Miami Beach Public Works director Eric Carpenter stands next to a project along Purdy Avenue, where workers are installing a piece of the city's expansive pump system.
Miami Beach Public Works director Eric Carpenter stands next to a project along Purdy Avenue, where workers are installing a piece of the city's expansive pump system. Kenny Malone WLRN-Miami Herald News
Miami Beach Public Works director Eric Carpenter stands next to a project along Purdy Avenue, where workers are installing a piece of the city's expansive pump system. Kenny Malone WLRN-Miami Herald News

Miami Beach plans future of literally ‘rising above’ climate change

March 25, 2015 4:16 PM

More Videos

  • Lake Okeechobee levels begin to drop after Hurricane Irma

    Water levels in Lake Okeechobee, the second largest freshwater lake in the United States, are starting to slowly drop after the impacts of Hurricane Irma raised lake levels three feet in a month.