START WITH ASSESSING THE RISK TO YOUR OWN PROPERTY/COMMUNITY
“We came up with a series of hybrid solutions, nature based — that would add living shorelines, natural breakwaters, near-shore artificial reefs, and raised seawalls. It would add 39 acres of open park land for the citizens of Miami,” said Aida Curtis,
who also generated visuals of how bad the seawall would look — to further the argument for more equitable nature-based solutions.
Inland, Curtis’s landscape architecture and planning encourages development and other rules that truly create a sustainable network through all of Miami’s diverse communities.