Climate activist Susan Glickman says we must fix the source of the crisis not just build seawalls

Susan Glickman, who has been advocating for policies to address climate change for 20 years, told WMNF WaveMakers Tuesday that Florida is finally admitting it has a problem and trying to mitigate the effects of rising sea levels. But that’s like buying more towels to mop up the bathroom floor flooded by an overflowing sink. We have to also have to turn off the flow of carbon emissions, the source of climate change.