By: Chad Edwards The 1972 Clean Water Act (CWA) was intended to protect the nation’s waterways from pollution by making lakes, rivers, and streams safe for swimming, fishing, and a host of other activities. Without enforcement, however, this law alone packs little punch in protecting the environment. The federal government relies on state agencies to … Continue reading Enforcement of the Clean Water Act in Florida
By: Scarlet Rush Electric vehicles are currently said to be one of the most savvy ways to decrease a person’s personal carbon footprint. Electric cars run completely on rechargeable batteries unlike the typical gasoline run vehicles. The reason gasoline fueled cars are bad for the environment is due to the two main gases they emit: … Continue reading Are Electric Vehicles Really as Green as Advertised?
By: Lexi Carroll On August 16, 2021, the United States Bureau of Reclamation declared a shortage on the Colorado River for the first time. Although such national recognition is unprecedented, the water crisis is not. The Colorado River has been a precious commodity for Western states for over a century. In 1922, competing state interests … Continue reading Southwest Water Crisis Continues: The Colorado River Shortage