A massive iceberg, 20 times the size of Manhattan, broke off in the Antarctic according to the British Antarctic Survey.
Florida state lawmakers unveiled an "aggressive" plan to combat sea-level rise in the state’s history Friday.
The US Navy has been trying to decide what to do with a massive assault ship that was heavily damaged last year by fire. A group of lawmakers is trying to convince military leaders to sink the USS Bonhomme Richard off Florida's coast.
More people driving electric cars on Florida's roadways could mean fewer people at the pump to pay gas taxes that are used for road construction.
In Florida, researchers found on average homeowners are paying about $1,600 a year in flood insurance when they should be paying more like $8,200.
It turns out that cows do a lot of belching. And all that cow burping comes with environmental consequences: During the digestion process, cows can produce over a half a pound of methane every day.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday plunged back into a years-long water battle between Florida and Georgia, at times sounding skeptical of arguments that more water should be directed to Florida in a river system shared by the states.
In his new book, “How to Avoid a Climate Disaster,” Bill Gates says that it is imperative that the world go from the current 51 billion tons of emissions to zero within the next 30 years to avoid catastrophe.
Humans are making Earth a broken and increasingly unlivable planet through climate change, biodiversity loss and pollution. So the world must make dramatic changes to society, economics and daily life, a new United Nations report says.
The Tampa Bay Estuary Program is recruiting volunteers to help clean up lumbar and washed up driftwood left from Tropical Storm Eta’s storm surge back in November.
Forest rangers are gearing up for the upcoming wildfire season by burning brush in key areas. Members of the Florida Forest Service performed a prescribed burn in Polk County Tuesday, igniting more than 200 acres.
Local scientists are both excited and concerned about a one-of-a-kind discovery – a new species of whale.
After the party comes the cleanup, and for Tampa’s waste department, that job began bright and early following the Super Bowl.
A Bay Area couple is working to build back Florida's oyster industry after the Apalachicola Bay oyster fishery was shut down. They now manage the first aquaculture oyster farm in the history of Tampa Bay.
Children and adults are learning more about the vast and complex Tampa Bay estuary, thanks to the Tampa Bay Watch Discovery Center.
Biden’s orders will pause new oil and gas leases on federal lands and waters and target fossil fuel subsidies.
Rejoining the Paris Climate Agreement was one of several moves President Joe Biden made in the first days of his administration to undo actions by former President Donald Trump.
Clean-up projects are happening across the Tampa Bay area leading up to the Super Bowl. It’s all part of an NFL initiative called Green Week. The environmental efforts take place annually in Super Bowl host cities.
Construction on the long-disputed Keystone XL oil pipeline has been halted as U.S. President Joe Biden decided to revoke its permit.
The city of Tampa is taking submissions for its 3Rs Art and Poetry contest. The competition is geared to youth in grades 3 - 12 who attend school or are homeschooled within the city limits.