It all started with a social media post 12 years ago. Three words that read, "Just one thing."
An eco-friendly trend in shopping has reached Tampa. The city's first zero-waste store encourages customers to fill their own containers, again and again.
When the Manatee Solar Energy Center opened in 2017, there was one missing piece: The technology to store energy not used during the day.
Concerns are growing as the number of dead laughing gulls found on Bay Area beaches increases.
Something is making laughing gulls sick on Lido Beach.
Scientists say toxic red tide is back in the waters off the Florida southwest coast after fading away earlier this year following a 15-month bloom.
Lakeland Electric says routine testing indicates toxic chemicals are seeping into the groundwater around its C.D. McIntosh power plant, situated on Lake Parker.
It's as sad as it is shocking; a tiny turtle's body that washed up on a Boca Raton shoreline is the latest fatality attributed to plastic pollution.
Hotter days, rising floodwaters, and toxic emissions polluting the air were just a few of the topics discussed at the first climate summit in Florida in over 10 years.
A photo shared by a South Florida nature center illustrates how plastics can be deadly for marine life.
For the first time ever, scientists at the Florida Aquarium were successful in prompting Atlantic Coral to reproduce in a laboratory.
Microplastics are hard to spot, but scientists are finding them just about everywhere in the environment and in human bodies.
They’re too small to be seen by the naked eye, but researchers at the University of South Florida St. Petersburg say they're a big problem.
President Donald Trump lamented on Thursday at a Baltimore policy retreat that energy efficient light bulbs make him “look orange.”
Tossing banana peels, apple cores and other “natural” foods on the ground while in nature can have lasting impacts and sometimes deadly consequences for animals, wildlife officials warned this week.
Images released this week from NASA show plums of smoke connected to the massive wildfires happening in the Amazon rainforest.
Coral reefs in Florida and around the world have been in decline because of disease and pollution, but scientists at the Florida Aquarium announced a breakthrough they believe could help turn the tide in the battle to save them.
Florida's iconic palm trees are under attack from a fatal disease that turns them to dried crisps in months, with no chance for recovery once they become ill.
There appears to be a neurological disorder affecting wild cats in Florida, according to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission.
Plastic drinking straws aren't completely going anywhere in Sarasota, but if you're dining on public property in the city, you'll have to ask for one.