Bonnie Malloy

Senior Attorney Florida Office


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Bonnie Malloy is a senior attorney with the Florida office. She is based in Tallahassee.

Prior to joining Earthjustice, Bonnie worked at the Florida Department of Environmental Protection, where she prosecuted enforcement actions and then served as in-house counsel for the Department’s Environmental Resource Permitting, Mitigation Banks and Mining Programs.

Bonnie graduated magna cum laude from Florida State University College of Law in 2010 with a certificate in Environmental and Land Use Law. She co-founded FSU’s Animal Law Society and later became President of Pets Ad Litem, a nonprofit organization that advocates for animal rights and provides education on the humane treatment of animals.

The Latest from Bonnie Malloy

March 8, 2024

In the News: Fort Myers News-Press

Wetlands permitting battle continues, state expected to appeal federal ruling

"The trigger for (the state) to file an appeal hasn't happened yet because the court hasn't rendered a final judgment yet. This is something developers sought because they could get permits quicker than when they go through the (U.S. Army) Corps process, but there were several illegal shortcuts they took putting Florida's program together."
A Florida panther at White Oak Conservation Center
October 12, 2021

5 Things We Can Do Now to Save the Florida Panther

Three panthers, including a kitten, were killed on Florida's roads just in the last week of September.
April 13, 2021

In the News: USA Today

Florida officials plan to close Piney Point after fears of reservoir breach caused evacuations, pollution

"The state has to make adequate investment to clean the water, close the site and make commitments to regulation and enforcement that ensures we are never on the edge of a disaster like this again. This is a first step, and we need to see the follow-through before we celebrate.“
Female panther at the Picayune Strand State Forest in Collier County.
February 11, 2021

Endangered Florida Panther’s Fight for Survival Takes a Big Hit

Florida developers are paying staff at the federal agency that’s reviewing the permits they seek in the Florida panther’s territory.
February 10, 2021

In the News: The News-Press

Endangered Florida panther's fight for survival takes a big hit

An opinion piece
A "vessel of opportunity" skims oil spilled after the Deepwater Horizon well blowout in the Gulf of Mexico in April 2010. A measure on Florida's ballot this fall could help to prevent future spills.
October 31, 2018

Florida Voters Pass Offshore Drilling Ban

Amendment 9 will help protect Florida's fragile coastlines from drilling regardless of which politicians run the state.
Coral Gables, Florida
November 16, 2017

Florida Towns Started Banning Styrofoam. Then Industry Crumpled the Movement.

The city of Coral Gables is going to court to keep its beaches clean.