Communications Resources

Communications Resources

The following communications documents support climate practitioners in outreach and engagement activities.

Why Is Sea Level Rise Important To Me?

The Compact is pleased to share its newly developed resource, Sea Level Rise: Why is it Important to Me? The resource is available in English, Spanish and Creole. It provides support to local partners, community-based organizations, advocates, HOAs, and the general public in understanding what sea level rise is, what impacts it has on health, safety, infrastructure and wellbeing, and what can be done to address it.

¿Por qué es aumento del nivel del mar importante para mί?

El aumento del nivel del mar describe cómo los océanos del mundo se están volviendo más altos, en promedio, en relación con la tierra.
La tierra de los condados de Broward, Miami-Dade, Monroe y Palm Beach se encuentra en algunas de las elevaciones más bajas del país, lo que hace que nuestra región corra un riesgo especial de aumento del nivel del mar.

Poukisa elevasyon nivo lanmè enpòtan pou mwen?

Elevasyon nivo lanmè dekri kijan oseyan yo ki nan mond la ap vin pi wo, an mwayèn, parapò ak nivo latè.
Tè ki nan konte Broward, Miami-Dade, Monroe, ak Palm Beach sitiye pami nivo altitid ki pi ba yo nan peyi a, sa ki vin ekspoze rejyon nou an ak yon risk patikilye pou elevasyon nivo lanmè.

RCAP Implementation Resources: Glossary of Equity Terms

This glossary provides definitions of key terms to support an understanding of climate equity.

RCAP Implementation Resources: Climate Equity Poster

This poster was created for the Southeast Florida Regional Climate Change Compact’s 11th Annual Climate Leadership Summit poster session. It examines vulnerabilities to climate change from an equity lens.

US CLIVAR Variations: Designing the resilience coastal communities of the future: A Southeast Florida case study

The Southeast Florida Regional Climate Change Compact published an article on Designing the resilient coastal communities of the future: A Southeast Florida case study (pages 8-13), as part of the 2020 fall edition of the US CLIVAR Variations on US East Coast Sea Level Changes and Impacts. This publication highlights some of the leading edge work that is being advanced by practitioners and decision makers to improve coastal resilience to sea level rise. The Variations is a non-peer reviewed publication for the ocean and climate science community that focuses on timely research questions and activities.