Miami-Dade County and the cities of Miami and Miami Beach each have a resilience officer who helps plan for long-term challenges like sea level rise, traffic and the high cost of housing.

The resilience officers work with local officials and also with a prestigious international program called 100 Resilient Cities. Last week, the trio from Greater Miami and the Beaches traveled to New York City for a global summit of the cities.

WLRN’s Kate Stein spoke with Miami-Dade County resilience officer Jim Murley about the trip and what topics are trending among international resilency experts.

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