December 7, 2022

Sea-Level Rise

Sea-level rise and Florida: 2075 - 2100

What We'll See: As Florida's Millennial generation dies out, their children will see … Much of Naples, Fort Myers and Cape Coral are under the sea. Read more »
Published on 10/26/2017

Sea-level rise and Florida: 2025 - 2050

What We'll See: As in the story about the frog and the pot of water on the burner, property owners, taxpayers and investors begin to feel the heat in this period. Read more »
Published on 10/26/2017

Sea-level rise and Florida: 2050 - 2075

What We'll See: Millennial generation Floridians, by this period in their senior years, will be living in a Florida much changed from that of their youth. Read more »
Published on 10/26/2017

Sea-level rise and Florida: Present - 2025

What We'll See: Not much. The difference between a 1½-inch rise in sea level and a 3½-inch rise is less than the daily tidal variation. Read more »
Published on 10/26/2017

Learning to live with water

Forget climate change histrionics; the seas around Florida have been rising foreons. Read more »
Published on 10/26/2017

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In the parking lot of an abandoned grocery store, a food drive meets needs
In the parking lot of an abandoned grocery store, a food drive meets needs

Over the course of the morning, volunteers will hand out boxes full of produce and pantry items. More than 300 people will walk — or drive — away with cartons of eggs and gallons of milk, bread and pastries and cereal. They’ll leave with bags of bananas, and apples and meats that they’ll feed to their families.

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