In South Florida, Finding Climate Change Solutions Transcends Party Politics

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The environment is a big, complex issue in South Florida. The Everglades ecosystem relies on a supply of fresh water flowing south, but the development of Florida has hindered that flow.

Closer to the coast, places like Miami Beach are dealing with the threat of rising seas. Policymakers have come up with solutions to deal with these issues.

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