A Documentary Project that Looks Into Dangerous Forever Chemicals in Florida

PFAS is not only in the Indian River Lagoon, but wildlife's blood at the space center tested at the highest levels of toxic fluorinated chemicals ever measured in the species. 


Forever in Florida is a project of the fall 2020 Environmental Journalism class at the University of Florida. This project looked into the invisible and harmful chemicals known as PFAS and how these compounds are affecting Florida's ecosystem and human health. Watch the short film by Kim Fowler and Amy Fu here: https://projects.wuft.org/foreverinflorida/part-1-forever-in-florida/


Visit the website to learn more about this contamination in Florida: https://projects.wuft.org/foreverinflorida/

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