The Center for Urban and Environmental Solutions is dedicated to helping communities and decision makers plan for urban and environmental issues and enhance quality of life through partnerships, education, and research. 

Florida Atlantic University Visualizing Sea Level Rise in West Palm Beach

Immerse yourself in West Palm Beach’s virtual reality (VR) experience, Visualizing Sea Level Rise in West Palm Beach. After the interaction, you can also participate in a research study investigating virtual reality and sea-level rise. FREE - Find times and locations at FUTUREFLOODING

 

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Hurricane Preparedness: Evaluating Plans for Large Cities Across the U.S.
The measurable changes in sea-level rise – and the scientific projections of its increase within the next 30 years – present immense challenges to our notions of living and continuing to develop in South Florida’s flood...
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John Renne Featured on WPTV's To the Point Coastal Communities Rebuilding from Hurricane Ian
The measurable changes in sea-level rise – and the scientific projections of its increase within the next 30 years – present immense challenges to our notions of living and continuing to develop in South Florida’s flood...
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WPTV - 30-year Anniversary of Hurricane Andrew
The measurable changes in sea-level rise – and the scientific projections of its increase within the next 30 years – present immense challenges to our notions of living and continuing to develop in South Florida’s flood...
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Research and Engagement
Partnership for Sustainable Communities
The FAU Partnership for Sustainable Communities is an initiative to address issues of sustainability, housing, economic viability, clean air and water, public safety, walkability and health, and other livability goals.
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MacArthur Foundation and Abacoa Project
The MacArthur Foundation and the state of Florida in partnership with CUES at FAU established a $4 million endowment known as the Abacoa Project.
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Transportation Solutions for Students
FAU has received a $375,000 implementation and research grant from The Kresge Foundation to identify, address and evaluate transportation solutions for students.
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