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Sea Level Rise Strategy

With its ongoing Sea Level Rise Strategy project, Miami-Dade County is identifying and developing financially-feasible mitigation and adaptation strategies to prepare for sea level rise and coastal storms. This includes analyzing multiple "adaptation pathways" and quantifying the economic cost of inaction.

Project goals

The final report from Arcadis U.S. will provide guidance on several key questions:

  • What are the impacts of sea level rise on the County?
  • What strategies will work to adapt to rising sea levels?
  • What strategies are best suited for different neighborhoods?
  • What are the benefits and trade-offs of different adaptation strategies?
  • What projects and policy changes can be implemented in the short term?
  • What decisions does our community need to make to prepare for sea level rise in the long term?

Partner initiatives

Miami-Dade County’s longstanding commitment to address climate-related impacts is demonstrated by its leadership and partnerships with several key initiatives.


The Sea Level Rise Strategy project will integrate these and other ongoing complimentary efforts. It will also build upon previous studies conducted by the county and incorporate city, state and federal plans for addressing sea level rise within Miami-Dade.

Contact information

If you have questions or would like to get involved, send an email to:

Katherine Hagemann
Miami-Dade County Office of Resilience
katherine.hagemann@miamidade.gov

Ajani StewartArcadis U.S. Inc.
ajani.stewart@arcadis.com

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