Bicycles have a smaller footprint than cars in terms of energy to manufacture, roadways and parking infrastructure!
Our student-led team has sifted through thousands of bills to find those that pertain to our state’s environment.
Both the Florida House of Representatives and Florida Senate have online tools that can make it easier for you to stay informed.
The fact sheets represent information cultivated by 75 scientists representing academia, nonprofit organizations, and local, state, and federal agencies.
As global temperatures remain on the rise it’s becoming increasingly important to safeguard the wellbeing of our livestock.
Hannah Ulloah from the UF Office of Sustainability challenges us to learn more about our carbon footprint and ways to reduce it.
Climate change is leading to rising sea levels around Florida’s coastal cities. But, how much is this costing the state?
Have you ever come across a pond or lake thats surface was overgrown with mucky green plants and algae?
Ongoing research efforts prove there’s still hope for this butterfly — still a spot for it in Florida’s myriad of changing landscapes.
At the beginning of the pandemic, some customers switched from grocery stores to ordering produce from small organic farms.