November 5, 2012 -- Cara Horowitz, the Andrew Sabin Family Foundation executive director of the Emmett Center on Climate Change and the Environment, commented on whether Hurricane Sandy may bring attention to the issue of global climate change. Her comments appear in a Los Angeles Times article.
TV footage of floodwaters swallowing the entrances to New York's subway system is bound to leave an impression in the national consciousness, said Cara Horowitz, executive director of UCLA's Emmett Center on Climate Change and the Environment. "I think you can't overstate the value of those images constantly barraging the American public."
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