Date: Monday, April 4, 3:15-4:45pm
We are so excited to welcome you to the next event in our Climate Migration Series!
In this talk Nadia will focus on current flooding risks in Miami-Dade, how residents are adapting and their considerations in possibly moving in the future as a result of sea level rise. For her research, Nadia interviewed 40 residents across Miami in early 2021, investigating the relationship between flooding exposure, socioeconomic vulnerability and climate migration.
This event is part of a larger series that will occur on 1st Mondays, March through June, starting at 3:15PM. It will feature scientists and specialists from across the country who will share their expertise in ways designed specifically for youth, teachers, informal educators, and librarians. Specific topics range from an overview of global patterns of climate risk and migration to personal narratives of how residents are adapting to and relocating as caused by climate change.
There will be dedicated time at the end of the presentation for Color of Climate members and other youth to ask questions. Register below!
This series is co-hosted by Gateway Community Services Maine’s Color of Climate Youth Coalition, The Gulf of Maine Research Institute’s Climate Center and the Learning Ecosystems Northeast educator network.
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