Miami Beach Firefighters Rescue Dog That Fell Into The BayA four legged friend had to be rescued after falling into Biscayne Bay.
'The System Is More Fragile' Marine Biologist On Nutrient Pollutants Causing Biscayne Bay Fish KillsBelow the surface of Biscayne Bay there is a problem, it's a problem that surfaced again this summer.
Extreme Heat, Heavy Rains & Pollutants Blamed Latest Fish Kill In Biscayne BayLatest fish kill happened on the east side of Biscayne Bay in the area of the 79th Street Basin, close to North Beach.
Florida Department Of Transportation Blamed For Biscayne Bay PollutionFirst came the flooding, then the pollution as rain pelted Miami Thursday. Piles of dirt and sand from Miami Florida Department of Transportation project slid into already troubled Biscayne Bay.
Filmmakers Create Public Service Announcement Videos To Save Biscayne BayFive local filmmakers are lending their unique artist perspectives on saving Biscayne Bay in a public service announcement contest appropriately titled “Save the Bay.”
Section Of Biscayne Bay Is A 'Nursery' For Baby Hammerhead SharksResearchers at the Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science at the University of Miami have discovered that a small section of Biscayne Bay appears to be a nursery for juvenile great hammerhead sharks.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis Signs Bill To Create Biscayne Bay CommissionA bill creating a nine-member commission focused on restoring Biscayne Bay was signed into law Thursday by Gov. Ron DeSantis during a ceremony alongside the South Florida water body.
Lawmakers Target Biscayne Bay WoesA commission made up of local, state and federal officials would oversee efforts to stave off the environmental decline of Biscayne Bay, under a legislative proposal filed Monday.
‘There’s No Vaccine For The Climate Crisis’: Environmental Group Hopes For Statewide Policy Action As President Biden Outlines National Plan“Our main economic engines, tourism and agriculture sectors, will be tremendously impacted.” said Yoca Arditi-Rocha, executive director of The CLEO Institute.
City Of Miami & Nature Conservancy Receive $400K Grant To Protect Biscayne BayOn the same day President Biden laid out his agenda on climate change, Miami Mayor Francis Suarez announced a partnership to help restore a stretch of shoreline along Biscayne Bay.
Miami-Dade County’s Chief Bay Officer Irela Baqué Asks Everyone To Do Their Part In Keeping Biscayne Bay CleanDead fish, little to no oxygen, trash, and sewer leaks. Those are just some of the recent problems in Biscayne Bay. Now, there is the main point person to help keep those issues at bay.