Going to the Beach This Summer?

#NaturePBS wants us to notice nature at the beach this summer. Their suggestions: Collect (photographs) of sand crabs and take note of how many you find Survey the shorebirds and identify the species in the area Watch the waves for sea creatures feeding close to shore Even better? Use your iNaturalist app to record your

University of Miami Student Housing Gets Green Roofs

The University of Miami’s new Lakeside Village student community housing demonstrates some of the best aspects of environmental sustainability in the built environment, as well as some of the most challenging scenarios. With its location on a sensitive coastal watershed in a hurricane zone, every aspect of the building operations must be accountable to the environment.

August 29: Resiliency Through Landscape Design in Public Spaces

Join USGBC Miami and leading industry professionals as we explore how resilient landscape architecture can be an effective tool to mitigate impacts of more frequent tidal flooding, coastal erosion, and stronger hurricanes. Learn what local designers, city officials, and organizations are doing to manage our climate adaptation strategies and to improve our local blue-green infrastructure

August 24: Green Urban Planning & Bird-Friendly Buildings

Earn your Wings — the Audubon Ambassador Program is open to anyone 18 years and older who is curious to learn more about the environment. Our August session spotlights Smart Growth, Green Urban Planning and Bird-Friendly Buildings. Learn about South Florida’s history of development and ways you can ensure a better future for our region.

April 13: Green Shorts Film Festival @ University of Miami

From pollution to sea-level rise, sunny-day flooding, harmful algal blooms, endangered/invasive species, coral bleaching, illegal wildlife trafficking, and issues of environmental justice, Green Shorts Film Festival (GSFF) highlights these stories in an array of student films and selections from the NY WILD Film Festival. Green Shorts Film Festival Organized by the University of Miami’s Ecocinema

Celebrating Planet Earth @ Frost Science

On April 20th, one of my favorite places in Miami – Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science – is hosting an all day series of events in honor of Earth Day 2019. Start your day off with a chance to make a difference with a MUVE led clean-up of our local green spaces and

University of Miami Lakeside Village Seeks LEED Gold

University of Miami’s 12-acre Lakeside Village Student Community Housing project, designed by Arquitectonica, will incorporate 25 interconnected buildings snaking around courtyards and outdoor spaces, all overlooking Lake Osceola at the UM’s Coral Gables campus. Amenities will include recreational spaces, music practice rooms, study areas, a meditation room, an exhibition space, an auditorium, a classroom, a

Rain Barrel Workshop – Saturday, June 3

DESCRIPTION: Come learn how harvesting rainwater can help reduce pollution from stormwater runoff and provide a supply of free, non-chlorinated, pH-neutral water for your garden, prize orchids, potted plants, and much more! The workshop is free to attend and recycled plastic 60-gallon food-grade drums (rain barrels) are available for purchase at $40.00 each. You may

4earth: 4 days, 4 events, 4 earth with the Miami Seaquarium

For Earth Day 2017, the Miami Seaquarium has organized four days of ocean and environmental awareness. Each event will focus on different issues that impact our local ecosystems, presented in an entertaining and engaging program with hand-on activities. There is something for everyone with most of the events being family friendly and free! April 20, 6:00pm –