Environment

If the signs of a warming world give you a sense of “game over,” read this.

This existential threat does not only fall on the hands of our elected leaders and policy makers. We must use the power of our vote, the power of our voice, and the power of our purse to drive change from the bottom up.

/ October 22, 2018


This is why you don’t have safe water to swim in.

And here’s what you can do about it.

/ September 24, 2018


8 things to know ahead of the David Beckham Miami stadium vote

The City of Miami commission is set to decide whether to send David Beckham’s plan for a new soccer stadium deal to voters.

/ July 16, 2018


Remember When… The OG Hurricane hit Miami?

We took a look at a hurricane that had a huge impact on the Miami we know today, the Great Hurricane of 1926.

/ June 8, 2018


I picked up a literal ton of trash in our mangrove forests.

If I hadn’t, it would have eventually ended up in your food.

/ April 15, 2018


How to compost in Miami

Composting is a great way to be kind to the earth, but Miami does not make it easy to do. We’re here to show you that it is possible.

/ April 12, 2018


A Miami Marathon Guide for New Tropic Runners

In this guide we share all the best 2017 Miami Marathon tips, plus the best running routes in Miami and how to find a community of Miami runners.

/ January 19, 2018


Here’s your ultimate interactive guide to Miami’s 11 best running routes

Want to get in shape and explore our beautiful city? Use our interactive guide to visually explore 11 of Miami’s best running routes.

/ January 19, 2018


How one woman is trying to save Miami’s bees

New beekeeper with a community mission, Danielle Bender, shows us what public beehives can do.

/ October 3, 2017


How social tech is powering a Keys volunteer-relief effort

Volunteers from as far as Portland and as near as Summerland Key have come to help in Irma’s aftermath. They’re fueled by a combination of the zeal to do good, adrenaline addictions and a desire to help their neighbors get back on their feet. And they’re part of an impressive civilian relief effort that has benefitted from new technology and social media platforms.  

/ September 27, 2017