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Just in time for Halloween our partners at Communitopia and Don’t Just Sit There, Do Something led by one of our favorite Climate Mamas, Joylette Portlock, have created an engaging, humorous and fun new video, “Energy Bill Movie.” None of … Continue reading

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If you’ve been following the news, you’ve probably heard that many places around the United States are already seeing record breaking temperatures. In Phoenix, Arizona, temperatures soared near 120 degrees, a point at which planes are grounded. On June 20th, … Continue reading

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At Climate Mama, we are inspired every day by the power of people. Our “climate hope” and our hope for our children, their future and now is fortified by the stories and commitment of amazing individuals who make our world … 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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If you’re like most parents in the U.S.A, you know that teaching kids to save water is a constant struggle. Kids, whatever the age, are fascinated by water, and often don’t understand where water comes from, or that it’s a … Continue reading

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For many of us who took part in the Peoples Climate March, either in person or by cheering on friends and family who could be in New York on our behalf, the euphoria may have passed, but the urgency to … Continue reading

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How to change a light bulb..? It seems like a pretty simple question, but for many of us, it isn’t as straightforward or as simple as it used to be, so this can create confusion and wrong choices! Our friends … Continue reading

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At ClimateMama, we are pleased to be supporters of Greenpeace and its campaign to have LEGO break their co-promotion with Shell. We have shared numerous wonderful videos that promote Greenpeace’s campaign to convince Lego that it is making a real … Continue reading

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Greenpeace hit the streets recently, to show off LEGO’s latest collaboration with Shell. Like many of our Climate Mamas and Papas, we love LEGO. But we don’t love their partnership with Shell. The last few weeks, over a half a … Continue reading

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Update 7/16: The Greenpeace YouTube video “Lego is not Awesome” is back..! Woohoo..See below Also, Greenpeace has an awesome new toolkit of activities so that families can be part of a global wave of protest calling on LEGO to cut … Continue reading

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