November 28, 2022
Florida Business News

Florida faces more reinsurance problems

As Florida lawmakers try to stabilize the troubled property-insurance system next month, they could face worsening problems with reinsurance, a critical part of the system.

Florida hospitals weren’t ready for Hurricane Ian. Some fear the next big storm.

Despite being under evacuation orders and in the path of the catastrophic storm, five hospitals remained open and removed only a handful of patients before the Category 4 hurricane made landfall.

Opinion: This hurricane season showed the value of investing in a stronger, smarter energy grid

The most important preparation for extreme weather is through sustained, long-term investments to build a stronger and smarter energy grid, as evidenced by this past hurricane season.

Thousands of Florida’s ‘nuisance alligators’ are killed each year. Is it necessary?

More than 184,000 gators in Florida have been killed since 1997, according to Florida wildlife officials. But the bar needed to kill them is low.

Florida state report shows toxic algae levels

Scientists are saying a red tide bloom that’s lingered along the coast for a few weeks is now being fed by nutrients running off the landscape in the wake of Hurricane Ian.

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