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

Resilient Miami Working Group

Next call: September 21, 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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Clean Energy Working Group

Next call: September 27, 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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Disaster Resilience Working Group

Next call: September 30, 2021
MCA, partners and community members co-lead this working group to address and understand the climate crisis, adaptation to and recovery from climate and other disasters impacting communities in South Florida. 
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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

Climate & Housing Wins in Miami

Thank you to everyone who showed up, spoke from the heart and made change happen! Last night, residents of Miami alongside GenCLEO, Miami Climate Alliance, Catalyst Miami, Engage Miami and other partners rallied outside Miami City Hall to demand investments in climate and housing. See video for highlights.  And then together we lined up to speak at […]

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Help Those Affected By Hurricane Ida

The Community Emergency Operations Center (CEOC) is a coalition of organizations formed after Hurricane Irma that coordinate timely response to poor, working class people before during and after disaster. We are lawyers, social workers, medical professionals and organizers that fulfill peoples needs during crisis interventions. Not only has the CEOC responded to Miami, it has […]

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Ever wanted to run for office?

Miami needs more elected leaders from right here within our communities. That’s why Catalyst Miami created the Catalyst Candidate Institute, which provides comprehensive training on the basics you need to know to ethically run a grassroots campaign.  By supporting community change-makers to run and understand the system, we can change the face of politics in Miami […]

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MCA Press Coverage

Media Spotlight

‘Activism works’: Miami plans to increase funding, hires for climate change department

"A month after Miami’s chief resilience officer announced his resignation, leaving the position in limbo for the second time in as many years, the city has moved to refill his job and hire two additional people for the resilience department. Advocates for climate action cheered the decision as a win for their long-running campaign to […]

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Cash-Strapped Miamians Protest FPL Rate Spike

Florida Power & Light (FPL) is pushing to raise electricity bills over the next four years, and if the move is approved by state regulators, the average user will start noticing their monthly bills increase by roughly $9 starting in January 2022, all the way to $16 by 2025. The original proposal called for an […]

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Miami's Frontlines Against Our Climate Crisis.

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