A South Florida task force is urging officials to take climate change into consideration by speeding up adaptation planning.
A 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.
Climate change and a rising sea level could put the Florida Keys in danger of being unlivable according to South Florida experts worried about what will happen to the island chain in just a matter of decades.
A new study in the journal Science has found that the ice sheets covering Greenland and Antarctica have been melting at an increasing rate over the last 20 years.
South Floridians owning oceanfront property might want to consider moving if a new assessment from the international Arctic Monitoring and Assessment Program comes to fruition.