How is Climate Change Affecting the Indian River Lagoon?
The IRLNEP conducted a 2-year assessment of how climate change is likely to impact the Indian River Lagoon. The technical report may be found on our Resources page. The Community Guide can be accessed below.
I am the Indian River Lagoon, a complex eco-system that has been a source of economic prosperity and enrichment for the entire state of Florida for decades, but now I’m suffering. Working together as one community, and speaking in one voice is the solution to my survival.
Every five years, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency reviews the performance of the IRLNEP to insure its effectiveness and efficiency in implementing its Comprehensive Conservation and Management Plan (CCMP). This evaluation covers the periods between fiscal years 2017 – 2021. View the narrative report, supporting documents and other resources at the link below.
Welcome to “One Lagoon, One Voice: The Podcast,” where members of the Indian River Lagoon National Estuary Program sit down with scientists, researchers, and community leaders to discuss important issues facing the 156-mile-long estuary on [...]
The IRL Council encourages an integrated approach to transportation planning that considers water quality, climate change and cross-jurisdictional solutions to address infrastructure challenges. Read more about the Council’s position on current design plans for State [...]