State representatives and residents are gearing up to prepare for how climate change will impact the state’s coastlines, agriculture and important natural habitats.
Despite the environmental missteps of the past and any current damage still ensuing, political and personal choices are morphing.
Explore the links in this post to learn more about proposed legislation that pertains to Florida’s environment and natural resources.
The bill would create the Florida Office of Resiliency and a task force to develop strategies to address sea level rise fostered by climate change.
A warmer future could continually add more water to the stratosphere and initiate ozone losses over North America.
The model can look at historical data to see which natural events have caused high sea levels in the past.
By 2100, up to 480 million people worldwide face coastal flooding — and some Florida communities are already seeing the impacts.
A new study shows that urbanization shifts seasonal cues in nuanced ways.
Managing our environment in a way that is harmonious with the state’s more than 21 million people can be challenging.
Florida is often referred to as ground zero for sea level rise. As king tides lead to higher-than-average flooding in Southeast Florida, state and local lawmakers are taking notice.