Climate Change Hits Home With Al Gore's 'An Inconvenient Sequel'It's been more than 10 years since former Vice President Al Gore released his Oscar-winning documentary "An Inconvenient Truth."
'We Cannot Fight Nature': Miami Mayor Talks Future Of Miami Flooding Miami Mayor Tomas Regalado clarified how the city dealt and will deal with massive flooding like Tuesday's. 
A Look At How City Of Miami Would Use $192 Million To Fight Sea Level RiseThe mayor of Miami believes it will take nearly $1 billion to fight sea level rise. So where would the money go?
Miami Mayor Wants To Spend $192 Million On Sea Rise & Flood PreventionThe city of Miami is bracing for huge costs related to sea level rise. Some will come down the road, but the mayor is ready to spend now.
Study Maps Out Devastating Effects Of Sea Level Rise On South FloridaA new study says we should brace for more flooded streets as the decades roll by.
City Of Miami Beach Holds Meeting To Educate Residents On Impact Of Sea RiseMiami Beach is investing mega millions to manage high tides impacted by sea rise.
Roads To Be Adapted To Rising Seas In Florida KeysOfficials in the Florida Keys have approved a framework for county roads that need to be adapted to rising sea levels.
Locals Urge Leaders To Pen Agreement At Climate Summit In ParisAs world leaders gather in Paris for the United Nations Climate Summit, South Floridians are putting on the pressure for them to find a solution to climate change.
FIU-Created App Monitors Rising Sea LevelsFIU professors have developed an app that will help South Florida residents deal with the flooding situation.
FIU's Web App Helps Residents Visualize Possible Impact Of Rising Sea LevelsEver wondered whether your dwelling will be affected by rising sea levels? Florida International University developed a web app to help residents visualize the possible impact of rising seas on South Florida neighborhoods.
PolitiFact Florida: Fact-Checking Claims On Climate ChangeWhile jobs and education have been key factors in Florida's too-close-to-call race for Governor, so has climate change.
Report: Global Warming Could Raise Sea Levels By Three Feet By 2100A new report from the United Nations’ Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change is nearing 100 percent certainty that human activity is the cause of most global warming and that sea levels could put parts of South Florida under water by 2100.

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