Environment

How to buy a home in Miami, the sinking city

I’m a millennial who wants to own a home that won’t be underwater before I can pay it off.

/ January 16, 2017


Sabal Trail could become Florida’s own Dakota Access Pipeline problem

More than 3,700 Floridians have signed a petition to try and stop the Sabal Trail Pipeline, more than half of which will cut through Florida.

/ December 8, 2016


Half of the Everglades is gone

One out of three Floridians depend on this water supply.

/ November 21, 2016


Don’t eat this spoon

This compostable cutlery maker is seeking to make SoFlo a little more sustainable one utensil at a time.

/ November 17, 2016


The Climate Ribbon isn’t just an expensive overhang

The first-of-its-kind structure will ventilate the shopping center, and provide shelter and solar shading.

/ November 16, 2016


How green spaces will transform Miami’s walkability

Miami’s going green, and we’re interviewing the movers and shakers making it happen.

/ November 15, 2016


The supermoon straight up flooded Miami.

There was an octopus in a parking garage.

/ November 14, 2016


The eco-friendly incubator making Miami green

Green innovation isn’t just happening near the urban core.

/ November 8, 2016


On the road to saving our waterways

The Everglades Foundation is hitting the road to gain signatures towards their #NoworNeverglades Declaration.

/ October 26, 2016


Power companies are trying to trick you into voting against solar. It’s working.

Floridians are all about expanding solar. But they’re voting on an amendment that doesn’t do that.

/ October 19, 2016