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Pub. 3 Abr 2023 – 09:07 AM EDT
Act. 3 Abr 2023 – 09:34 AM EDT

Burmese python invasion spreading in Florida and no solution in sight, study warns

A study called the threat of Burmese pythons in Florida "one of the most intractable invasive species management problems worldwide." While they wreak havoc in the Everglades, they do not appear to be a threat to urban areas, experts say. ( Leer en español)
Pub. 21 Mar 2023 – 06:07 PM EDT
Act. 26 Mar 2023 – 12:08 PM EDT

Florida beaches face double threat: red tide and giant floating mass of seaweed

Tourists face warnings about toxic red tide off the beaches on Florida's west coast and the foul stench of dead fish. Another algae - sargassum seaweed - is arriving in Mexico and will soon be headed for South Florida. Meanwhile, scientists are trying to figure out what causes the blooming of sargassum and red tide.
Pub. 27 Dic 2022 – 03:02 PM EST
Act. 3 Ene 2023 – 03:37 PM EST

The strange phenomenon of sleepy iguanas this Christmas in Florida

Florida iguanas can't stand the cold. It has become a natural way to control the state's non-native reptile population. Some did not survive the cold this holiday season, although it wasn't like the "iguana rain" of the winter of 2010. ( Leer en español)
Pub. 8 Nov 2022 – 11:24 AM EST
Act. 8 Nov 2022 – 11:24 AM EST

How the high-seas are both a dystopian netherworld and a place of impossible wonder

The seventh - and final - episode of The Outlaw Ocean podcast, discusses the importance of investigative reporting in a time of piracy, lax law enforcement and clickbait journalism.
Pub. 31 Oct 2022 – 02:55 PM EDT
Act. 31 Oct 2022 – 02:55 PM EDT

Oil spills aren’t the big problem; intentional dumping is

When a ship inadvertently spills oil, it’s big news. But according to an investigation by The Outlaw Ocean Project, a non-profit journalism organization based in Washington D.C, every three years, ships intentionally dump more oil than the Exxon Valdez and BP spills combined.
Pub. 26 Oct 2022 – 06:40 PM EDT
Act. 26 Oct 2022 – 06:42 PM EDT

A third of all fish is turned into something you never heard of

The Outlaw Ocean Project traveled to West Africa for an offshore patrol where hundreds of Chinese and other fishing boats trawl for fish meal production, cratering the local food source and polluting the coastline.
4 min de lectura
Pub. 23 Oct 2022 – 11:33 AM EDT
Act. 23 Oct 2022 – 11:36 AM EDT

Mystery of the disappearing mahi-mahi divides fishermen

The colorful dolphinfish, or mahi-mahi, is one of the most coveted species for recreational fishermen as well as the commercial vessels. Charter boat captains in Florida and Puerto Rico say they are seeing far fewer and much smaller fish in recent years. But who is to blame isn’t clear, and some point to climate change. ( Lea este artículo en español)
7 min de lectura
Pub. 11 Oct 2022 – 01:13 PM EDT
Act. 11 Oct 2022 – 01:23 PM EDT

The immigrant workers helping rebuild Southwest Florida after Hurricane Ian

Many immigrants lost their homes during Hurricane Ian but they were among the first on the street cleaning up after Hurricane Ian. Others are joining them from other parts of the country, with the help of the non-profit Resiliency Force.
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Pub. 5 Oct 2022 – 12:18 PM EDT
Act. 13 Oct 2022 – 06:33 PM EDT

Hurricane Ian: what went wrong in Florida? Are there lessons we can learn?

Hurricane Ian reminded us that storms are unpredictable and pose an increasing risk to unprepared and heavily populated coastal communities. What should governments do to mitigate the impact? ( Leer en español)
7 min de lectura
Pub. 5 Oct 2022 – 12:08 PM EDT
Act. 5 Oct 2022 – 12:55 PM EDT

Photos show devastation from Hurricane Ian in Fort Myers

The city of Fort Myers on Florida's west coast took a direct hit from Hurricane Ian, whose category 4 winds, rain and storm surge devastated the area. Aerial and land-based images show the destruction.
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Pub. 4 Oct 2022 – 11:41 AM EDT
Act. 4 Oct 2022 – 11:41 AM EDT

The discovery of the world’s largest illegal fishing fleet

The longest law-enforcement chase in nautical history, spanning 110-days and 10,000-miles, featured a bunch of vigilantes pursuing Interpol’s most wanted illegal fishing ship. Slaloming around icebergs in a deadly glacier field, cutting through a category 5 storm, this chase only ended when one of the ships sank. To discuss why illegal fishing is so rampant and unchecked, this episode takes us from the capture of the world’s most notorious scofflaw vessel in African waters to the seas off the coast of North Korea where we discover the planet’s largest illegal fishing. Listen to Episode Two of the new podcast series The Outlaw Ocean from CBC Podcasts and the L.A. Times.
3 min de lectura
Pub. 2 Oct 2022 – 10:59 AM EDT
Act. 2 Oct 2022 – 11:26 AM EDT

In the aftermath of Ian, Latino workers in Southwest Florida prioritize others for their own economic survival

They lost their own homes, but in the aftermath of Hurricane Ian many Hispanic immigrants are sacrificing their own lives to help others. Some lost their jobs due to the storm and now worry about paying rent and bills coming due this month. ( Leer es español)
6 min de lectura
Pub. 28 Sep 2022 – 06:34 PM EDT
Act. 28 Sep 2022 – 07:57 PM EDT

Florida's population growth and climate change make a recipe for disaster

Hurricane Ian impacted Southwest Florida which has seen some of the fastest population and housing growth in the country. While some residents are among the wealthiest in the nation, living in Naples beachfront mansions, others are poor farm workers in Immokalee, living in trailers.
5 min de lectura
Pub. 26 Sep 2022 – 05:08 PM EDT
Act. 4 Oct 2022 – 11:25 AM EDT

How the mystery of a massacre at sea ultimately led to a conviction

A tireless investigation chronicles murder on the high seas. Listen to this dramatic first episode of the new podcast series The Outlaw Ocean from CBC Podcasts and the L.A. Times.
3 min de lectura
Pub. 18 Jun 2022 – 01:42 PM EDT
Act. 26 Sep 2022 – 05:05 PM EDT

Murder in the Amazon: how much are Bolsonaro's policies to blame?

A federal police investigator said a suspect confessed and detailed what happened to British journalist, Dom Phillips, and Brazilian indigenous rights defender, Bruno Pereira.
5 min de lectura
Pub. 16 May 2022 – 12:21 PM EDT
Act. 16 May 2022 – 12:27 PM EDT

The new insurance crisis: homeowners hit by rising premiums in 2022

Insurance is literally going up across the country, especially in Florida, where the industry is being hit by a perfect storm of hurricanes, roofing fraud and litigation. In Florida, property insurance premiums are expected to rise as much as 40% this year. ( Leer en español)
8 min de lectura
Pub. 20 Feb 2022 – 04:00 PM EST
Act. 20 Feb 2022 – 04:18 PM EST

Aviones que se tambalean y abandonan el aterrizaje: así afectaron los fuertes vientos este aeropuerto de Londres

La tormenta Eunice provocó fuertes vientos de hasta 122 mph en Londres, Inglaterra, causando la cancelación de cientos de vuelos, el abandono del aterrizaje por varios pilotos y el desvío de muchos otros hacia aeropuertos en otros países. Más noticias aquí.
Pub. 18 Dic 2021 – 02:33 PM EST
Act. 18 Dic 2021 – 02:57 PM EST

Tornadoes in December: are they a sign of climate change?

Like hurricanes, tornadoes are driven by thermal energy in the atmosphere. Scientists say that warmer-than-usual temperatures in the Gulf of Mexico and a December heat wave across much of the US may have played a role in the formation of recent tornadoes.
5 min de lectura
1 Nov 2021 – 02:08 PM EDT

'The Big Melt': stories from the frontlines of climate change

A new book tell first hand stories from Antarctica, Panama, Peru and Fiji that help shed light on the climate crisis and the international efforts of scientists, activists and politicians to address it. ( Leer en español)
8 min de lectura
1 Nov 2021 – 01:51 PM EDT

On the front line of climate change: how sea level affects these islands in Panama

Rising sea levels are forcing some residents of the autonomous indigenous community of Guna Yala, off Panama's Atlantic coast, to relocate to the mainland. Their fate is an important test case as more coastal communities face the prospect of becoming "climate refugees." ( Ver/leer en español)
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