As a scientist, I applaud the mayor for trying to protect New Yorkers from climate chaos. But who's looking out for the rest of America? It's hard to understand why President Obama isn't responding to the climate crisis with the same urgency displayed by the leader of our largest city.
Ultimately, the directors and volunteers are on the same side. But, so many people are telling so many tales as to who's to blame, you can't help but feel caught in the web of complete chaos. Nothing is as it appears to be, and those poor folks need help.
What Bradford recommends: warm clothing; a way to sterilize water, be it filtration, iodine or a battery-powered UV lamp
Without power or heat, we jumped at the chance to sleep on their sofa.
“We’re New Yorkers,” Lukos added, beginning the boil on another pot of coffee. “Sometimes we forget this. But we can get
Bradford and Chris Lukos, another Eastern Mountain Sports proprietor, kept the outdoorsman’s shop open every day post-Sandy
As devastating as the last week has been, what we learn from the experience helps us move forward and prepare for what might come in the future.
Thankfully, responsible media outlets are doing their job. They show us the scenes of devastation and despair caused by extreme weather disasters. They chronicle the undeniable trends in global warming. They explain the facts.
The first way people think of, and often the most obvious, is to simply ask for a loan from friends and neighbors who followed