South Florida’s green movement is rather belated, dating back to around 2008 – however organizations have and are currently in the process of combating rising sea levels despite the odds. This initiative is rooted in the aftermath of Florida’s recurring hurricane seasons, as floodwaters began to overwhelm physical land. The CLEO Institute founded an outreach program, otherwise known as the “Climate Change 101 Community Outreach Project”, centered around educating the public in regards to rising sea levels in 2010 despite their efforts originally having gone towards reducing air pollution. However, given that the CLEO Institute’s purpose is “dedicated to climate change education, engagement, and advocacy”, the organization recognized rising sea levels as a prominent and relevan byproduct of climate change within South Florida. The CLEO Institute now works towards educating the public in regards to the correlation between climate change, while also providing them the means to inform their social circles of this matter. This outreach has placed much of its focus on areas such as Liberty City, Little Haiti, Shorecrest and Sweetwater, as these are all communities particularly vulnerbale to drastic climate changes – their efforts extend beyond awareness, as these communities are also provided with the means of and tools to prepare their communities for the repercussions of rising sea levels . The CLEO Institute has collaborated with UM-CIMAS, FIU’s Sea Level Solutions Center, The New Florida Majority, and Catalyst Miami, in an attempt to achieve their goal. Workshops have been hosted, as have town halls, and everyone is encouraged to participate: residents, city and county staff, scientists, local businesses, elected officials, and those who may or may not be defined as any of these individuals. Regardless of the case, the CLEO Institute has combated the rapidly growing shift in sea levels by establishing an agenda that is developed around the concerns of the people. (Arias, 2015)Miami Water Keeper dates back to 1966, and has developed movements around preserving bodies of water since 1999. Preservation of water and “combating” water for a change, however, appear to be polarizing in relation to one another – due to the input of Sea Level Rise Task Force by Miami-Dade County and the Southeast Florida Regional Climate Compact, Miami Water Keeper has begun to implement practices that encourage the resistance of rising sea levels. Miami Water Keeper actively supports water based ecosystems and ensures that the science to sea level rise is accessible to elected officials — this paves a pathway for sea level rise prevention to be incorporated into public planning. Miami Water Keeper often serves as something of a megaphone fpr Miami-Dade County Sea Level Rise Task Force and the Southeast Florida Regional Climate Compact, and pushes for sustainable alternatives and development within the context of infrastructural projects. Everglades restoration is at the forefront of Miami Water Keepers’ priorities due to its position as South Florida’s aquifer. (Miami Waterkeeper, 2017)Sea level rise prevention have been discovered on a national level as well, and are not limited to the region of South Florida. The rate at which sea levels are rising impacts the infrastructure of the globe as a whole: and thus, the The Sea Level Rise Foundation was developed by President of Seychelles, James Michel in 2007 due to the UN’s presentation on climate change. The Sea-Level Rise Foundation, in juxtaposition to the two organizations discussed prior, predominantly places its focus on small island states and thus attempts to draw attention to the ways in which climate change has shaped low lying areas. The foundation serves as an international meeting grounds for leaders in small scale, impacted areas. The objective is to develop sea level rise prevention programs that not only maintain the security of the community, diffuse information pertaining to the growing effects of climate change on the region, and educate the public, but to explicitly do so within a cost effective budget. The Sea Level Rise Foundation has established an online, research heavy database, forged partnerships in order to appropriately mobilize resources, and ultimately reduced susceptibility to sea level rise.