aftermath of hurricane katrina

in the aftermath of the devastating effect of tropical storm Ondoy (international code name: Ketsana) w/c dumped the heaviest rainfall in the Philippines, am posting this link about the stunning pictures in the photo-essay on New Orleans.

Thomas Dworzak’s poignant essay on New Orleans in the wake of Hurricane Katrina provides an eyewitness account of one of America’s most horrific natural disasters.

if things like tis affects our loved ones….we’ll all likely change our perceptions regarding climate change….



  1. October 4, 2009 at 1:23 pm

    Thanks Eric. Your words are truly inspirational.

  2. Eric said,

    September 27, 2009 at 9:01 pm

    dear ms. nancy,

    don’t despair….there is hope!

    There’s a Movement emerging on Planet Earth, new ways of living which will take us beyond the crises of our age into a world that works for all.

    Our work is helping to build the movement of awake, committed, engaged people, an invitation we extend to everyone.

    Who we can be, and what we can do at this point in history has never been so significant, or so much fun.

    2join, visit d link:


  3. September 27, 2009 at 7:29 pm

    Climate change is effecting every country. Is there
    anything we can do at our level to control it? While at high school, I signed a campaign to “Go Green, Promote Green” but nothing big ever happened. This is one cause we all would certainly like to get involved into if only we know how?

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