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ISeeChange South Florida Ambassador Program

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Calling on all South Florida Residents! Give your community a stronger voice in climate solutions. Climate change is a threat multiplier — increasing individuals’ exposure and sensitivity to extreme weather, flooding, sea level rise, and extreme heat. This multiplier effect is particularly burdensome and disproportionately falls on frontline and underserved[…]

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ISeeChange in Miami: 2020 Community Recap

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From hurricanes to heat, 2020 was a year of broken climate records. In Miami, it was the hottest and third-wettest year on record.  While South Florida escaped the worst storms, 2020 was a record-breaking hurricane season in the Atlantic with 30 named storms — 12 of which hit U.S. shores.[…]

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Help track flooding and climate change on North Carolina’s coast

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ISeeChange is teaming up with the North Carolina Coastal Federation and Green Stream to build a network of flood watchers in Wilmington, North Carolina. Between sunny-day flooding, hurricanes, and beach erosion, coastal North Carolinians have first-hand knowledge of the flooding challenges the region is facing. ISeeChange, Green Stream Technologies and[…]

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