Locals take future in their own hands at Climate Action event during Miami Climate Month

Vizcaya Museum and Gardens is hosting Climate Action: Inform and Empower on Wednesday, June 26 at 6:00 p.m. Climate Action a community discussion with hands-on activities designed to inform and empower locals around climate action.

The night begins with a keynote by Dr. Andrea Dutton from the University of Florida, followed by a panel discussion on the state of our climate, the urgency for climate action, and potential solutions. Moderated by Dawn Shirreffs of The Miami Foundation, the panel will feature Caroline Lewis (The CLEO Institute), Susan Glickman (Southern Alliance for Clean Energy) and Dr. Andrea Dutton (University of Florida).

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Natalia Ortiz
Miami Climate Month Spotlights the #ClimateEmergency

More than a dozen state and local organizations in Florida have teamed with national environmental groups to launch the first-ever Miami Climate Month, four weeks of public events and actions that will highlight the critical necessity of immediate action on climate during the month leading up to the first Democratic presidential primary debates.

Under the leadership of the Union of Concerned Scientists, the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy, ReThink Energy Florida, The CLEO Institute, and Environment Florida, Miami Climate Month is sounding the alarm about the urgency of the climate crisis.

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Natalia Ortiz
The CLEO Institute launches Public Service Announcement in collaboration with award-winning documentary filmmaker Michael Landsberg

The CLEO Institute is proud to announce the launch of a Public Service Announcement (PSA) video that was made in collaboration with Award-winning documentary filmmaker Michael Landsberg from Unicorn Fire Studios. Titled “Meet the Inheritors of Climate Change”, this video was produced with the hope of engaging parents from all over the world, despite their political or religion beliefs, to protect their children’s current—and future—climate reality, just like millions of parents did 49 years ago, on the first Earth Day celebration.

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Natalia Ortiz