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Life Inside an RV, Preparing for the Worst

After Hurricane Sandy, Lisse knew she needed to drastically change her lifestyle, and that meant forsaking everything

DoDo you know where to find water in an emergency if it gets shut off and you can’t buy it from a store? Do you know what to pack in your bug out bag? Tuna packets. Nuts. Mini flashlight. Compact…




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Emily Raboteau

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Emily Raboteau is a longform essayist and CUNY professor whose most recent work focuses on the climate crisis.

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