$15 Billion Volkswagen Emissions Deal Faces Critical TestA federal judge will decide whether to grant preliminary approval for a $15 billion settlement over Volkswagen's emissions cheating scandal.
Seaquarium To Return Sea Turtles To The WildFive juvenile green sea turtles who have spent the last month or so in rehab at the Miami Seaquarium are about to go home.
Florida's Algae-Fighting Plan Criticized By Feds Over BirdFederal wildlife officials say Florida's plan to fight a massive algae bloom is threatening 10 nests of an endangered bird.
Protesters Demand Answers On Toxic Algae Plaguing Parts Of FloridaProtesters are demanding answers and action over a toxic mess in Florida – a poisonous algae bloom plaguing four counties now under a state of emergency.
NASA Takes 23,000-Foot View Of The World's Coral ReefsNASA is taking a look at the bigger picture when it comes to studying the world's coral reefs and the effects of global warming.
Miami-Dade Bans Styrofoam From Parks, BeachesMiami-Dade is saying no to styrofoam starting in 2017.
Delray Beach Brewery Uses Edible Ring Six-Packs Safe For Animals To EatAn estimated eight million tons of plastic end up in our oceans each year and that number is expected to double within the decade.
Study: Miami Beach King Tides Flush Human Waste Into Biscayne BayPumps that flush floodwater out of Miami Beach and into Biscayne Bay during seasonal king tides are dumping something else - human waste.
Scientists Head Out To Study Oil Spill In The GulfResearchers will study the Shell leak of about 88,200 gallons in the Gulf of Mexico off the Louisiana coast, scientist said Monday.
More Acidic Seawater Now Dissolving Bit Of Florida Keys ReefIncreasingly acidic seawater due to global warming is eating away the limestone framework of coral reefs in the upper Florida Keys, according to a new study.
Coastal Cities Prepare For Rising Sea LevelsThere are grave new warnings about climate change and how quickly sea levels are rising around the globe.
Gov. Scott Approves FPL Request To Pump Aquifer Water Into Turkey Point Cooling CanalsFlorida Power & Light’s request to utilize an additional 14 million gallons per day of non-potable water for use in its Turkey Point Nuclear Plant’s cooling canal system has been granted.