Elisabeth Champ has volunteered in the wake of disasters in Haiti, Japan and the Philippines. She talks about her experience while volunteering after super storm Sandy struck New York. For Elisabeth, Sandy was a wake-up call and she hopes that it'll lead to the US paying more attention to climate change. What do you think? Is the climate change conversation in the US changing post "Sandy"?
Category: Climate/natural disasters: Climate change, Floods/storms
Location: New York, NY