• Dave Harmon, PW editor

Scientists, enviros search for solutions to dying seagrass beds at heart of Biscayne NP

A blockbuster report this past February concluded that in certain spots, up to 93 percent of Biscayne Bay’s seagrass is dead. The report was so grave that several groups, both inside and outside of government, are rapidly trying to come up with solutions.

The “Report on the Findings of the County’s Study on the Decline of Seagrass and Hardbottom Habitat in Biscayne Bay” outlines the current state of seagrass habitat and the changes it has incurred over the past several years.

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Brazil resumes privatizing some NP operations

Brazil’s government has resumed the privatization of its national park operations in regions with “enormous” potential for tourism activity, but lacking in visitor infrastructure, officials at Embra