Learn about some of the risks and vulnerabilities related to climate change that our county faces.
Miami-Dade County is upgrading infrastructure, protecting communities and supporting innovative solutions to sea level rise and climate change.
The collaboration between Miami-Dade County and the cities of Miami and Miami Beach was created to respond to 21st century challenges.
Efforts to increase energy and water efficiency in large public and private buildings.
A collaborative process to reduce greenhouse gases and plan for Miami-Dade's future.
Identifying and developing mitigation and adaption sea level rise strategies.
Miami-Dade County partners with local, state and federal agencies and organizations.
King Tides normally occur a few times per year and often cause nuisance flooding in coastal and low-lying areas.
Miami-Dade County collects impacts fees from developers to help meet the additional demands for infrastructure and services that their development will generate.
Help clean environmentally-endangered lands and bring them back to life. Collectively, we can make Miami-Dade County greener.
Florida Department of Economic Opportunity’s Office of Disaster Recovery recently created a grant program called the Hurricane Irma Voluntary Home Buyout Program for residents of Miami-Dade County.
Miami-Dade County encourages energy-efficient and environmentally-friendly construction through the Green Building Expedited Plan Review program.
What We're Doing About Sea Level Rise
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The Office of Resilience's mission is to lead Miami-Dade County to a resilient and environmentally sustainable future by identifying vulnerabilities, coordinating stakeholders and facilitating innovative solutions.