Posted in Business Environment

Gulf Power tackles Rechargeable Battery technology

By Duwayne Escobedo INWEEKLY Think of rechargeable batteries like the ones that power your cell phones, laptops or electric cars. Gulf Power is testing a…

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Climate Change: With or Without Paris Accord – tonight

Press release: President Trump says that he is pulling the U.S. out of the Paris Climate Accord and looking to negotiate a “better deal” for…

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Posted in Environment Pensacola

City of Pensacola blames ECUA for raw sewage in Tanyard

Yesterday, ECUA executive director Steve Sorrell blamed the raw sewage flowing on DeVilliers Street one block west of Pensacola City Hall on the failure of…

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Emerald CoastKeeper on ‘Pensacola Speaks’ today

Emerald Coastkeeper Laurie Murphy will give an update on the latest developments in her investigation of the raw sewage that flooded the Tanyard area one…

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Posted in Environment Pensacola

ECUA confirms raw sewage caused by City of Pensacola stormwater failure

Inweekly obtained this email between ECUA board member Lois Benson and ECUA Executive Director Steve Sorrell. We had earlier reported that the human waste on…

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Posted in Environment Health Pensacola

Reports of human waste flowing in the Tanyard (update)

Dr. Gloria Horning, who lives one block west of Pensacola City Hall on DeVilliers Street in the Tanyard neighborhood, reported late yesterday afternoon, “I’m at…

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Dead zone in the Gulf of Mexico predicted to hit record size

Each year a hypoxic water mass forms in bottom waters of the northern Gulf of Mexico continental shelf. The low oxygen conditions threaten living resources…

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Posted in Environment Pensacola

EPA awards grant for Community Maritime Park brownfield

Today, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) selected 172 communities across the country including five in Florida to receive funding for brownfield site revitalization to…

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Posted in Environment Escambia County Pensacola

Citizens celebrate Carpenter’s Creek efforts

By Sammi Sontag INWEEKLY Locals celebrated and simultaneously discussed Escambia County’s purchase of the 8.5-acre Carpenter’s Creek headwater property and restoration processes over pizza and…

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