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Many of us have heard the saying “The solution to pollution is dilution.” Perhaps when the world’s population was significantly smaller and we hadn’t yet invented the toxins and types of pollutants that we have now, this might have been … Continue reading

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We recently had the good fortune of meeting Darren Hill – an Oregon based Climate Papa extraordinaire! Darren wears many hats, including Polar Research Team volunteer member and most importantly, father of five. Darren heads out to Greenland with an … Continue reading

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The United Nations Climate Conference in Paris concluded on December 12, 2015. The most significant take away from the Conference is that 195 countries have agreed and come to terms with what scientists around the world have been telling us … Continue reading

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All we can..that’s what we are going to give them. We are going to help slow down this climate crisis we unknowingly put in motion, and now knowingly have the capacity to change… In 40 or 50 years…The world WILL … Continue reading

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This weekend, across the globe, Climate Mamas and Papas are marching for healthy living, healthy foods and a clear and transparent approach to what we feed our families. The March Against Monsanto targets one of the worlds largest chemical and … Continue reading

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Joylette Portlock, creative genius and ClimateMama extraordinaire knocks it out of the park with this wonderful music video and parody. Grab the kids in your life and sing along to this Taylor Swift riff: “The Future can be great, great, … Continue reading

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As parents, our ClimateMama community is well in tune with our collective and individual responsibilities as parents; to create as safe and secure a future and now that we can for our children and ourselves. We have done the research … Continue reading

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“Tell the truth, actions speak louder then words, and don’t be afraid”…our mantra at ClimateMama and how we show our children that we are facing climate change head on and with our eyes wide open. At times, we all feel … Continue reading

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“No challenge — no challenge — poses a greater threat to future generations than climate change. 2014 was the planet’s warmest year on record. Now, one year doesn’t make a trend, but this does — 14 of the 15 warmest years on record have all fallen … Continue reading

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On December 14, 2014 we lost a champion, a warrior and a leader. Theo Colborn “connected the dots.” She dedicated the last 30 years of her life to “compiling and disseminating the scientific evidence on the health and environmental problems … Continue reading

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