Archive | climate change

Supporting the People’s Climate March



Like so many, I want to drop everything and travel to New York City for the People’s Climate March. As I’m sure many of you can relate to, I have full time work, two-days of kid activities to wrangle, and a local political action meeting to host this weekend. I would love to be heading to […]

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Vermonters, Renewable Energy, and Slow Democracy



(first posted at Moms Clean Air Force) Vermont is one of the greenest and healthiest states in the nation. Our roads don’t have billboards, and you won’t find a McDonald’s in our capital city, Montpelier. These things didn’t happen by accident. Vermonters are generally a fiercely independent, community minded bunch. They don’t like to be […]

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7 Facts about Climate Change (from MomsRising #EcoTipTue chat)



(first posted at MomsRising.org) I love hosting the MomsRising weekly tweet chat called #EcoTipTue. Truly.  It is an honor to learn and tweet with people who know what they are talking about and are passionate about improving our world. So I was delighted to have National Geographic Science blogger Greg Laden on our weekly show. He is a bioantropoligist, […]

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Why I’m going to the MomsRising and EPA Teleconference and TwitterChat



(First posted at MomsRising.org. This event is TOMORROW! Hope you can join us.) The EPA is asking for our input. From people like you and me. Regular parents. They want to know what you think about climate, clean air and child’s health. This week, MomsRising is hosting a teleconference and TwitterChat with none other than Gina McCarthy, […]

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