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Miami experiences record-breaking May heat, sparking summer fears

Miami experiences record-breaking May heat, sparking summer fears

Miami's unprecedented May heat has experts concerned about the implications for the upcoming summer and hurricane season.

Patricia Mazzei reports for The New York Times.

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How a Black Miami neighborhood became ‘ground zero for climate gentrification’

A documentary, Razing Liberty Square, examines the plight of families in Liberty City as developers ‘revitalize’ community on desirable higher land.

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When sea levels rise, so does your rent

As property investors turn their gaze inland, away from Miami's exclusive low-lying beach area, residents in one poorer neighbourhood further above sea level say rising rents are forcing them out.

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5 charts that show the Earth’s climate in uncharted territory

Amid what’s destined to be the Earth’s warmest year on record, multiple climate data points have catapulted to stunning extremes.

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In Miami, it’s no coincidence marginalized neighborhoods are hotter

New research suggests the problem traces to a historical federal program that was turned against those who needed it most, through a practice known as redlining.

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Climate change and Miami: How is Miami adapting to rising sea levels?

The coastal city wants to build its way out of climate change. Is that smart?
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Eight excellent books on sea level rise risk for U.S. cities

If you live in or are considering moving to Miami, Charleston, Houston, New Orleans, New York City, Norfolk, the Florida Keys, or coastal New Jersey, you should read these sea level rise books.

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