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Carbon pollution standards welcome, but overdue

Last week, theU.S. Environmental Protection Agencyannounced the first-ever national carbon pollution standards to address carbon pollution from existing fossil-fuel-fired power plants.

Groups sue to stop toxic coal ash pollution into Apalachicola River

On behalf of three conservation groups, Earthjustice filed a federal lawsuit last week to stop toxic water pollution that is leaking into the Apalachicola River ...

Rick Scott won't say if he thinks man-made climate-change is real, significant

Florida Gov. Rick Scott won't say whether he thinks man-made climate change is real and significant.

Gov. Scott's beachfront home vulnerable to changing climate

This month, a new report written by a group of scientists said that climate change was not only real, but it was already affecting people ...

Climate Change Showdown in Florida Governor's Race

Florida, the most vulnerable state in the country to climate change, faces a key election this November that could have significant ramifications for its ability ...

Cooling tubes at FPL St. Lucie nuke plant show significant wear

Yet another Florida nuclear plant may be in trouble.

Pinellas candidates differ on global warming, sea level rise

Nearly surrounded by water, the people of Pinellas County received one more reason last week to worry about hurricanes: A newly released study shows that ...

Palm Beach County considers climate-change measures

Palm Beach Countycould soon add some action to its climate change talk.

Study: Higher tides from climate change likely to make hurricane flooding worseq