Hardening Tyndall part of effort to prepare military bases for climate disasters; rising seas and extreme storms threatening cemeteries
The Pentagon is investing at least $5 billion to rebuild and harden Tyndall Air Force Base against hurricanes.
UF scientists find good places to grow long-spined sea urchins, a starting point to restore ‘the lawn mowers of the reefs’
Disease nearly wiped out the long-spined sea urchin in the early 1980s, leading to algae overgrowing reefs.
Summer 2023 was the hottest on record – yes, it’s climate change, but don’t call it ‘the new normal’
Unprecedented heat, downpours, drought and wildfires aren’t 'caused by climate change' – they are climate change.
Starting Oct. 5, the course will be held online via Zoom for six weeks, on Thursday evenings from 6:30 p.m....
NOAA determined that a PortMiami dredging project destroyed at least 278 acres of Florida’s reef and likely killed millions of...
SB 28 seeks to impose a yearly registration fee of $200 on electric vehicles, in addition to regular registration fees.
With 23% of Florida workers classified as outdoor workers, we need to enact protections that respond to our grim climate...
Abnormally hot sea surface temperatures this summer mean the Gulf is still very warm, despite the effects of Idalia’s cooling...
We can’t expect human nature or the nature of politics or profit-making to change anytime soon
Miami-Dade commissioners move forward on outdoor worker heat protections; report reveals hurricane’s impact on Florida agriculture
A committee voted 4-1 in favor of the bill, setting it up for a final vote in front of the...
The EPA is now prevented from being the “gatekeeper” of development and/or pollution of land connected to our drinking water.
Florida group pushes retailers to protect farmworkers from heat; study considers climate change’s impact on historical sites
The Coalition of Immokalee Workers wants retailers to use their clout with growers to improve working conditions for farmworkers.