Have you seen sea-level rise in South Florida?
Rising sea levels have given researchers new concerns for South Florida's future -- nine inches in the past hundred years with more to come in the future. South Florida is one of the most vulnerable communities to sea level rise.
On Nov. 7, WLRN-Miami Herald News will be moderating a town hall on sea-level rise with members of Congress and state leaders as part of the Southeast Florida Regional Climate Leadership Summit . Have questions about sea-level rise? Tweet us using #ElevationZero or leave us a message at 305-330-9576. Your questions may be asked during the town hall.
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