Local Photographer Warns Briarcliff of Climate Change

Briarcliff Manor resident Maxine Olson knows it can be challenging for one person to fight climate change.

“How an individual can make a difference is the $64 million question I think,” Olson said before a presentation on climate change Tuesday night at the Briarcliff Manor Public Library. “It’s an important point that the individual needs to get involved. But until we get to the tipping point where we get enough people making that statement, our own efforts are going to be small in comparison with the challenge.”

But one person can make a difference, said author and photographer J Henry Fair, who presented his book “The Day After Tomorrow: Images of our Earth in Crisis” Tuesday night. Fair, who used to live in South Salem, has traveled the world taking images of climate change. The pictures illustrate the idea of thinking globally while acting locally, Fair said… Read more

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