Biscayne Bay is in trouble. Biologists say about 21 square miles of its seagrass have died off in the past decade.
It’s contaminated with litter and runoff from storm drains.
Organizers of a summit taking place Wednesday at Florida International University’s Biscayne Bay campus are hoping to change that.
Luiz Rodrigues is the former director of the Environmental Coalition of Miami and the Beaches. He decided to organize the summit in part because he got frustrated that cleanup efforts by his group and others just didn’t work.