Zachary T. Sampson
The Biden effect in Florida: From electric cars to solar energy, advocates hope a shift in tone has real impact on the ground.
Environmental advocates celebrated the creation of a chief resilience officer. Now they have doubts.
The request from Florida Conservation Voters comes in a letter to top lawmakers, both from Tampa Bay.
A spring climate resilience survey by Florida Atlantic University found that 89 percent of respondents accept that climate change is happening. The poll of about 1,300 residents also showed less than a third felt the government was doing enough to address it.