The Washington Post: "In 'The Displacements,' A Hurricane Turns the Rich into Refugees"
A book review for a novel about a Miami family displaced by a hurricane cites RFF's Florida Climate Outlook.
Before loading your moving van, read “The Displacements,” by Bruce Holsinger. Yes, it’s just a novel, but Holsinger has built an apocalyptic plot on ground more secure than the foundations of many Miami homes. After all, considering the risks of hurricanes and floods driven by climate change, Resources for the Future, a nonpartisan economic think tank, called Miami “the most vulnerable major coastal city in the world.”
Resources Magazine — Mar 18, 2020
Florida Climate Outlook
How will Florida be impacted by climate change—not in 100 years, but in 20? RFF researchers answer this question in this comprehensive, visual report.
Resources Magazine — Oct 4, 2023
As Sea Levels Rise, So Does Wastewater
Sea level rise poses a threat for waste disposal infrastructure. In houses with septic systems, rising wastewater can cause unhygienic overflows and system failures. More funding and community involvement can help address this expensive, growing problem.
Common Resources — Sep 27, 2023
Financing Investments in Climate Resilience: A New Approach
A new federal loan program provides support for projects that improve the resilience of communities in dealing with the effects of climate change.