Tell Me About: Waste Incineration in Florida
Waste incineration was devised as a method for managing our waste while generating energy, but there are increasing concerns over its environmental and public...
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.
Tell Me About: Living Shorelines in Florida
Florida's extensive coastlines provide incredible resources for the state's residents, ecosystems, and economy. It also means the shores are very susceptible...
Tell Me About: Threats to Mangroves in Florida
Mangrove forests are highly productive and incredibly unique ecosystems that tolerate copious amounts of saltwater and are home to immense biodiversity....
Tell Me About: Offset Credits & Additionality
What is it? As the world begins to focus more on reducing greenhouse gas emissions, many companies are under increasing…
Hurricanes in Florida: What’s the Lingo?
Read on to keep up-to-date on hurricane terms, symbols, measurement instruments, current research and more!
Here’s How to Keep the Planet in Mind While Prepping for a Hurricane (video)
How can you minimize waste while making sure you are ready for a hurricane? Watch this video for some tips!
Keeping Cows Cool in a Changing Climate
As global temperatures remain on the rise it’s becoming increasingly important to safeguard the wellbeing of our livestock.
Tampa Bay’s New Focus on Climate Justice
In response to rampant development and chronic flooding, local officials are working to address the impacts of climate change in frontline communities.
From Puerto Rico to Central Florida: Environmental Disaster Threatens, Perpetuates Circular Migration
When Hurricanes Irma and Maria struck Puerto Rico massive migration from the island to places like Central Florida occurred.