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.
As those who lived through Irma demonstrate, the effects of hurricanes can last long after storms dissipate.
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. ...
Overdevelopment threatens to choke off a critical wildlife coordinator in Central Florida connecting the Everglades to the rest of the state.
People who live on low incomes are among the most vulnerable to climate change.