Climate

Miami Organizations Announce Community Resiliency Meetings In Miami-Dade & Broward

The community meetings are just one part of a larger statewide initiative dedicated to building better resilience infrastructure within low-income neighborhoods.

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Disaster Resilence Community Meetings

Check out this list of planned community meetings in Miami-Dade and Broward Counties, and join one near you to help create disaster preparedness plans for your community.

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NewFM Kicks off ‘Movement Mondays’ Social Gatherings

New Florida Majority's Movement Monday social gathering hopes to provide a well-needed space for relaxation and fun, especially among those who work in social justice organizations and other service-oriented non-profits.

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Dania Beach Residents Look to Question FPL at Tuesday Commission Meeting

NewFM: Community input is an important part of maintaining a just democracy. People don’t only want lower energy costs, they want a say in how those energy decisions get made.

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PSC Decision on Dania Beach Plant Ignores the Will of the People

We join with community residents in demanding that FPL and local government officials participate in a public meeting to answer to the communities they represent. It’s a question of respect.

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Community Meeting To Discusses the Expansion of a Local FPL Fracked Gas Burning Plant

Join NewFM and Dania Beach community leaders on Tuesday, February 13, 2018, to discuss the expansion of a fracked gas plant.

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Local Residents to State Commission: Clean Energy, Not Fracked Gas Plant Needed in Dania Beach

Residents of the historically black Florida community of Dania Beach traveled to Tallahassee to oppose a fracked gas burning plant proposed by power company FPL.

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NewFM Steps Up Voter Registration Efforts as Puerto Ricans fleeing Hurricane Maria begin to Arrive in Florida

New Florida Majority's voter registration efforts now include ensuring that those escaping the devestation of Hurricane Maria know that they have a political voice and a right to vote now that they are living in Florida.

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Tell Us A Bit About Your Hurricane Irma Experience

Fill out this survey about your Hurricane Irma experience so that we can improve local government's response to storms and implement plans that better serve neighborhood emergency response needs.

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Communities Look to Make Emergency Planning More Equitable After Irma

Liberty City activist and NewFM member Valencia Gunder hosts a post-Irma discussion that brings together a diverse group of almost 100 people across Miami Dade County to help generate solutions that prioritize low-income communities in storm and other emergency disaster planning efforts.

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