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What can we do to slow down the impacts of climate change in our communities? We get asked this question all the time as families grapple with the realities of climate change and partisan politics get’s in the way of … Continue reading

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At Climate Mama, we are inspired every day by the power of people. Our “climate hope” and our hope for our children, their future and now is fortified by the stories and commitment of amazing individuals who make our world … Continue reading

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ClimateMama took part in the Beyond Extreme Energy (BXE) actions in Washington, DC, from May 21-29, 2015. Over 70 organizations – big and small – individuals, families and new friends from all around the country came together to call out … Continue reading

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Back in 2013, we shared information with our Climate Mamas and Papas about a proposed infrastructure project just off the coasts of New York City and the New Jersey shore, that to us sounded more like a campfire horror story, … Continue reading

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2 years ago today, my family woke up with no power, downed trees and fallen power lines. Today, I have new solar panels on my home. On October 29th, 2012 we woke to find ourselves trapped in our dead end … Continue reading

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If you’re like most parents in the U.S.A, you know that teaching kids to save water is a constant struggle. Kids, whatever the age, are fascinated by water, and often don’t understand where water comes from, or that it’s a … Continue reading

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At ClimateMama, we are pleased to be supporters of Greenpeace and its campaign to have LEGO break their co-promotion with Shell. We have shared numerous wonderful videos that promote Greenpeace’s campaign to convince Lego that it is making a real … Continue reading

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Greenpeace hit the streets recently, to show off LEGO’s latest collaboration with Shell. Like many of our Climate Mamas and Papas, we love LEGO. But we don’t love their partnership with Shell. The last few weeks, over a half a … Continue reading

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Among the various proverbs, sayings, myths and fables we all share with our children, one that is loved and used often is the “three wise monkeys (or frogs!)”- see no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil; hence, there is … Continue reading

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I want to share a special story, about my dearest friend and BFF Lynn, her husband Rob, and their 3 children, who live in the town of Katonah, New York. Theirs is a tale about mindfulness, giving back, and recycling… … Continue reading

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