UN SDG #15 Life on Land UN SDG #15

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Harmful Agricultural Practices in the Everglades

The outdated and unnecessary practice of burning sugarcane is costly to affected communities and the natural environment-- damaging water, air and quality of life. The water pollution and consequent harmful algae build-up threatens health, drinking water, wildlife, property values, the tourism economy, and waterfront communities everywhere from the Panhandle to the Keys.

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Harmful Agricultural Practices in the Everglades

The outdated and unnecessary practice of burning sugarcane is costly to affected communities and the natural environment-- damaging water, air and quality of life. The water pollution and consequent harmful algae build-up threatens health, drinking water, wildlife, property values, the tourism economy, and waterfront communities everywhere from the Panhandle to the Keys.
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