Published on Oct 29, 2014
In the two years since Superstorm Sandy ravaged the East Coast, communities worldwide have continued to suffer the effects of climate change – droughts, storms, wildfires, and biblical flooding – driven by the unlimited burning of fossil fuels.
In honor of the anniversaries of Sandy in the US and Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines, The Climate Reality Project hosted a webinar highlighting the connection between carbon pollution from fossil fuels and the extreme weather devastating our cities – and what people can do about it today.
Join The Climate Reality Project’s Ryan Towell, meteorologist and Director of Science and Solutions and Stephen Mills, Director of Strategic Partnerships, to learn more about:
How carbon pollution contributes to climate change
– How climate change impacts storms like Sandy and Haiyan
– Why the “speed limit” on hurricanes has increased
– What you can do to support limits on carbon pollution
If you haven’t done so already, please remember to send a comment to the EPA in support of limits on carbon pollution here: http://bit.ly/CPPwebinar