When you think “Biscayne,” think “Project Biscayne”, says environmentalist

On March 7, a group of environmentalists and land use advocates staged a protest in front of the federal courthouse in Miami, Florida, protesting the construction of a $1.6 billion, five-lane golf course that they say will harm the environment.

“This is the kind of project that is not only a disaster for the environment, but will also harm the health and wellbeing of all the people on the golf course,” said environmentalist and co-founder of Biscayce Project, Jennifer M. Johnson, in a statement.

“Birds, bats, birds, bats and wildlife are being killed and threatened every day because of these mega golf courses.”

“Bees are dying at alarming rates,” she added.

“And we’ve seen how devastating the effects are for people’s health and the quality of their lives, and we are calling for a moratorium on this project.”

According to Johnson, the new project will destroy a protected wildlife habitat, kill thousands of birds, and destroy millions of trees that are native to the area.

The protest was staged in front, and across, from the Federal Courthouse.

A number of environmental groups have previously held protests in front or in front-of-federal courthouses to highlight environmental damage from projects that are being constructed.

Johnson and her colleagues at Biscaye Project believe that the project will have “an impact on every species in this entire area,” and that the impact on the environment will be catastrophic.

“Projects like this have been shown to destroy a species and its habitat, and it will be the same thing for us as well,” Johnson told Business Insider in an interview.

“We’ve seen it in other places, and I think we’ve really seen it here.

A petition that was signed by more than 2,000 people has also called for a ban on the project. “

The fact that the United States is still on this fossil fuel treadmill, and the fact that we’re still on the path to becoming a carbon-intensive society, that will have an impact on our health and our wellbeing for generations to come.”

A petition that was signed by more than 2,000 people has also called for a ban on the project.

“No matter how much the federal government claims to be fighting climate change, this project will only further endanger this beautiful landscape.” “

Johnson told us that the group is looking to sue the Federal Department of the Interior (DOI) and the United State Department of Transportation (USDOOT) over the project, and she is also calling on the US Secretary of the Treasury, Steven Mnuchin, to impose sanctions against the US Government for not stopping the project immediately.”

No matter how much the federal government claims to be fighting climate change, this project will only further endanger this beautiful landscape.”

Johnson told us that the group is looking to sue the Federal Department of the Interior (DOI) and the United State Department of Transportation (USDOOT) over the project, and she is also calling on the US Secretary of the Treasury, Steven Mnuchin, to impose sanctions against the US Government for not stopping the project immediately.