I still lack a home internet connection, which is somewhat frustrating! As readers can appreciate, this has an enormous impact on publishing. However in the interim I’d like to draw readers attention to the “24 Hours of Reality” event:
A lot can change in a day. This November 14, we hope you can help us make big change happen.
Join The Climate Reality Project for 24 Hours of Reality: The Dirty Weather Report. This will be our second annual, online event showing how global climate change is connected to the extreme weather we experience in our daily lives. The entire 24-hour event will be broadcast live over the Internet.
We’ll move between our home studio in New York City and into each region of the world, bringing voices, news and multimedia content across all 24 time zones. We’ll feature videos from around the globe, man-on-the-street reports, music, and most importantly, stories from communities moving forward with solutions.
The Climate Reality Project was set up by Al Gore, and does some interesting work.
While it won’t convince the die-hard “sceptics”, for those interested in the connection between climate change and extreme weather events it is well worth watching. I’m curious to see what solutions are proposed.