Environment

Do you live near contaminated land?

Miami-Dade has 14 Superfund sites — places were huge chemical accidents happened. We mapped them.

/ March 26, 2017


How a single water-bottle refill station became a full-time career

How a private citizen accidentally became a full-time environmental activist after applying to The Miami Foundation’s Public Space Challenge.

/ March 23, 2017


Climate change will hit the poorest hardest. Meet three women changing that.

Meet three women of color making sure their neighborhoods are prepared for unprecedented rates of climate change.

/ March 12, 2017


Sea level rise is starting to sink in for both developers and governments.

Historic preservation could be the big loser in 2017 if governments and developers decide the numbers don’t add up.

/ January 23, 2017


Republican Rep. Carlos Curbelo: Climate change is not a hoax.

And he says not even Donald Trump’s election can change that.

/ January 22, 2017


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