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From November 7th to November 21st, each work week day,  people have been gathering in Trenton, New Jersey to talk, to sing, and to share their concerns and hopes about our climate emergency. Many of the people gathered in Trenton, as well … Continue reading

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Breaking: From November 7th to November 21st, a water-only fast opposing any and all new fossil fuel infrastructure in New Jersey will be undertaken in Trenton and elsewhere around the state. People  around the country have also committed to fast, to show … Continue reading

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Twelve years ago my daughter was seven and my son was eight. Twelve years ago I had recently moved from New York City to New Jersey and ClimateMama was still a dream. I feel like I have hardly aged, and … Continue reading

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August 23rd, 2011 is a day I will remember forever. At approximately 1:30pm I was being released from jail in Washington, DC.  Earlier in the day, with 60 new and dear friends, I was arrested in front of the White … Continue reading

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Could a ban on fracking drilling be enough to protect the land, flora fauna, people and WATER of the Delaware River Basin? Would water withdrawals from the Delaware to enable fracking in other regions, including as well the storage, processing … Continue reading

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On Tuesday, January 9th, along with many other Climate Mamas and Papas, I testified in New York City in support of the Clean Power Plan; the Obama administration’s plan for the US to meet it’s stated obligations under the Paris … Continue reading

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In  early December, the Delaware River Basin Commission (DRBC) released  draft rules on permanently banning fracking in the Delaware River Basin. The rules are a mixed bag, peranently banning fracking operations in the Basin –  but at the same time … Continue reading

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We march for women, we march for jobs, for healthcare, for justice, for the climate and we march for science, facts and the truth. Our children are beside us, behind us and in front of us. For so many of … Continue reading

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Each day, as 2016 counts down and more and more cabinet posts are announced from President-Elect Trump’s transition team, and as more and more revelations about foreign government involvement in our elections are revealed, at ClimateMama we are feeling more … Continue reading

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At ClimateMama, we work hard to shine a spotlight on Climate Mamas and Papas on the front lines of fossil fuel infrastructure expansion – those who are fighting to stop pipelines, wells, compressor stations and more, in order to protect … Continue reading

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