Environment

Miami, FL - Miami Mayor Francis Suarez and City leaders hosted former United Nations (UN) Secretary General Ban Ki-moon and the recently-formed Global Commission on Adaptation this past Tuesday, February 19 for a day-long summit focused on the City’s ongoing resilience efforts. The Commission, which counts Secretary General Ban as one of its founding co-chairs, selected Miami as the site of its first-ever mission to the United States, an acknowledgement of Miami’s place on the frontlines of climate change and the City’s important role in mitigating its impacts

Baynanza Biscayne Bay Cleanup Day has brought our community together to keep the beaches and shorelines along Biscayne Bay clean for more than three decades. We invite you to celebrate Baynanza’s 37th anniversary alongside thousands of other volunteers on Saturday,April 13, 2019, from 9 a.m. to noon at one of our 22 cleanup sites.

BROWARD COUNTY, FL – Summer time is near which means Broward will soon have thousands of visitors on our beaches – turtle visitors. March 1st officially marks the start of sea turtle nesting season in Broward. Last year, the Broward County Sea Turtle Conservation Program documented 2,890 nests on the County’s 24-mile coastline including Dr. Von D. Mizell-Eula Johnson State Park. The program began monitoring sea turtle nests in 1981 and long-term trends suggest increases in local nesting populations.

MIAMI — Illegal dumping is a crime and anyone caught dumping illegally is subject to a fine, vehicle seizure and even possible arrest and incarceration.

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