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I love my kids, my family and humanity. I love skiing, equality, travel, hiking and coffee. Some of these things, like my children, I literally could not live with out. Losing some of these others things would make me very … Continue reading

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Everyone I talk to these days tells me how busy and hectic their lives are. As parents we have limited time, technology distracts us and our children 24/7, and our family’s rhythm which more then not revolves around getting to … Continue reading

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At ClimateMama, our car of choice is a hybrid, and we get around 42 miles to the gallon. We have test drove various electric cars and some of us are considering that option. For many of use though, we don’t … Continue reading

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We are thrilled to share this guest post with you by Climate Mama extra ordinaire Lauri Kraft and we look forward to sharing future posts with you as well! Lauri and her family are making their way around the world … Continue reading

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Tweet Share We are incredibly honored to introduce you to someone that we at ClimateMama have had the privilege of working with, getting to know and watch in action, with awe: the indomitable Maya van Rossum. Maya is our Wonder … Continue reading

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Tweet Share Happy Halloween! We, in North America have taken the celebration of ghosts, goblins and monsters to an extreme, and on October 31st we will be ringing in this festive and spooky holiday in a myriad of ways. What’s … Continue reading

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Tweet Share One of our favorite Climate Mamas, Joylette Portlock and Don’t Just Sit There, Do Something, were at it again helping us understand, in an easy and understandable way, how we can all “Draw the Line” on the Keystone … Continue reading

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Tweet Share The much-anticipated Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change AR5 (Fifth Assessment Report) will be released at the end of September 2013. Through earlier leaked draft versions many sources tell us that we can expect the report to confirm that: … Continue reading

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Tweet Share Seeing the “forest through the trees” isn’t often as easy as it looks. And getting to the facts on climate change, it’s causes, current and future scenarios are too often obscured and hidden, particularly in the USA, through … Continue reading

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Tweet Share Are you joining a “Draw the Line” event on September 21st? As many of our Climate Mamas and Papas know, at ClimateMama we have strongly advocated for and support a final and resounding NO decision on the Keystone … Continue reading

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