ROUNDTABLE: October 31, 2012
Extreme weather events such as Hurricane Sandy highlight the need to be prepared for the impacts of climate disruption. What can and should climate practitioners say to connect the dots and build awareness of the need for climate preparation? How can organizations respond to the underlying threat while still being sensitive to the fears and difficulties people are facing in their communities? What considerations need to be made when extreme weather events are occurring at politically critical times?
The roundtable featured Hunter Cutting (Climate Nexus), Joe Witte (Emmy-award winning meteorologist) and Rick Ridder (RBI Strategies and Research), moderated by Cara Pike (Climate Access).
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