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Worried about climate change, you may have eco-anxiety

Over two-thirds of Americans have experienced eco-anxiety, according to a 2019 survey from the American Psychological Association.

DeSantis says ‘national regime media’ wanted Tampa to be hit by Hurricane Ian

DeSantis says ‘national regime media’ wanted Tampa to be hit by Hurricane Ian

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) suggested this week that the national media was rooting for Hurricane Ian to make a direct hit on Tampa, one of the state’s largest population centers, in order to hurt him politically.

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Losing Arctic ice will affect people around the world

If we continue toward an ice-free Artic, that could mean big impacts felt around the world.

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Tampa Bay mayors say transportation key to climate change plans

Four Tampa Bay mayors were asked Wednesday to explain how the region should respond to climate change. They all talked about transportation.

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New satellite will help track climate change

The first images from a new NASA satellite show that it could be a game-changer in the study of climate change.

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Study recommends how Tampa should address sea level rise

A $75,000 study to look at how sea level rise will affect the city of Tampa is on its way to the city council. Planners wrapped up the study during a final presentation recently.

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Florida environmentalists want Legislature to create climate change committee

As two Tampa Bay leaders take control of the Florida Legislature, a group of environmental advocates is asking them to create a committee on climate change to tackle what it considers "the single biggest threat facing Florida."

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