Category Archives: Schools and Colleges

At Climate Mama, we are constantly looking for new ways to connect with our children on climate change. We want to not only help them understand the realities, but also to reinforce for them that we are “on the job” … Continue reading

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As Climate Mamas and Papas, we know that 2015 is a seminal year for climate solutions. While the “Road to Paris” may formally end in mid-December when countries under United Nations auspices announce their plans to reduce greenhouse gases and … Continue reading

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Attention all Climate Mamas and Papas, please take a moment and join us in signing this Avaaz petition. Together, we are putting our world leaders on notice, and demanding that they “cut the red tape” and “act on climate”… Take … Continue reading

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At the start of each New Year, Bill and Melinda Gates outline their goals for their organization – the Gates Foundation – in an Annual Letter. In their 2015 letter, released on January 22st, they also share their goals and … Continue reading

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A while back we did a book review of “Nurturing the Soul of Your Family” by Renée Trudeau. Over the past few years, many of us at ClimateMama have been reading non-stop, climate related books, and to take the “time” … Continue reading

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Recently, many of our Climate Mamas and Papas have been sharing with us how their college kids are getting them excited about real climate solutions – on and beyond campuses – through the success of college “Divestment” campaigns. We are … Continue reading

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At ClimateMama, we regularly work with interns to help us with various tasks. We love learning from bright, engaging and motivated young people. We also enjoy giving them an opportunity to learn more about climate change and about how our … Continue reading

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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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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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Tweet Share Sadly, we are reminded daily about how vulnerable we are to natural disasters and unnatural ones, as headlines about floods and shootings seem to jump out at us from our daily news feeds with increasing regularity. And more … Continue reading

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