Saving Miami with Jack Black & Years of Living Dangerously

Miami could be underwater by the end of the century if nothing is done to curb emissions. Jack Black and the #YearsProject are trending again following the December 22 YouTube release of this video short: “Saving Miami”. It is a compilation of clips from Season 2, episode 2: “Years of Living Dangerously: Gathering Storm”, which aired

BBC News: First CO2 rise in four years puts pressure on Paris targets

BBC News is reporting that, according to the Global Carbon Project, CO2 emissions are projected to rise in 2017 for the first time in four years. The main cause is attributed to increased coal use in China as their economy expands. “Global CO2 emissions appear to be going up strongly once again after a three-year

Frost Science Museum Awarded Grants Aimed at Improving Miami’s Coastal Resilience

Frost Science was just selected by the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation and Wells Fargo as one of eight non-profit organizations nationwide to receive a grant aimed at increasing community capacity to plan and implement coastal resilience projects and improve the ability of urban coastal communities to adapt to sea level rise. Resilient Communities 2017

Miami City Hall Goes Green in Support of the Paris Climate Agreement

Tonight and this weekend in support of #climateagreement @Tomas_Regalado @kenrussellmiami @FrankCarollo_ @FrancisSuarez @KeonHardemon W Gort pic.twitter.com/XnvKOSoA1Q — City of Miami (@CityofMiami) June 2, 2017 Tonight and this weekend in support of #climateagreement @Tomas_Regalado @kenrussellmiami @FrankCarollo_ @FrancisSuarez @KeonHardemon W Gort

4earth: 4 days, 4 events, 4 earth with the Miami Seaquarium

For Earth Day 2017, the Miami Seaquarium has organized four days of ocean and environmental awareness. Each event will focus on different issues that impact our local ecosystems, presented in an entertaining and engaging program with hand-on activities. There is something for everyone with most of the events being family friendly and free! April 20, 6:00pm –

April 19: Miami Science Barge Sip of Science no. 010: Sea Level Rise and Climate Justice in Miami

You are invited to Sip of Science on the Miami Science Barge Sip of Science is a monthly lecture series held every third Wednesday and hosted on the Miami Science Barge. Enjoy discussion and drinks with a talk that makes you think!  This month the Miami Science Barge welcomes Dr. Keren Bolter, from FAU Geosciences, to talk

April 5, 6pm – 8pm | Salon Juste No. 4 – On Land: Climate Change & Environmental Justice in Miami

You can’t talk about the future of Miami without also reckoning with the impact that sea level rise and climate change will have on the landscape, geography and people of Miami. The environmental forces will not impact everyone in the same way, and some are more vulnerable than others. While the challenges on the horizon