15 of Florida’s most important springs and hundreds of smaller springs.
Eight Florida youth have amended a lawsuit accusing the state of failing to protect them from climate change to name Gov.-elect Ron DeSantis.
Orange County Property Appraiser Rick Singh has reached a settlement in a federal lawsuit filed by a former employee alleging discrimination and misconduct.
A new report estimates oyster numbers in the Gulf of Mexico are down by as much as 85 percent from historic levels.
Indian River Lagoon Shellfish Have World’s Highest-Known Numbers Of Microplastics. Researchers Ask Why
Indian River Lagoon shellfish have the highest-known numbers of microplastics in the world, and researchers want to know why.