Global warming impacts our communities in ways that many of us don't realize, including the dinner table, housing prices, and even seasonal allergies. Why doesn't the state's Republican leadership take action, and what can you do about it?
Residents of the Sunshine State are feeling the effects of global warming, and Latinos and Democrats are calling for action.
With storms becoming larger and more powerful because of global climate change, scientists warn that people need to take the threat seriously.
No other state has more to lose over this issue than the state of Florida, according to the president of the Florida Beach and Shore Preservation Association.
As he runs for Congress in 2022, the Democratic representative from Pinellas County promises to "create an economy that gives every working Floridian a fair shot at the American Dream."
The Democrat, who is running for Congress in 2022, is aware of the issues faced by Floricuas, and says she wants to make sure that “there are opportunities for economic advancement."
As climate change worsens, severe conditions that go beyond historical norms are becoming ever more common. President Biden has a $2 trillion plan to combat climate change.