When Superstorm Sandy knocked out the power one year ago, UWUA members worked for months to restore power & get life back to normal. Here, UWUA members talk about what they saw following Sandy & why prepare our infrastructure for climate change.
One year ago, Superstorm Sandy showed us our infrastructure isn’t prepared for climate change. One year later, we need to take action. Learn more about the 5 things we should do to prepare for climate change here.
59% of likely voters agree: “We must do more to protect the safety and security of millions of Americans by requiring high-risk chemical facilities to switch to safer processes and chemicals when they are available, effective and affordable.”
"Here in the United States, we have the know how, the skill, and the ingenuity we need to take on climate change. We can, and must, turn this public health and environmental challenge into an economic opportunity. As the President has reminded us, all we need is the courage to act." - #EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy