Several proposed renewable energy bills look to decrease the amount of greenhouse gas emissions that drive climate change.
Water Quality and Quantity
Growing water demand and water quality threats pose a risk to Florida’s water supply. Several bills aim to address the future of our water resources.
Plastics and Pollution
An existing statewide preemption prohibits cities from enforcing single-use plastic bans. This session legislators are looking to reverse that preemption.
Proposed legislation looks to catch up with the impacts of climate change while establishing a plan for the future.
Habitats, Biodiversity and Conservation
Measures include prohibiting oil and gas drilling in the Everglades, addressing wildlife racketeering and reversing a 2020 rights of nature preemption.
While one new bill touches on agriculture and water pollution, others deal with regulation, taxation and rights for Florida farmers.
Planning and Development
Several bills have been introduced this session to help plan for the future, balancing with the health of our state’s natural resources and landscapes.