Miami-Dade County launches Plastic Free 305 program, aiming to eliminate single use plastics
Every year more than 14 million tons of plastic ends up in the ocean, and with plastic production expected to quadruple in the next 30 years, scientist predict there will be more plastic in the ocean than fish by weight.
Immersive dining experience hopes to inspire and educate visitors about protecting the ocean
There is currently a special, fully immersive entertainment experience open right now on South Beach that will takes people down to the bottom of the sea to inspire us all to care more and do more to protect our planet ocean.
Mangrove restoration remains key to keeping South Florida shorelines safe and beautiful
Part of the Don't Trash Our Treasure franchise has included discussing the benefits of restoring mangroves to South Florida's shorelines, especially when it comes to protecting us from storm surge and sea level rise.
Take a look back at the top 5 ‘Don’t Trash Our Treasure’ stories of 2021
On Earth Day, April 22, Local 10 News launched a new initiative, "Don't Trash our Treasure" -- a weekly series of environmental reports where we focus on the challenges our natural world is facing right now and on how we all play part in restoring and protecting our most valuable resource: our home, planet Earth.
Sharks are in danger — and that’s bad news for us
Feared and unfairly maligned as the villains of the sea, it is the shark that is actually in charge of keeping our oceans healthy. They are the doctors of the sea, keeping fish populations healthy by eating the slow, the sick and the weak — preventing diseases from becoming ocean pandemics.