Author: Resiliency Florida

Transit Infrastructure Must Be Made Resilient to the Effects of Climate Change

In 2012, a hurricane churned its way up the Atlantic, merged with another storm, turned toward the shoreline and made landfall in the New York region — an event with devastating effects on property and infrastructure, including transit systems. The transportation system of metropolitan New York was significantly impacted, and the after effects of Superstorm […]

Water-use planning faces uncertainty

One of the big issues is how the increased withdrawals affect lakes and streams, and water bodies connected to them such as springs, as well as the aquifer in general. One of the big issues in addressing future water demands in Florida is how the increased withdrawals affect lakes and streams, and water bodies connected […]