A new study shows that urbanization shifts seasonal cues in nuanced ways.
Red tide blooms in the Gulf of Mexico can be expected in the fall almost every year and 2019 is no exception.
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.
Hurricane season impacted the green sea turtle population as the effects of Dorian were felt along Florida’s Atlantic coast.
As cities feel the cost of flooding, they are taking measures to address stormwater issues and how to pay for them.
This month, we challenge you to repair broken items, give them new life and keep them out of the trash bin.
Meanwhile, residents advocate for Santa Fe bill of rights and scientists find worrisome trends in the St. Johns River.
The researchers want to know whether a suite of community-scale food, water and energy sectors can be effective in terms of resilience and sustainability.
Too much nitrogen and phosphorus in our waterways can lead to harmful algal blooms, like the blue-green algae blooms we observe in Lake Okeechobee.