Volunteer Spotlight: Erika Robertson

Volunteer Spotlight: Erika Robertson

Volunteer Spotlight: Erika Robertson, a Climate Justice Steward This year, you can feel the momentum building for climate action. You can feel it just by talking with our ever-growing community of volunteers and activists, like we did when we met Erika. Hear from...
Unions Prepare for the Clean Energy Revolution

Unions Prepare for the Clean Energy Revolution

As Political Action Director at the electrical workers union IBEW, Shaunie Wheeler knows Labor can be a catalyst for progressive issues, like climate change. IBEW, also known as the electrical workers union, is one of the largest IBEW Local Unions within the United...
For Moms, Making a Better Future Is a Top Priority

For Moms, Making a Better Future Is a Top Priority

Climate change and animal welfare has always been a concern for Sylvia Moss. But when she became a mom, wanting a better future for this world—and for her son—turned “Technicolor.” “Becoming a mom has made me hyper-sympathetic to the climate change...
A Faithful Approach to Fighting Climate Change

A Faithful Approach to Fighting Climate Change

When Reverend Marilyn Cornwell arrived at the Church of the Ascension in Magnolia five years ago, just a handful of church members were active in the environmental movement. Today, environmental stewardship is a central mandate for the entire congregation. At first...
Caring for Others Means Caring About Climate Change

Caring for Others Means Caring About Climate Change

Amelia Kaune is a Registered Labor and Delivery nurse and is mom to a five-year-old son. Caring for others—whether it’s moms and newborns or her own family—is second nature for Kaune. That’s why she’s worried about global warming. “When we’re unified we can make...
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