Miami-Dade & the Biscayne Bay Futures

The proposals aim at visioning an interdisciplinary convergence, that will dare broad scale actions in the mitigation of Climate Change and Sea Level Rise consequences for the vulnerable region of Miami Dade, home to almost 3 million inhabitants, and part of the South Florida Metropolitan Area of more than 6 million. The ideas take into consideration are not only the risk abating strategies, but incorporate environmental conservation, water management, energy generation, transportation, housing, economic development and quality of life for all. Coordinated by the Center for Hydro-generated Urbanism with the strong support in particular from our UNESCO partners, the ideas were developed through Graduate Studios, Independent Studies, Master Research Thesis, doctoral thesis and multilateral Workshops and Conferences.

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