Environmentally Speaking: January 10th The Right to Clean and Healthy Water
Environmentally speaking is intended to alert, inform and educate residents of Collier and Lee counties about educational events and threats that challenge our unique and delicate Southwest Florida ecosystem.
January 10 at 6 p.m., join SWFL RESET Center via Zoom to hear about the Right to Clean and Healthy Water amendment. Bonasia, the communications director for FloridaRightToCleanWater.org will discuss the need to amend our state constitution with this fundamental right. He will explain key aspects of the law, provide concrete examples showing how it will solve water quality issues in Florida and suggest how the proposed amendment can qualify for the 2024 ballot. Register to attend at SWFLReset.org/events.
January 13 from 2-3 p.m. at FGCU’s Water School, located at 10501 FGCU Blvd. S., in Fort Myers, join the SWFL RESET Center to hear Maya Van Rossum, the Delaware River Waterkeeper and the founder and author of Green Amendments for the Generations, explain how her Green Amendment can be a solution to Florida’s environmental woes. Rossum’s agenda for environmental advocacy empowers people, levels the playing field and provides hope for communities everywhere. Register to attend at SWFLReset.org/events.