Superstorm Sandy’s hurricane force winds brought those words to the minds and hearts of many people last week.
And started a conversation.
NYC Mayor Mike Bloomberg endorsed President Obama, citing Climate Change.
Non-partisan political pundits called Climate Change the October surprise no one saw coming.
Global financial entities calculated the costs of insuring against future Sandy-strength events.
Millions of Americans found themselves personally affected.
Sustainability heavy-weight Andrew Winston blogged about the costs and consequences of Climate Change and Sandy for the Harvard Business Review.
And Businessweek chimed in with a front-page story headlined, “It’s Global Warming, Stupid.”
I’m glad that more people are talking about Climate Change, even as I am heartsick, from my front-row seat as a New Jersey native and resident, at so much devastating loss.
In the wake of Sandy’s destruction, here’s hoping that we can now begin working concretely, practically and steadfastly on Climate Change challenges.
(Climate) Change is truly in the wind.