Don’t let this plant’s beauty fool you! Water hyacinth, or Pontederia/Eichhornia crassipes, is a Category 1 Invasive in Florida and is currently wreaking havoc on freshwater ecosystems all across the state.
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Soil is more than just dirt. It’s a complex ecosystem filled with living things, organic matter, minerals, and even liquids and gases. But soil in Florida is at risk from a number of climate change-related threats and human-caused issues.
When developers apply for permits to build on wetlands, they can buy credits that go toward the upkeep and maintenance of a nearby wetland.
Measures include prohibiting oil and gas drilling in the Everglades, addressing wildlife racketeering and reversing a 2020 rights of nature preemption.
In the U.S., Florida is one of the states that performs the most prescribed burns.
Meanwhile, Florida’s at-risk species face their challenges.
Climate change is causing mass migrations across the globe. These migrations will impact public health, global food supply and human well being.
In Florida, human-animal interactions are inevitable. Here’s what made the news this month.