Environment

Understanding Hurricane Irma, your questions answered

What are your questions about Hurricane Irma? Send them our way, and we’ll try to find the answers for you.

/ September 5, 2017


Hurricane evacuations and neighborhood risk

Everything you need to know about Hurricane Irma evacuations, storm surge, and flood risk as the hurricane nears Miami.

/ September 5, 2017


Here’s a list of resources to help you prepare for the hurricane

Are you ready for the storm? Here’s a list of preparedness resources, checklists and sites to help you stay safe before, during and after Hurricane Irma.

/ September 5, 2017



Why Miami Beach isn’t planning for epic rain like Emily’s

It’s on purpose – but that doesn’t mean it’s not a problem.

/ August 2, 2017


It’s mini lobster season! Here’s how you can join in

For two precious days anyone lucky enough to con their boss into letting them off work can head out into the blue-green waters of Biscayne Bay and dive for their catch limit of spiny lobster. Want to participate in this state sanctioned crustacean carnage? We got you covered. Here’s what you need, and what you need to know.

/ July 24, 2017


Miami, meet your local shark wranglers.

Just miles off Key Biscayne, a ragtag crew wrestles with a 500-pound shark. This is shark tagging, and it’s part science, part extreme sport.

/ July 23, 2017


These are the companies who will get rich helping Miami adapt to rising seas

The seas are rising. It will be costly to adapt, but there are a few lucky businesses that stand to make a lot of cash in building our resiliency.

/ July 9, 2017


1450 Brickell is where you want to be when disaster strikes.

1450 Brickell is basically a bunker, designed to withstand the worst of what climate-change swollen seas and storms can throw at it.

/ July 5, 2017


Miami, here’s how to protect our sea turtles.

We’re in peak sea turtle nesting season. The next time you come across one on one of your long walks on the beach, here’s what to do (and what not to do).

/ June 29, 2017