Fish and Sea Water Flood Miami Streets.
Miami, Florida is already experiencing Sunny Day Flooding during high tides, when sea water and fish flood the city streets. This is not a some-day problem. Sea level rise is here and now, and Miami, Florida is the most vulnerable city in the world by assets. That is why a bipartisan group of 21 Mayors in Southern Florida want climate change added to the Presidential election debate.
Join me tomorrow (Thursday) at noon ET (9 a.m. PT), when I interview Mayor Philip Stoddard of South Miami and Mayor Cindy Lerner of Pinecrest, Florida. We will open up the line for questions in the second half of the interview.
Call into (347) 215–7305.
Discover just how dire the situation in southern Florida is, what the local politicians are doing to shore up their communities and what our next President must champion to protect all of our coastal communities here in the U.S. from rising sea levels and climate change.
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See a pair of letters that a team of 21 bipartisan Southern Florida Mayors sent to the Florida Democratic and Republican convention debate moderators by clicking on letters.
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