The Florida Climate Reporting Network is a multi-newsroom initiative founded by the Miami Herald, the South Florida Sun Sentinel, The Palm Beach Post, the Orlando Sentinel, WLRN Public Media and the Tampa Bay Times.
The Marjorie is a proud member.
With grants awarded by the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting, this partnership of 17 news organizations has already begun producing and sharing stories on climate change in Florida.
The Network will produce a report on which Florida communities are at highest risk from rising sea levels and undertake a comprehensive, science-based assessment of the state’s current status and vulnerability to climate change.
Read the latest stories from the Network:
- Watershed: Florida and the Clean Water Act at 50 (WUFT News)
- Sea level rise will most affect the property lines of Florida’s coastal counties, a new report says (WUSF Public Media )
- These sparrows were on the brink of extinction. Now their resilience is wowing researchers (WMFE Central Florida)
- Artificially cooling the ocean won’t help us combat hurricanes, according to study (South Florida Sun Sentinel)