Opportunities, Challenges Abound in Land Use Planning
When it comes to mitigating climate change, it’s important to see the forest for the trees. UF Professor Stephen Mulkey sees it this way: While addressing climate change won’t be a smooth or cost-free endeavor, economic opportunities abound. Read more...
Renewable Energies:
What's on deck?

While there’s no magic bullet to replace fossil fuels and eliminate greenhouse gases, Florida is pressing ahead on some promising fronts... Read more...
Drought Reveals
Good News, Bad News

First, the good news: Tampa Bay is in better shape than anywhere else in the state as we head into what is likely to be a record-setting drought. Read more...
Earth Angels:
With these kids in charge, the future is looking bright. 

Climate Change & Florida’s Future: Mitigating and Adapting

Drought Reveals Good News, Bad News
Profile: Bob Hite
News Briefs
Greening Takes Reins at Estuary Program
Earth Angels: Students Go Green
Renewable Energies: What’s on Deck?


Agreement Sets Stage for Controlling Nutrients in Stormwater
Editor’s Desk
Opinion: Listening Dialogue Inspires Region to Redouble Land Conservation Efforts
Quarterly Calendar
NASA, USF Eye Coastal Water Quality
Bay Soundings Recommends: Mirage — Florida and the Vanishing Water of the Eastern U.S.
Time for a Sprinkler Checkup?

Last issue, Bay Soundings began a three-part series on Climate Change & Florida's Future. Click here to access the first installment in the series.

The Story So Far – Click here for a synopsis.