Red tides and blue-green algae outbreaks are wreaking havoc along hundreds of miles of Florida’s coastlines. Some causes may be natural, but human actions and climate change are contributing to what many consider the worst fish kills Florida has ever experienced.
In this episode, host Lawrence Gunther talks to Brett Fitzgerald (above), executive director of the Angler Action Program, who describes the true extent of Florida’s ecological crisis and how anglers are responding.
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