Environment

Is climate change gentrification really happening in Miami?

Homebuyers are beginning to look for higher ground. Much of it is in low-income neighborhoods like Little Haiti and Liberty City.

/ May 17, 2017


10 facts about climate change that might get you to Miami’s People’s Climate March

The effects of climate change won’t be a good look for South Florida.

/ April 27, 2017


Mustard Seed Project rehabilitates former inmates through community farming

The community program helps former inmates replace histories of substance abuse with sustainable urban farm practices.

/ April 27, 2017


Meet the Van Leers, Miami’s father-son climate change duo

John Van Leer made sure his son Sam’s childhood was a nonstop environmental education. Now Sam is doing everything he can to save it.

/ April 26, 2017


Here’s how to recycle the right way in Miami

So many confusing rules. Here’s how to actually treat the Earth right.

/ April 25, 2017


They’re paving the pine rocklands and putting up a Walmart.

Less than 2 percent of South Florida’s original pine rockland habitat, home to two endangered species and one of the rarest forest habitats in the world, remains today.

/ April 24, 2017


Why we’re marching for science on Saturday

Miami is the first casualty in this administration’s war on science.

/ April 19, 2017


Underwater hunting: How to spearfish in Miami

Local underwater outdoorsman Roy Ferreira teaches us a thing or two about spearfishing in Miami.

/ April 13, 2017


Get your daily weather report on Sophie Blachet’s Insta

It started out as a joke, but Sophie Lefebvre Blachet has been cataloging Miami’s weather and observing the slow creep of climate change for four years now, through Instagram.

/ April 5, 2017


Do you live near contaminated land?

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

/ March 26, 2017