Looking to catch up on some of Florida’s environmental news? We’ve gathered a few of the stories our team is reading this month.
The researchers hope that growing specific viruses at scale and releasing them into affected areas will give us a new tool in treating algae blooms.
A warmer future could continually add more water to the stratosphere and initiate ozone losses over North America.
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The model can look at historical data to see which natural events have caused high sea levels in the past.
Sea urchins eat algae that if left unchecked, can smother coral reefs.
The task force will be discussing progress toward reducing the adverse impacts of blue-green algae blooms now and over the next five years.
Need ideas for New Year’s resolutions? Consider committing to at least one sustainability-focused resolution for 2020.
This Black Friday, #OptOutside and experience the benefits of nature.
Flash droughts that affected 16 states between September and October also hit farmers in the Florida panhandle.