Exploring the Bay

Conservation & Restoration

Protecting coastal habitats helps mitigate climate change

“Blue carbon” or coastal habitats may sequester significantly more carbon dioxide than forests. Coastal wetlands have long been recognized for their wildlife values, their vital role in water quality, and their significance in protecting our built environmental during storm events. Scientists, however, have recently begun to document another critically important value: their ability to absorb…

People and the Bay

Sean Sullivan takes reins at TBPRC

By Victoria Parsons Some people might wonder how a transport...

Hummingbirds in Florida: If you plant it, they will co

If we’re lucky enough to have had it happen, most Floridians...

Business & Industry

Jumping into the Deep End of the Florida Political Pool

By Jim Schnur The relationship between politics and access t...

Out-of-the-box mitigation efforts may include a bridge

Stormwater retention ponds have been the easy alternative fo...