Marisa Prieto, Miami

Marissa Prieto from CLEO Institute, discusses her ideas on resilience and HighWaterLine with Resilient Miami.

 

“Doing the chalking and seeing the mark in the areas that you live and areas that work in, and areas that you play in, is really powerful for anyone. Even if you spend all day looking at the maps and looking at the inundation on you know, projections. It still is really powerful to be pushing the cart [chalker] and looking at it compared to where you live and where you wanted to stay – where you want to stay and hope to still be able to live.”

“It’s not us versus them. It’s all of us, and we’re all in it and we all want to stay here.”

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