What does sea-level rise mean to your kids?
The sea levels are rising in Florida -- nine inches in the past hundred years and a lot more projected for the next hundred years. WLRN-Miami Herald News is working on a special series about how South Florida is dealing with rising seas. And we want to know: what does sea-level rise mean to children and teens in Florida? Have you talked to your kids about it? Let us in on the conversation.
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