People have been asking me how I weathered Hurricane Sandy being from New York City.
Part of me is beyond grateful that we only had some broken branches and a traffic light tip over.
|East 91st Street between 2nd & 3rd Avenues
|Corner of 92nd & 2nd Avenue
And then there is the part of me that feels guilty as so many people are suffering.
Some of my friends waded through waist deep water and lost power.
Since Hurricane Sandy, there has been a great deal of talk about climate change and “dirty weather.”
Dirty Energy pollution is heating up our climate, and we end up with Dirty Weather. Today, climate disruption affects us all. And it will take all of us together to solve it.
It is now more important than ever that we take a stand against climate change.
Millions will join me and Al Gore online tomorrow for the live broadcast of The Climate Reality Project’s 24 Hours of Reality: The Dirty Weather Report.
You can watch it right here. Just pick an hour…or two…and find out how the world is mobilizing to address this risk.