Climate change: Global problem, local response

By Susan Kang

The People’s Climate March was held this past Sunday, anchored by a Washington DC march that drew 200,000 protestors as well as 350 solidarity events in the U.S. and beyond.  As you may know, global climate change is a significant problem that is likely to have disastrous effects in our lifetimes.  We only need to look at the devastating effects of Superstorm Sandy in New York City alone to recognize how vulnerable we are to rising sea levels, extreme weather events, and global warming. Continue reading “Climate change: Global problem, local response”