Miami Climate Alliance

People-Centered Solutions to Our Climate Crisis

Organize

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

Communicate

Build urgency around opportunities for systemic social change

Resource

Increase the capacity of our members to advance bold solutions
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Who We Are

OUR MEMBERS

Latest Events

Resilient Miami Working Group

Next call: July 20, 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.

To join, email miamiclimatealliance@gmail.com

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Disaster Resilience Working Group

Next call: July 22, 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. 
To join, email miamiclimatealliance@gmail.com

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Climate & Health Working Group

Next call: August 3, 2021 - he MCA Climate & Health Working Group will come together to solve issues on the intersections of the climate crisisand health justice, including the disparate impacts of extreme heat. To join, please email miamiclimatealliance@gmail.com

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WHAT WE CARE ABOUT

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

Miami-Dade wants your feedback on climate strategy

Take a survey on Miami-Dade County's Climate Action Strategy and offer valuable feedback to continue planning for the effects of climate change. The communitywide plan, currently in draft form and released on Earth Day, is designed to cut greenhouse gas emissions in half by 2030 and reach net-zero carbon emissions by 2050. The survey, which builds on the County's Thrive305 Civic Engagement Initiative, is available […]

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Be Ready Before the Storm

Making Sense of the 2021 Hurricane Season: This webinar will present information and research findings to inform the public on hurricane preparedness barriers and trends.

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Celebrate Juneteenth with Roots Collective

This Juneteenth the Roots Collective has an entire weekend of community! Friday, June 18th - Kickback Friday Juneteenth edition at the Roots Black House (5525 NW 7th Ave Miami Fl 33127) Saturday, June 19th (Juneteenth) - 20 SoFlo orgs to host a full day Block Party / Day of Service with BBQ, Music, Community Walks and Runs, Giveaways, Youth Activities and much more […]

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MCA Press Coverage

Media Spotlight

FPL’s $2 billion hike is too much for Miami families 

At a time when many Miami families are struggling to keep the lights on, Florida Power & Light (FPL) wants to force them to foot the bill for a $2 billion rate hike — the largest rate increase in our state’s history.  FPL’s proposed rate hike will increase the utility’s revenue by $6.5 billion. Energy Information Administration data […]

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Protestors Rally Against Proposed FPL Rate Increases

Community groups are holding a demonstration in Miami Thursday to protest proposed rate hikes by Florida Power & Light. NBC 6’s Paxton Boyd reports. See video here.

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Miami's Frontlines Against Our Climate Crisis.

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