Local weathercasters are well positioned to help educate the public on climate change, which researchers say is necessary before people can buy in to addressing its causes.
A riled-up Atlantic Ocean has been biting off and swallowing huge chunks of Northeast Florida beaches during fierce storms in recent years. Millions of dollars have been spent to replenish beach sand, only to sometimes have it disappear with the next storm.
Meet six people helping the First Coast adapt to sea level rise and the other effects of climate change
Some homeowners and city officials in Duval County’s coastal towns are taking rising seas seriously.
A South Florida builder is trying to make prefabricated chic.
In a city whose livelihood depends on its past, it pays to keep history above water.
A riverfront hospital is bulking up its flood protection after nearly having to evacuate during Hurricane Irma.