Arctic Exposed: What Greenland Can Tell Us About Water’s Future in a Changing World
Greenland’s ice is melting at an increasing rate, transforming previously ice-covered landscapes exposed and making way for new ecosystems to flourish.
10 Reasons to be Thankful in Florida
Take a step back and practice gratitude for all the wonders that make the Sunshine State a unique paradise worth preserving.
Saving Seagrass from Scarring
Read on to learn how boaters can play a part in conserving seagrass communities.
Why Did the Panther Cross the Road?
How wildlife crossings help manage wildlife movement in the face of rapid urbanization.
Trees Provide Hope in the Slowing of Climate Change — But They Can’t Do It Alone
Restoration efforts are aiming to restore the ability of forests to store our carbon dioxide emissions and slow the rate of global warming.
The Bellwether Bird of Florida’s Wetlands
What can snail kites can tell us about Florida’s changing environment?
A Timeline of the Piney Point Wastewater Disaster
Explore our timeline to take a look back at the long history of the site and to catch up on what’s been happening lately.
Florida’s Environment: What Happened this Session
Our student-led team has sifted through thousands of bills to find those that pertain to our state’s environment.
By Saving the Sea Cows, We’re Saving Ourselves
The varied and complicated threats facing manatees are the same threats facing Florida’s waterways and those who depend on them.
How Combating Food Waste Can Help Our Environment
While food waste can unnecessarily threaten global food security, it also places a burden on our natural environment.