A growing community of retirees, bus drivers and hobbyists have casually jumped aboard the quest for scientific discovery. It doesn’t require a PhD and oftentimes no experience — only some passion and maybe a smartphone.
Fern is a junior journalism and sustainability studies major. He previously reported for the University and Metro desks. Now, he covers the environmental beat on the Enterprise desk. When he's not reporting, you can find him dancing to house music at Barcade or taking photos on his Olympus.
Campus Climate Corps, a joint effort of student volunteers to help address climate change, held weekly briefings breaking down what occurred during COP27. The event was hosted by Rock Aboujaoude, a UF graduate student, and had presentations by UF faculty, students and scientists.
UF announced its monitoring Tropical Storm Nicole ahead of its predicted landfall on Florida’s east coast Wednesday night.
A look into Sasse’s campaign contributions reveals thousands of dollars from the fossil fuel industry. However, Sasse has more recently affirmed his belief in climate change. And yet, he remains skeptical about the federal government's role in mitigating climate change.
UF assessment estimates between $768 million, $1.5 billion in state agricultural losses from Hurricane IanBy Fernando Figueroa | Oct. 20
Around 4.7 million acres — almost five times the size of Rhode Island — of agricultural land were affected by the storm.
Candidates across the aisle have proposed legislative and executive action in response to prepare the state for the worsening conditions of climate change, but some voters say it isn't enough.
Hurricane Ian sideswept Gainesville on the afternoon of Sept. 28, causing gusts that toppled an Oak Tree, crushing Edna Hamilton's carport, shattering the windows of her 2002 Honda Accord and blocking her front door.
Alachua County announced it is under a tropical storm watch and flood watch as of Tuesday evening.