Rangers great Richter says sport brings focus to climate change’s thin ice
(Reuters) – With a 15-year career making clutch saves as the legendary goalie for the New York Rangers, Mike Richter knows the importance of keeping your cool.
It stands to reason, then, that the 53-year-old Hall of Famer, who won the Stanley Cup title in 1994, has found a welcome second act in combating climate change.
“It’s always been of interest to me, for many, many reasons,” said Richter. “One is just practical: We have limited resources and more people each year.”
Richter preaches the principles of efficiency and performance… (continue reading at Reuters.com)