Four ways Miami startups are trying to save the planet


    Imagine building a company that has already saved 1.1 billion gallons of water. Or a system that significantly lowers the cost and increases the yield of fish farms — and fertilizes the organic crops around it.

    If the massive hospitality industry used only eco-friendly shampoos and products, imagine what a dent it would make in carbon emissions. And what about a company focused on getting Miami’s homes and businesses — as well as those in other cities — getting truly ready for climate change?