Stories with 'climate change' tag

Elektrik Fantasy IV MasqueRave Festival

A wave of Change is coming to the shores of the Magic City. “Welcome to Fantasy Island…” Luxuriate in a sunshine-to-moonlight magickal island atmosphere of Unity and Imagination, fueled by sound and visuals that will elevate your consciousness, reignite your passion for Life and reconnect you with Mother Earth as you reunite with The Ocean […]

/ August 27, 2018


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


Conversation: The Contemporary Coast

RSVP HERE ArtCenter will host a roundtable discussion on the importance of the visual culture in communicating the challenges that rising tides present. The event will feature A.S.T. and Dr. Meryl Shriver-Rice, Director of Environmental Media at the University of Miami’s Abess Center for Ecosystem Science and Policy. The event aims to shift the focus from […]

/ March 19, 2018


Free event! Workshop on Climate Change in the Americas on Miami Beach

“Climate Change in the Americas” is the theme of the 35th edition of the annual Journalists & Editors Workshop on Latin America and the Caribbean to be held on March 27-28, 2018, at Florida International University’s Miami Beach Urban Studios. Each year, FIU’s Kimberly Green Latin American and Caribbean Center and School of Communication+Journalism partner […]

/ March 19, 2018



Miami, sea level rise is coming for your poop.

If you’re not hooked up to the sewage system, you probably use a septic tank. When you mix them with sea level rise, the result is smelly. The solution is expensive.

/ June 25, 2017


What we learned from the 305’s chief resilience officers

Miami is living with rising seas every day – and there’s no one facing the reality of our watery future more than the chief resilience officers for Miami-Dade County, Miami Beach, and City of Miami. We got them together at the new Philip and Patricia Frost Science Museum for some real talk on their work […]

/ June 20, 2017


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


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