Pollution Concerns In Florida Grow Over Return Of Big Cruise Ships

Water around the Florida coast has been cleaner during the Covid-19 pandemic as a result of minimal pollution. NBC News’ Josh Lederman takes an in-depth look to see what the cause might be.

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23 thoughts on “Pollution Concerns In Florida Grow Over Return Of Big Cruise Ships

  1. Cruise ships are floating petri dishes. They have had one outbreak after another including SARS, Norovirus, Legionaires disease, Covid, and Salmonella outbreaks. Unsolved and unprosecuted rapes and murders happen as well because no country has jurisdiction over these ships. These ships also dump their waste in the ocean with impunity. Why does anyone want to pay a fortune to get on a floating drunk tank and swim in a deck top swimming pool that passes for a toilet bowl?

  2. The environment is fine. If we want to talk to some people who need to clean up their act, let's talk to China and India. I want to see all the billionaires and millionaires in America who claimed that climate change is destroying the world, to give up their yachts and stop using private jets and do all the things that they ask everyone else to do in the name of climate change.

  3. Toitu te marae a Tane-Mahuta, Toitu te marae a Tangaroa, Toitu te tangata.

    If the land is well and the sea is well, the people will thrive.

    "Act according to the seasons and the nature of the land and you will enjoy great success through little effort." – Jia Sixie.

  4. You know, when you’re on these tiny islands and all of a sudden a massive machine lines up right next to the bar where you’re enjoying some music….it is a very unsettling and unnatural feeling that takes away from being on a tiny island to begin with. There are many ways to reach any of the islands that don’t involve cruise ships. Whereas, Miami and Ft Lauderdale are not far if your bound for these islands to really enjoy them for more than an afternoon. All around, it’s too bad for the locals – either they get that short term (throw away) customer or they wait until the vacation season opens. As a consumer, I would prefer the latter.

  5. When did mud become pollution? I absolutely love all reading all the wah-wah crybaby responses. If you snowflakes had any money to buy stock in cruise lines you wouldn't have a word to say. You sad pawns for the rich leftist elites.

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