The SWFL Climate & Community Initiative was founded by concerned organizations and businesses who believe that our region needs to work together to address our climate challenges. With unrelenting passion and drive, these organizations are committed to educating, motivating, and uniting the people of Southwest Florida to find solutions and inspire actions that will preserve our shared environment, lifestyle, and economy.
Now is the
Time to Act
High-tide flooding is now 300% to more than 900% more frequent.
Food waste makes up 8% of US greenhouse gas emissions.
Coral reefs have declined by 50% since 1950's due to pollution, overfishing, and changes in climate.
A tree canopy can reduce temperatures by 10 degrees Fahrenheit.