Pinecrest Law Banning Plastic Straws Comes Into Effect With New YearThe Village of Pinecrest is making a change to help the environment.
Well-Known Florida City To Ban Plastic StrawsIt’s not a new thing to see progressive cities making environmentally conscious changes.
World Scientists Gather In The Keys To Find Ways To Preserve, Restore Coral Reefs The world's top scientists gathered in the Florida Keys this week to find ways to preserve and restore the planet's coral reefs.
Court Sets Hearing In Everglades Oil Drilling DisputeThe 1st District Court of Appeal is scheduled to hear arguments Jan. 8 in a dispute about whether the Florida Department of Environmental Protection should allow a Broward County landowner to drill an exploratory oil well in the Everglades.
Red Tide Continues To Spread Up Florida's East Coast, KeysAs the red tide continues to move northward along Florida's east coast, a new breakaway bloom is moving through the Keys.
Facing South Florida: Michael Grunwald Discusses Role Of Environment In 2018 ElectionThis week on Facing South Florida, host Jim DeFede is joined by Michael Grunwald, a longtime Florida writer who now works for Politico magazine.
Scientists Develop Enzyme That Eats PlasticScientists have accidentally developed a plastic-eating enzyme that may be used to combat one of the world's worst pollution problems.
Gulf Stream System At Its Weakest In 1,600 Years, Study ShowsGlobal warming's having an adverse effect on the Gulf Stream, scientists say, which could exacerbate the effects of climate change.
EPA To Scrap Fuel Efficiency RulesThe Environmental Protection Agency has announced it is scrapping rules requiring vehicles to be more fuel efficient.
Environmentally Friendly Paper Straws Becoming More Popular Despite Higher CostThere is a movement underway to get rid of plastic drinking straws.
For Florida Professors, Climate Change Could Be Opportunity Or BustNot paying attention to climate change’s effects in Florida may mean we will pay for it dearly, according to these professors, but there is a ray of sunshine in it all.
Scientists Concerned About Future Of Green Sea TurtlesInternational research has found a staggering amount of Green Sea Turtles in the Great Barrier Reef, are female.
Researchers Discover The Ocean's Deepest Fish YetMeet the ocean's deepest fish.
These Public Buses Will Be Powered By Coffee That daily cup of joe is not just powering you up, it will now be used to power public buses.
Harry Potter Star Joins Greenpeace During Miami CleanupBonnie Wright, better known as Ginny Weasley in the Harry Potter films, joined Greenpeace and took part in the cleanups.