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Miami-Dade County Climate Programs

South Florida is one of the regions most vulnerable to the impacts of climate change, especially sea level rise. Miami-Dade County is working to address the root cause: greenhouse gas emissions.

The County is making preparations by upgrading infrastructure, protecting vulnerable communities and supporting innovative solutions. Since 1991, the Board of County Commissioners has passed about 50 resolutions to establish an ecologically, economically and socially sensitive approach to climate change.

  • Greenhouse gas commitment and targets

  • Reducing carbon pollution

  • Sustainable buildings and infrastructure

  • Solar energy

  • Preparing and adapting to climate change impacts

  • Outreach, collaboration and planning

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