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In Miami, Combating Climate Change Block by Block
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In Miami, Combating Climate Change Block by Block

Baby Steps: learn more about The Miami Foundation’s work to address the problems our community faces and their quest to build a strong and resilient Miami one block at a time.

On Monday, The Takeaway looked at how engineers have adapted Miami’s infrastructure to combat sea level rise. But it’s not just Miami’s architects who are grappling with climate change. In recent years, philanthropic groups like The Miami Foundation have shifted their missions to focus more on sustainability.

The Takeaway’s trip this week to Miami was made possible in part by The Miami Foundation, and we sat down with Javier Alberto Soto, president and C.E.O. of The Miami Foundation, to learn more about what his organization is doing to address our changing world.