“Much of my socially engaged art practice is structured around the idea of slow activism – creating experiential activities that truly pique curiosity, instill a sense of responsibility, and encourage further exploration into critical environmental issues. Education is vital to all advocacy and conservation.
To this end, I worked with my team to curate an online resource hub, the “Underwater Intel,” that introduces an array of topics connected to climate change, provides examples of leaders doing inspirational work, and shares local organizations that are committed to improving the lives of Miamians.”
– Xavier Cortada
PEOPLE who are making impacts across various sectors in South Florida and beyond.
PLACES that bring us closer to nature and give a space for inspiration, sustenance, and love.
PLANET is what connects us all and provides endless opportunities for curiosity and growth.
PeRSONAL THEORY OF CHANGE
Your personal theory if change is the way you choose to contribute to the fight to halt the climate crisis. As you explore the Intel on this page, consider your skills, passions and aspirations and how you might be able to equip them in pursuit of a liveable future for all.
To assist you in this exploration, all of the resources have been broken down into the following five categories: Art, Justice, Health, Business, and Science. You are also encouraged to stay up to date with local environmental information through The Invading Sea, a collaboration between 26 Florida news outlets.
The process of making the impacts of climate change less severe.