Rising tide: priced out in Miami

Rising tide: priced out in Miami


Miami City’s Skyline, Through the Reflex System of a Camera. Photo courtesy of: ¬©Marc Martinez

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Miami is often seen as ground zero for the impacts of climate change in the U.S., but the fallout goes well beyond flooded streets. As real estate developers head to higher ground, rising rents in low-income communities there are threatening to push vulnerable residents out of their homes.

In this episode of CBSN Originals’ REVERB series, Adam Yamaguchi explores climate gentrification in Miami…

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