The whole world of climate change is much too big for any one person to wrap their arms around. So I decided to break it down; just focus on one thing at a time.
But I worry. I am my father’s daughter and have inherited a number of traits from him. Is it possible that I also unconsciously disparage other people’s experience?
I don’t know why, but the thing about climate change that most excites (and distresses) me is not the science or the economics. It’s the talking and listening part.
I sat forward in my seat when I heard Robin Ganahl speak this weekend at a climate conference. She has a quiet, steady, purposeful presence—just what is needed in her role as community team leader for Mothers Out Front, a national advocacy organization mobilizing for a livable climate.
The world needs to hear your sweet voice. Now, more than ever. Pick one issue. Give your heart and attention to it. Trust that everyone else will do what they do best. Stay in it for the long haul. Celebrate all your successes. Big and small. Get bolstered and buoyed by community. See the […]