Wednesday, February 8, 2023

Tag: climate change

The true identity of Brickell (includes photo essay)

Within recent years, many residents of South Florida have been moving to more urban locations. Whether it is for commercial purposes, job...

Sea level continues to rise in South Florida (includes photo essay)

Sea levels rise is inundating in our coastal communities. Awareness of the issue is pivotal. It poses a threat to our infrastructure,...

Noticiero 16.11.22

Las negociaciones durante la cumbre del clima COP27 avanzan lentamente en sus últimos días. Se debaten las indemnizaciones para los países en desarrollo más...

Just Keep Rising takes a closer look at the impacts of...

Harold Wanless, a professor at the University of Miami, has studied the dynamics and evolution of the coastal environments of South Florida...

Climate gentrification continues to push residents out of Little Haiti

A recent study performed by the Leroy Collins institute at Florida State University examines climate-driven displacement as people living in Florida’s coastal...

Newsbreak October 6, 2022

President Biden visits the areas affected by Hurricane Ian, where hundreds of thousands still don't have power more than a week after...

This hurricane season has gone easy on South Florida, but we...

Summer 2022 started with predictions of a busier than usual hurricane season for the seventh straight year. So far, the season has...

Noticiero 13.9.22

En medio de un despliegue de camiones y bombas extractoras de agua, la primeras mareas vivas del sur de la Florida terminan...

Troubled Water: Una historia de negligencia

To read this story in English, click this link. “Me encanta vivir aquí, es tranquilo, no tengo queja'', dice...

Troubled Water: A history of neglect

Para leer este artículo en español, haga clic en este enlace. "I love living here, it's quiet, I have...