Green's story goes in-depth about how the small community of Yankeetown, on Florida's Gulf coast, has taken an unprecedented approach to sea-level rise.
FCIR and WMFE participated in a panel at WMFE's studio in Orlando to discuss the consequences of climate change in Florida.
By Matt Levin Florida Center for Investigative Reporting Low-income residents in South Florida who escaped the worst of Hurricane Irma still found themselves enduring catastrophe in the aftermath. ...
While Florida state government bans the terms “climate change” and “global warming” in official business, this coastal fishing village of about 500 people and more water than dry land is being swallowed by the sea. But town officials here are fighting back with some success.
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