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Greater Miami water resilience profile (CWRA)

Source(s):  The Resilience Shift

Greater Miami and the Beaches (GM&B)— encompassing Miami-Dade County, the City of Miami, the City of Miami Beach and an additional thirty-two municipalities within the County’s boundaries—is home to nearly three million people, and acts as a cultural and economic driver for Florida and the region. With much of its population living at or near to sea-level, GM&B faces serious water-related risks that are expected to increase over the coming decades due to climate change and sea-level rise.

Building on previous and ongoing initiatives, the Greater Miami and the Beaches Water Resilience Profile represents a continuation of regional efforts to build resilience capacity and explore holistic strategies to improve the water security of the region. The insights generated as part of this work will help bring together stakeholders to help protect the lives, livelihoods and well-being of the region’s inhabitants and environment.



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  • Greater Miami water resilience profile (CWRA)
  • Publication date 2020
  • Author(s) Avello, Pilar; Beane, George; Bristow, James et al.

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