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Climate Justice

As south Floridians, we’re keenly aware the climate crisis – far from an abstraction – is already here. And while we all share our share of responsibility in taking care of our planet and advocating for policies that center both resiliency and sustainability, the impact of of rising sea levels will disproportionately impact marginalized communities.

Climate Justice

Climate Justice

We bring together Miamians for direct service projects and facilitated discussions around environmental impacts and policies that give communities an authentic seat at the decision-making table, where residents are supported and well-positioned to think critically of the interconnections between climate pressures, affordable housing, health, sustainability, resiliency, equity, and opportunity.

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Earth Week Beach Cleanup with Miami Freedom Project and Historic Virginia Key Beach Park Trust

Celebrate this Earth Week by joining Miami Freedom Project and Historic Virginia Key Beach Park Trust for a Saturday beach clean-up. The clean up will be led by environmentalist and amateur mangrove trash collector Andrew Otazo.  Andrew has spent over 113 days days over four years removing18,495 pounds of trash from South Florida's mangrove forests and ocean floor. Let's […]

World Ocean Day Clean Up of Virginia Key Beach with Andrew Otazo

Celebrate this year's World Ocean Day by joining Miami Freedom Project for a Saturday clean up of historic Virginia Key Beach. The clean up will be led by environmentalist and amateur mangrove trash collector Andrew Otazo.  Andrew has spent 100 days over three years removing 13,640 pounds of trash from South Florida's mangrove forests and ocean floor. Let's […]

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