Miami 2100: Envisioning a Resilient Second Century, is an exhibition about planning for climate change and sea level rise in Greater Miami, which will be on display at the Coral Gables Museum through March 1. Visitors will find various small plexiglass models, infographics and an interactive wall with video clips among other displays. The centerpiece of the exhibit is a massive light-up model of Miami, which guests can light up with the use of a remote control to see how the city’s different areas will be affected by rising sea levels.
Miami 2100: Envisioning a Resilient Second Century, is an exhibition about planning for climate change and sea level rise in Greater Miami, which will be on display at the Coral Gables Museum through March 1. Visitors will find various small plexiglass models, infographics and an interactive wall with video clips among other displays. The centerpiece of the exhibit is a massive light-up model of Miami, which guests can light up with the use of a remote control to see how the city’s different areas will be affected by rising sea levels. Matias J. Ocner Miami Herald Staff
Miami 2100: Envisioning a Resilient Second Century, is an exhibition about planning for climate change and sea level rise in Greater Miami, which will be on display at the Coral Gables Museum through March 1. Visitors will find various small plexiglass models, infographics and an interactive wall with video clips among other displays. The centerpiece of the exhibit is a massive light-up model of Miami, which guests can light up with the use of a remote control to see how the city’s different areas will be affected by rising sea levels. Matias J. Ocner Miami Herald Staff

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