FEMA’s flood insurance chief says we’re ALL at risk

Global climate is changing. Coastal water levels are rising. Storms are becoming more unpredictable—what are we going to do about it?

Climate change—and rising oceans engulfing Florida—are some of the biggest existential threats to our livelihood and state economy.

The situation is so bad that FEMA’s flood insurance program chief now recommends that all Floridians should have a policy. Credit agencies are also downgrading municipalities that do not make infrastructure improvements to handle these growing and more frequent floods.

Can you help me get to the Florida House so we can push an agenda that forces our Legislature to protect our environment, coastlines, and to promote clean energy? Please donate $5, $25, $50, or any amount you can spare to help the campaign.

Thank you! We owe it to future generations.

—Emma Collum