Miami-Dade County and Ford Motor Company launched the City of Tomorrow Challenge, a crowdsourcing platform for county residents, businesses, and community groups to propose and pilot transportation solutions to improve mobility.
Southest Florida counties must couple sound adaptation with local and regional investments while they work to slow sea level rise by reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
To protect South Florida from sea level rise, CO2 levels must be drastically reduced. Transitioning to a low-carbon world may save a lot of money.
At the 2018 Mayor’s Climate Protection Award, West Palm Beach Mayor Jeri Muoio was awarded a Large City Honorable Mention for the city’s holistic stormwater master plan.
With hurricane season starting June 1, South Florida officials and activisits are trying to encourage “good neighbors” to be part of hurricane preparation and response efforts in the region.
Leaders in Broward County, and elsewhere in South Florida, are working to address a major obstacle in addressing sea level rise in the region: funding.
The City of Miami, like many of its neighbors throughout Southeast Florida, is working to develop and expand infrastructure projects in line with climate adaptation and mitigation goals, and to find sustainable ways to fund these efforts.
Palm Beach County and its municipalities are taking proactive steps to respond to sea level rise and build resilience.
In an opinion piece for the Sun Sentinel, Realtor Craig Cox explains why building resilience into homes in South Florida is a necessity more than a trend.
According to sea level rise expert John Englander, we are in a new era that is necessitating immediate adaptation action.