We’re a leading voice in Florida, helping communities in their efforts to plan and adapt for the future impacts of weather and sea level rise.
“The implementation of long-term solutions will require time, coordination, research, planning and funding, none of which has been dedicated in significant enough quantities to combat this threat.”
– Roman Gastesi, Monroe County Administrator
Kristin Jacobs, Executive Director
Resiliency Florida Executive Director Kristin Jacobs at BDA Executive Forum Miami – October 18, 2018
Representatives says education and public awareness about Bermuda’s critical reinsurance market is vital, and Florida and Bermuda must work together on resiliency issues to benefit both stakeholder communities.
Key Areas of Focus
Op-Ed by Lisa Rinaman, St. Johns Waterkeeper, Oct. 20, 2019 https://www.jacksonville.com/opinion/20191020/guest-column-saltwater-intrusion-is-threat-to-st-johns-river While some may view ...
More Parks and Resilient Spaces Hold Key to Fort Lauderdale’s Development, says Urban Land Institute
Caitie Switalski, WLRN, Oct. 18, 2019 Link: https://www.wlrn.org/post/more-parks-and-resilient-spaces-hold-key-fort-lauderdales-development-says-urban-land-institute More parks, more parks management, and more ...
Jenny Staletovich, WLRN, Oct. 18, 2019 Link: https://www.wlrn.org/post/seas-are-rising-south-florida-so-why-dont-tide-forecasts-show Some of the most dramatic sea rise ...
Get more today
Request More Information
To receive more information on Resiliency Florida and our cause, you can send us a message here. You can also feel free to ask us questions and more.