Wedding Ring Lost In Lauderdale Headed Back To CanadaA ring lost for months off the coast of Lauderdale-By-The-Sea is on its way back to its rightful owner.
Focus on South Florida: Earth Month April is Earth Month. It's an opportunity for us to try to resolve the problems and issues plaguing our global environment. We focus on "sustainable foods", including why we should include them in our diets and the importance of sustainable agriculture in today’s world. During an in-studio demonstration our guest will show how easy it is to make a plant-based meal replacement at home.
Facing South Florida: Climate Change Jim takes an in-depth look at climate change, which was thrust front and center into the national spotlight by President Barack Obama’s Earth Day visit to the Everglades.
Exclusive: Canadian Man’s Wedding Ring Recovered By Lauderdale Cleanup DiverLou Nelson has found a lot of odd and interesting things while diving the past 30 years.
President Designates Marjory Stoneman Douglas Home As Historic LandmarkDuring his visit to Everglades National Park Wednesday, President Barack Obama announced the Coconut Grove cottage of famed conservationist Marjory Stoneman Douglas would be designated as a national historic landmark.
Gables School Looks Beyond Earth Day For Earth Day, schools across South Florida took the opportunity to teach kids about how to make a better tomorrow if you start today.
Obama Uses Everglades As Backdrop To Warn Of Damage From Climate NeglectPresident Barack Obama, on Earth Day, put the national spotlight on the country’s largest subtropical wilderness—the Everglades.
Remarks By The President On Impacts Of Climate Change
Earth Day 2015: How Much Do Trees Cost?Ready to plant a tree? Here's a breakdown of some of the most popular types and their costs.
Earth Day 2015: How To Plant A TreeSo it's Earth Day and everyone is saying you should plant a tree, but exactly what goes into planting one? It takes more preparation and skill than you might think.
President Barack Obama To Travel To EvergladesPresident Barack Obama, on Earth Day, will use South Florida’s iconic River of Grass as a backdrop to talk about climate change.
Top Ways To Celebrate Earth Day In South FloridaBecause South Florida is home to some of the most diverse ecosystems on the planet, it offers no shortage of Earth Day 2015 activities that are intended to educate the public on sustainability and encourage green living.