“Do you work?” — wrong question to ask a stay-at-home mom. “Been busy?” — wrong question to ask a mom working any combination of office/home/shuttling kids duties.
If you’re a mom, of course you’re busy. Of course you have way too much to do in any given day, and you don’t always hear a thank you for little things like clean laundry, healthy food on the table, volunteering at church, or even the paycheck you’re contributing. It’s your resilience, caring heart and resourcefulness that makes you the ideal person to educate the world about the urgency to act on climate change.
Climate change is not some abstraction, and it’s too important to be political. It’s a scientifically based concern with real world solutions supported by many moms just like you.
Please consider joining other moms in New York City next month for the historic People’s Climate March. Get more details when you RSVP here with Moms Clean Air Force.