Last year was the hottest-ever on record in Jacksonville—where some areas of town are still recovering from the last major hurricane.
And with seas projected to rise more than 6 feet by the end of the century, builders continue to put homes and businesses along the waterfront.
So who are the people in Northeast Florida working to protect us and help us adapt to sea-level rise and other effects of climate change?
We’ll meet them in the upcoming ADAPT podcast, hosted by Brendan Rivers.
The ADAPT podcast is a production of WJCT News in Jacksonville, Florida. Before the episodes drop this month, check out the first edition of the ADAPT magazine, at adaptflorida.org. ADAPT is made possible by our readers, with additional support from the Arthur Vining Davis Foundations and the 2040 Foundation.