The UN climate conference has designated conserving and restoring freshwater ecosystems a top priority.
Plastic pollution has been linked to a variety of negative issues, including infertility and cancer in humans.
By helping Florida communities navigate intensifying climate-related risks, the insurance industry could also help itself.
Florida rejects federal funding meant to reduce tailpipe emissions; state considers easing Keys growth limits
The Florida Department of Transportation secretary turned down $320 million, arguing federal officials overstepped their authority.
Researchers found that after a hurricane, the number of rental units usually decreases, which leads to higher rent prices.
Empowering tomorrow: Museum of Discovery and Science’s Hub for Resilience Education paves the way for climate action in South Florida
Through the Hub, MODS is committed to presenting cutting-edge scientific concepts linked to coastal resilience and climate change.
Solar microgrid community planned in Lakeland; Fort Lauderdale starts flooding fix for 25 neighborhoods
The Lakeland project will include 77 homes with solar panels, linked together to pool energy in a central battery storage...
Miami Wilds is a water park planned next to the zoo on critical habitats for endangered species, such as the Florida...
Findings like this are important because they fundamentally change how we study and conserve biodiversity.
Living shorelines use natural solutions – installed plants and habitat structures – to strengthen beaches against erosion.
Three months after Idalia, many here are more preoccupied with recovery than COP28.
Hurricane season ends with 20 named storms but just 1 US landfall; Senate committee investigating Citizens Property Insurance
The hurricane season produced the fourth-most named storms on record, but only Idalia made landfall in the US.
In an era of increasingly erratic climate patterns, infrastructure designed and constructed to withstand these fluctuations is essential.
Changes that cut emissions could include avoiding cruises, which burn about 560,000 gallons of fuel per day.
Temperatures were between 103 and 104 degrees Plant City for nine days in August, the hottest in the city’s recorded...