What’s going on? With over 55 species of cockroach in the United States, it can be difficult to tell them … Continued
What’s going on? The Schaus swallowtail butterfly is endemic to Florida, meaning it isn’t found anywhere else. Its habitat consists … Continued
Waste incineration was devised as a method for managing our waste while generating energy, but there are increasing concerns over its environmental and public health impacts.
Learn how to identify credible ecolabels and avoid products claiming to be “all natural” or “eco-friendly” without third-party certification.
Otherwise known as per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS), these highly stable manmade chemicals are widespread in our environment, homes, and even our drinking water.
For National Garden Month, learn how you can make your garden more environmentally friendly!
Almost every summer in Florida, you hear news about red tide. But what exactly is it, and why is it so talked about? Watch now to learn more!
To pair with the rest of our educational content in each Earth to Florida newsletter, we bring you monthly updates … Continued
The Florida Wildlife Corridor Act aims to better connect Florida’s natural lands and prevent habitat fragmentation.
Read our April updates on statewide environmental news from our monthly newsletter, Earth to Florida.