After Irma, environmental groups mobolize to clean up debris - on shore and streets

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After Irma, environmental groups mobilize to clean up debris - on shore and streets

Hurricane Irma turned streets into rivers, snapped trees in half, displaced thousands and hit South Florida's infrastructure with thousands in damages. While the storm bombarded the roads with debris and swept sand from the beaches, it also sparked a change in some of Miami's top environmental nonprofits, which modified their goals and event schedules post Irma.


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After Irma, environmental groups mobolize to clean up debris - on shore and streets
After Irma, environmental groups mobolize to clean up debris - on shore and streets
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