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Pinecrest Gardens Hosts First ‘Underwater Homeowners Association’ Meeting
By Andrew Quintana
WLRN
1/10/2019

Want To Learn More About Sea Level Rise? Miami-Dade Offers A Free Training
By Andrew Quintana
WLRN
1/28/2019

A LOOK BACK AT WHAT MADE ART BASEL 2018 SO SPECIAL
By Erica Corsano
Ocean Drive
2/4/2019

As the Florida Legislature meets for its annual session, please share what you think is the top issue facing Florida and some possible solutions state leaders should be exploring to address that problem.
Miami Herald
3/22/2019

Homeowners group promotes climate change action
By Associated Press
YouTube
3/28/2019

‘Underwater’ homeowners group promotes climate change action
By Jennifer Kay
Tampa Bay Times
3/29/2019

Artista alerta sobre el cambio climatico
By Associated Press
El Universal
3/29/2019

Leading a conversation to fuel change in Florida
UM News
News @ TheU
3/29/2019

Hausbesitzer in Florida
By Jennifer Kay
ZDFheute
3/31/2019

In sign of the times, ‘underwater homeowners’ mobilize on climate change
By Associated Press
Boston.com
4/2/2019

International Association of Curators of Contemporary Art (IKT)
e-flux
4/2/2019

High school and architecture students collaborate on culture
By Barbara Gutierrez
News @ TheU
4/2/2019

Antarctic algae, alternative photosynthesis and art
By Susan Meikle
Miami University
4/3/2019

Miami’s Rising Seas Force ‘Underwater Homeowners’ to Mobilize
By Jennifer Kay
Insurance Journal
4/5/2019

Using art to show the threat of climate change
By Bethany Brookshire
Science News for Students
4/5/2019

Grassroots efforts to raise awareness of rising sea levels | Opinion
By Olivia Nedd
Sun Sentinel
4/8/2019

Rising Seas May Mean Tampa Bay Floods Even During Sunny Days
By Steve Newborn
WUSF
4/8/2019

Art as Activism: “Ripped From The Headlines” New Exhibition at The Projects Contemporary Art Space in FATVillage
Boca Raton Tribune
4/9/2019

Trump tweets, #MeToo scandal at Fort Lauderdale political art show ‘Ripped From the Headlines’
By Phillip Valys
Sun Sentinel
4/24/2019

¿Deben usarse fondos públicos para escuelas privadas? Solamente con la debida supervisión, dicen los Influyentes
By Samantha J. Gross
el Nuevo Herald
5/17/2019

Should public money go to private schools? Only with proper oversight, Influencers say
By Samantha Gross
Miami Herald
5/20/2019

Influencers to the Democrats: Tell us your solutions to Florida’s many challenges
Miami Herald
6/25/2019

Miami-Dade County launches ‘Arts Resilient 305’ initiative
By Liliana Hernandez-Constenla
Miami’s Community Newspapers
7/2/2019

Protesters gather outside migrant detention center in Homestead
By Lynn Martinez
7 News WSVN
7/4/2019

Tuesday, July 9th: Ace Atkins, Franklin Foil, Xavier Cortada
By Jim Engster
WRKF 89.3 – NPR News for Baton Rouge
7/9/2019

Louisiana Arts Summit brings together creative professionals and business leaders for July 15-16 session
By Robin Miller
THE ADVOCATE
7/9/2019

Yard signs showcase Miami’s vulnerability to sea-level rise
By Sarah Kennedy
Yale Climate Connections
8/13/2019

Bakehouse Art Complex Panel Merges Artists’ Studio Tours with Climate Activism
By Chris Malone
Miami New Times
9/12/2019

Xavier Cortada’s ‘Science Art’ Brings Attention to Sea Level Rise in Miami
By Theresa Pinto
Miami Beach Times
9/13/2019

The Art of Tackling Climate Change
By Ethan Oberman
WYNC Studios- The Takeaway
9/19/2019

Local homeowners asked to plant salt-tolerant mangrove seedling
By Rachel Pinzur
Miami’s Community Newspapers
9/24/2019

Artist Xavier Cortada Is Asking Miamians to Plant the City’s First Urban Magrove Forest 
By Suzannah Friscia
Miami New Times
9/25/2019

Un artista de Miami siembra en conciencias y jardines para un futuro inundado
By Ana Mengotti 
EFE
9/27/2019

Artista de Miami siembra en conciencias y jardines
By Ana Mengotti 
La Republica
9/27/2019

Un artista de Miami siembra en conciencias y jardines para un futuro inundado
By Ana Mengotti 
eldiario.es
9/27/2019

An Environmental Artist Wants You To Plant Mangroves In Your Backyard. Here’s Why. 
By Alejandra Martinez
WLRN
9/30/2019

Planting mangroves may just save Miami from a climate change apocalypse
By Matthew Meltzer
Matador Network
10/3/2019