Despite Florida’s vulnerability to climate change, a policy of inaction at the state level has left residents to their own devices. WMFE 90.7 environmental reporter Amy Green, Florida Center for Investigative Reporting Executive Director Trevor Aaronson, journalist Tristram Korten and FIU research professor Dr. Randall Parkinson sat on a panel in the WMFE studio to discuss the consequences of climate change here in the Sunshine State.

Miami, FL – Mayor Francis Suarez and City leaders marked a major milestone in Miami’s long-term climate resilience efforts today when they broke ground on the first Miami Forever Bond program project to combat sea-level rise and flooding. The Fairview Flood Mitigation project – with its’ focus on reducing flooding in a bayfront neighborhood – is a fitting start to the $400-million Miami Forever Bond program that Miami voters approved in November 2017. Miami Forever aims to make Miami the most resilient city in the world through innovative infrastructure investments and is being led by the City’s Office of Capital Improvements.

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.

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