Article courtesy of The News-Press Editorial Board | April 27, 2016 | The News-Press | Shared as educational material.
How to solve the water pollution problem in South Florida keeps getting more complicated. Economic, political, and industrial inefficacy prevent finding solutions for many of Florida’s water systems, including the infamous Lake Okeechobee. Water storage projects and land acquisition strategies are pivotal to controlling bad water flows that kill marine life. But current projects do not suffice to solve the problem. We must look to holistic solutions that will conserve existing wetlands and provide sustainable, clean sources of water for Florida’s inhabitants. Read more about it here: http://newspr.es/2udnHcc