State representatives and residents are gearing up to prepare for how climate change will impact the state’s coastlines, agriculture and important natural habitats.
Despite the environmental missteps of the past and any current damage still ensuing, political and personal choices are morphing.
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Opponents worry about how the withdrawals will impact water quality and quantity in the state.
Conservation lands act as natural buffers that filter pollution from runoff before it enters our waterways.
Warmer waters are leading to smaller oysters, while the dumping of ships ballast water can exacerbate the spread of coral disease.
Invasive species compete with native animals and plants for resources like food and habitat, often upsetting the balance of natural ecosystems.
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The Task Force will meet to continue discussing progress toward reducing the adverse impacts of blue-green algae blooms now and over the next five years.