...without innovative adaptive capital planning it will threaten trillions of dollars of the region's built environment, our future water supply, our unique natural resources, our agricultural soils, and our basic economy."
- Harvey Ruvin, chair miami-dade sea level rise task force
“Miami 2100: Envisioning A Resilient Second Century”
...Is The Culmination Of Three Years Of Research And Design Work By Graduate Students And Faculty. It Reimagines Miami In The Next Century And The Changes That Could Be Made To The City And Its Infrastructure To Minimize Damage From Rising Sea Levels. The Exhibit Combines 3-Dimensional Models Of Buildings, Canals And Roads; Maps And Illustrations Of Where Flooding Could Occur; And Video And Computer-Generated Graphics To Create A Vision Of What Miami Could Do To Adapt In The Future.