Building Resilient Communities July 11, 2016
KXCI Community Radio
July 10, 2016
Radio interview with PSR Arizona’s Dr. Barb Warren and Gene Einfrank on how neighborhoods can band together to adapt to climate change and survive heat waves and power outages.
“What would you do during an extensive power outage? How long could you get by? Dr. Barbara Warren and Gene Einfrank from the Building Resilient Communities Working Group of Physicians for Social Responsibility say that the single most important factor in survival could be how well you know your neighbors. They facilitate workshops for local neighborhood groups and others interested in learning how to work together to adapt to climate change through social cohesion.”
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