WJCT Public Media, the Northeast Florida Regional Council (NEFRC) and the Jacksonville Environmental Protection Board (JEPB) hosted a virtual community conversation on October 7 featuring two panels of local elected officials and subject matter experts. Issues addressed included coastal & riverine flooding, sea level rise, environmental justice and related policies.
WJCT Public Media and the Northeast Florida Regional Council hosted an ADAPT conversation on July 14 focused on the parallels between, and the intersections of, climate change and the coronavirus and how these crises are affecting our state and region.
Meet six people helping the First Coast adapt to sea level rise and the other effects of climate change
The city of Jacksonville is offering to buy out homes in a flood-prone riverfront neighborhood.
The Florida grasshopper sparrow is the continent’s most endangered bird. Climate change isn’t helping.
Some homeowners and city officials in Duval County’s coastal towns are taking rising seas seriously.
A South Florida builder is trying to make prefabricated chic.
As coastal property values drop, the economic effects could ripple inland.
What’s good for today’s economy isn’t so great for tomorrow’s earth.
In a city whose livelihood depends on its past, it pays to keep history above water.
How A Maine Island's Residents Are Tackling The Climate Emergency
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They believe the solutions will come not from laws but from neighbors.
With Weather Extremes Projected For Jacksonville, Elected Officials Cool To Aggressive Climate Action
Letting the market dictate solutions is the prevailing mantra.
A riverfront hospital is bulking up its flood protection after nearly having to evacuate during Hurricane Irma.