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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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At ClimateMama, we work hard to shine a spotlight on Climate Mamas and Papas on the front lines of fossil fuel infrastructure expansion – those who are fighting to stop pipelines, wells, compressor stations and more, in order to protect … Continue reading

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Looking back five years, 2011 seemed to be a time of new understanding as the role, place and impact of human beings on our planet earth was re-examined. In the United States a sense of optimism was ignited, building hope … Continue reading

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On October 26th, 15 mothers, fathers, aunts, uncles, brothers and sisters were arrested in New York City on 49th street and 3rd avenue in a non-violent act of civil disobedience – blocking a doorway to a building where the office … Continue reading

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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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