Miami Climate Alliance

People-Centered Solutions to Our Climate Crisis


Work with affected communities to identify and implement just solutions to the climate crisis


Build urgency around opportunities for systemic social change


Increase the capacity of our members to advance bold solutions
Featured Members

Who We Are


Latest Events

Clean Energy Working Group

Next call: May 3, 2021 
The Clean Energy Working Group is led by frontline communities, non-profits, and individuals who aim to bring 100% renewable energy to Miami-Dade County. A win for us means everyone has access to affordable clean energy and we welcome anyone who wants to join this fight!

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Gulf South 4 Green New Deal - FL call

Next call: May 5, 2021
The Gulf South is rising, y’all. Together, #WeDeclare climate action now through our own uniquely southern Green New Deal. Join us to discuss what this should look like in our communities. 
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Resilient Miami Working Group

Next call: May 11, 2021
Community members and partners co-lead a campaign to increase accountability and community input regarding government funding for development and infrastructure projects in Miami; includes advocacy for prioritizing low-income and working class communities’ needs and voices within climate resilience adaptation efforts.

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The Issues

Affordable Housing

Adequate housing is a human right and is vital to keeping our communities healthy, safe and empowered.

Clean Energy

We advocate for a just transition to a clean energy economy.

Public Transit

Mass transit is vital to the community. We fight to preserve and expand the existing transit system. 

Disaster Preparedness

Emergency preparedness and disaster response are important to the safety of every resident in our region.

Immigration Policy

We fight to protect our entire community, advocating for Sanctuary City policies and against ICE detainment.

Climate Gentrification

Miami’s most vulnerable neighborhoods are its highest in elevation which are at risk of rapid gentrification due to sea level rise.

Latest Blogs

What Does HB1 Do? Know Your Rights

The right to join with fellow citizens in protest or peaceful assembly is critical to a functioning democracy. But it is also unfortunately true that governments and police have violated this right— by using mass arrests, illegal force, the criminalization of protest, and other means intended to thwart the right to free public expression, assembly, […]

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Miami-Dade County announces efforts to address Climate Change

Climate Action Strategy - lays out a framework for County government and the community to achieve a 50% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions by 2030 (from a 2019 baseline) by transforming the way we use energy and the way we get around. Community feedback meetings will be held in coming months. Read the full report […]

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Energy Bill Burden Survey

Duke University, in partnership with Appalachian Voices and the North Carolina Justice Center, is conducting a research study to better understand how families and individuals across the Southeast pay their energy bills (electricity, national gas, propane, etc.).  In particular, we strive to understand the potential challenges households face in paying their energy bills, and whether […]

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MCA Press Coverage

Media Spotlight

Miami wants to slash carbon emissions 60% by 2035. How? That’s still up in the air

Miami has plans to slash carbon emissions, and those plans could change the way itsresidents get around town, cook their food and cool their homes — soon. Miami wants residents’ feedback on what kind of changes they would be willing to put up with, like more solar on city buildings, and which ones they wouldn’t. […]

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It’s time for Florida’s power companies to help consumers save energy

"At a time when many Floridians are struggling with high electric bills and many others facing disconnections, saving energy is essential. In other states, electric utilities help their customers by offering free or low-cost energy efficiency programs that lower energy bills for homes and businesses and improve safety and comfort. In Florida, these utility-run programs […]

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Miami's Frontlines Against Our Climate Crisis.

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