As the 2024 election draws near, voters deserve to know how candidates intend to tackle climate change
The candidates should be asked questions intended to spark a serious and grounded conversation on climate solutions.
As the climate crisis intensifies, Floridians can only hope their leader will refocus his attention on pressing environmental issues.
Imagine a Florida without oranges, Maine without blueberries or California without wine.
The Institute for Economics and Peace estimates that by 2050, the world could witness an astounding 1.2 billion climate refugees.
A steady increase in costly storms is leading insurance companies to drive up premiums or stop insuring Florida homeowners.
The warming planet and marine waters are bringing the topic of climate change and solutions to the forefront of conversations.
A record number of Florida Republicans agree that human actions are causing climate change.
This year, scientists estimate there is more than 10 million metric tons of sargassum in the Atlantic belt.
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