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When we become a father, mother, aunt, uncle, and grandparent for the very first time, our world changes forever; it really does. Holding our newborn for the first time envelopes us with feelings of incredible joy, but also with feelings … Continue reading

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Climate Papa Josh Lawler, Associate Professor at the School of Forest Resources at The University of Washington, studies how human activities affect ecological systems at large spatial scales. More specifically, he is looking at how human created climate change is … 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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