It's only 200 square feet, but this mobile tiny abode isn't for taking up residence. The Tiny Green Home is a new hands-on experience at the Orlando Science Center to educate visitors on conservation and sustainability.
Neighbors living near Wekiva River in Orange County are pushing the keep the springs clean, asking Gov. Ron DeSantis and the state help woth funding to replace septic tanks.
An eighth-grader in Central Florida has an idea to save the Indian River Lagoon.
Florida wildlife officers are trying to find out who ran over six turtle nests on Captiva Island. They said it appears to have been a golf cart, or similar vehicle, that was used.
Within one month, there has been lesson air pollution above the Sunshine State's metropolitan areas as the state went into lockdown, reports NASA.
In an April 18 Facebook post, the Loggerhead Marinelife Center said that its staff had discovered 79 leatherback and loggerhead turtle nests on a 9.5-mile stretch of beach that encompasses Juno Beach.
New filters are being installed to help clean up the Indian River Lagoon. They using what's called a "Baffle Box," to eliminate toxins from the water.
It is billed as the first solar city in the United States. Babcock Ranch, near Fort Myers on state’s west coast, was developed from the beginning with a massive solar power farm generating 100 percent of the electric needs.
Moongazers will get a chance to see February’s first full moon known as the "snow moon." It'll reach "peak fullness" on Sunday.
The deals are expected to aid local water quality, support wildlife habitat and improve access to recreation
In an effort to reduce waste at Sunday’s Super Bowl, Miami’s Hard Rock Stadium is ditching plastic cups.
The Florida Senate is poised to approve legislation aimed at preventing local governments from banning the sale of certain types of sunscreen, fast-tracking a proposal that did not pass the Legislature last year.
Hundreds of mangroves were cut down illegally in Wilbur-By-The-Sea. The state about 500 were cut, in violation of the law.
Gruters warned the bill as initially proposed “would be a massive tax increase on the public.”
The issue centers on a decision by Key West to ban certain types of sunscreen because of concerns that two chemicals used in the products could damage coral reefs.
An effort to impose a 12.5-cent-per-gallon tax on water bottled from Florida’s springs was tabled Tuesday before facing the possibility of being defeated in a split Senate Commerce and Tourism Committee.
Metallica donated more than $500,000 to relief efforts as the Australian bushfires continue to ravage the country.
Groups like the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and the Coral Restoration Foundation are teaming up to save seven iconic reefs up and down the Florida Keys.
Citizens and city leaders currently make up a task force called the 'Recycling Alternative Program.'