Climate Change: Don’t Make Our Kids Fight Our Battles – Cute Video


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We are at war, really..And it’s time we woke up and faced the truth. Many of us are fighting battles along the way, a pipeline here a big factory farm and mountain top coal removal there, but the long and the short of it is – we are at war. We are fighting for our children’s future; a future where human created greenhouse gas emissions are stopped, and a renewable energy world is a reality.

We have two choices:
1. To fight for a livable world for our children or;
2. To continue to put our heads in the sand and ignore the FACTS that scientists are shouting at us and Mother nature is pounding us with.

We have and will talk more about the battles (tell us what which ones you are fighting..let us help, we are stronger together.) But for RIGHT NOW, grab the kids in your life and prepare to smile. Watch this cute “G” rated video that our friends at ClimateNexus thought all our Climate Mamas and Papas would enjoy. Thanks of course and always to our partners at Moms Clean Air Force, we really love this one and so appreciate all you are doing to “connect the dots” between clean air, our kids health and climate change!

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2 Responses to Climate Change: Don’t Make Our Kids Fight Our Battles – Cute Video

  1. Ronnie says:

    Thanks for sharing the video, ClimateMama…and our kids and grandkids will thank you for all you do to educate parents and children about climate change.

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