Category Archives: Earth Day is Every Day

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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LOOK NO FURTHER – It’s us. While we all have different abilities and degrees of opportunity and power with which to make a difference, we all can and must do what we can. That’s why I’m heading to Washington DC … Continue reading

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Recently, a reporter from a major New York City newspaper contacted me. She wanted some comments for an article she is writing. New York media has a huge market with an international reach and being contacted by this newspaper isn’t … Continue reading

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Earth Week, Earth Month, Earth Day…Earth Day is EVERY day. As Climate Mamas and Papas, we know that for you and your family, Earth Day truly is every day. From all of us at ClimateMama, we want to say a … Continue reading

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So, can it be as simple as do three things? Clearly, if healing the world was simple, our planet would certainly be a much healthier place already. But there are things each of us can do, and together we can … Continue reading

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“Stay Woke” Of the many wonderful, incredible and memorable signs from the Washington, DC Women’s March, that I read, saw, laughed at and cried with, a small minimally decorated sign, “Stay Woke,” sticks in my mind. We must stay “woke,” … Continue reading

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ClimateMama is honored to partner with the Women’s Earth And Climate Action Network (WECAN) in the lead up to the next round of global climate talks – COP22 – which will be held in Marrakech, Morocco beginning November 7, 2016. … Continue reading

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For many of us the summer season is prime time to get reacquainted with fresh fruits and vegetables at the same time as we get reacquainted with our local farmers! Summer is often a great time to promote healthier living … Continue reading

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As the lazy days of summer spread slowly before us, getting our children outdoors and into nature is an important part of learning about how special our planet is, what’s at stake and why and what we must do to … Continue reading

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The divestment movement began on college campuses several years ago and has quickly spread to houses of worship, individual investment portfolios, state, public pension funds and private company investments. 350.org has been a leading force in driving this movement and … Continue reading

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