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11 May 2019

Florida Cities Launch Contest To Find Urgent Climate Change Solutions

Excerpted from the story in Forbes by James Ellsmore:

“As local government begins implementing their own solutions to brace for climate change and rising sea levels, the City of North Miami, a jurisdiction of some 60,000 residents that neighbors the City of Miami itself, has been looking for innovative solutions for urban designs that can weather the climate dangers ahead. Last month, in collaboration with the Van Alen Institutethe city announced a call for an interdisciplinary team of designers to reimagine how North Miami can develop flood-prone vacant lots known as repetitive loss (RL) properties.”