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 for NPR, PEOPLE, Newsweek, The New York Times, The Christian Science Monitor and many other top news organizations. Her in-progress book on the Everglades is under contract with Johns Hopkins University Press.
Green is a Florida native and lives in Orlando with her 5-year-old daughter. Someday she hopes to leave her the state better than she found it.
Recent Stories from Amy Green
Oil drilling off the Atlantic and Pacific coasts would be banned permanently under legislation approved this week by the U.S. House of Representatives.
The Brevard Zoo is caring for 20 green sea turtles rescued after hatching prematurely.
Gov. Ron DeSantis says damage from Hurricane Dorian is expected to be in the tens of millions of dollars.
There are reports of widespread beach erosion in Brevard County after Hurricane Dorian.
Florida is spared of a direct hit in the latest forecasts Saturday that show Hurricane Dorian on a path toward the Bahamas and then north toward the Carolinas.
Hurricane Dorian: Central Floridians Stock Up, Governor Wants Early Disaster Declaration And Burglars Beware
Central Floridians are snapping up supplies ahead of Hurricane Dorian’s potentially devastating landfall over the holiday weekend.
Central Florida Puerto Ricans are watching with worry as Hurricane Dorian menaces the island.
Wildlife managers are investigating whether toxin exposure is to blame for walking abnormalities seen in a small number of Florida panthers.
The water is safe. Those are the words of Melbourne’s public works and utilities director as some 200 residents gathered Tuesday evening for a town hall meeting on the community’s drinking water.
Lake Washington is Brevard County’s largest lake and for Melbourne, a primary source of drinking water. 90.7 economic analyst Hank Fishkind says a large bloom of toxic algae on the lake points to bigger problems with Central Florida’s drinking water. He talked with 90.7 environmental reporter Amy Green.