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As you begin to think about holidays and gifts (gasp!), here is an easy one for all our Climate Mamas and Papas to support and get behind. Check out “Hybrid Hip-Hop” a fun and educational album, that empowers kids to … Continue reading

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Tweet Share BOO..and Happy Halloween!! We thought we would bring back EIGHT of our halloween posts, some of our “oldies (and not so oldies) but goodies,” in case you missed them the first time around. Enjoy, and do let us … Continue reading

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Tweet Share As we continue to remember and remind ourselves, where we were and what was happening, one year ago when Superstorm Sandy struck the east coast of the United States, below you will find photos, taken within one mile … Continue reading

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Tweet Share My neighborhood is “neat and tidy” today, lawns are mowed and leaves are raked to the curb. Very few reminders of Superstorm Sandy are visible on the one year anniversary of the storm, unless you look closely at … Continue reading

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As we come up on the one year anniversary of Superstorm Sandy, in New Jersey, the state that I live in, sadly many people are still living the Sandy “nightmare.” Our state hasn’t yet updated needed and necessary flood maps … Continue reading

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On October 23rd, I spoke at the Region 2, Environmental Protection Agency’s Listening Session in New York City. Of the 41 speakers in the morning, almost without exception, all spoke strongly in favor of the need to stop global warming … Continue reading

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As Climate Mamas and Papas, we know that carbon pollution from fossil fuels is driving climate change, but many people, including our friends, family and neighbors don’t understand the countless ways we’re already paying for it – from taxes for … Continue reading

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Every day across America, we are learning more about the process of hydraulic fracturing or “fracking” and what it means to our families and our communities. But too often these days, it seems that this information is blasting at us … Continue reading

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At ClimateMama, we love to support campaigns and organizations doing “good” for people around the world, and to use our knowledge and experience working on Climate Change to help connect the dots. Founded in 2007, Blog Action Day brings together … Continue reading

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According to the National Drought Mitigation Center, at the end of September 2013, over 45% of the lower 48 states were experiencing moderate to worse drought conditions. While this is a big improvement from the end of September 2012, when … Continue reading

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