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New Reality Strikes Wenatchee Family

Posted by Julie Gonzales Corbin and Roberta Riley at Jul 26, 2016 12:05 AM |

As wildfires rage, a father and son struggle to breathe. Will this family be forced to leave due to climate change?

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Desperate Times Deserve Desperate Measures

Posted by Cheri Cornell at Jul 09, 2016 07:53 PM |

Are we living in an ecosystem of climate denial?

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This Unflappable Farmer Rides the Wave of Climate Change with Science, Common Sense and a Three-letter Word

Posted by Roberta Riley at Jun 22, 2016 03:20 PM |

Grant County farmer Jim Baird updates Climate Adventures on how he’s bringing food to our tables, despite climate change. Here’s how does he it.

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School of Thoughts: Student Storytellers Reflect on Their Climate Futures

Posted by Julie Gonzales Corbin and Roberta Riley at Jun 08, 2016 12:50 PM |

Budding young filmmakers burst onto the scene at the University of Washington's Climate Change Film Competition.

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Climate Adventures Show and Tell Sparks a Lively Discussion in Bellingham

Posted by Roberta Riley at Jun 03, 2016 12:17 AM |

Western Washington University recently welcomed CoolMom Roberta Riley to the podium of the Huxley College Speakers Series where she facilitated an afternoon of spirited audience participation.

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Comments (2)

JoBea Holt Apr 22, 2013 01:23 PM
Hey, I just put Climate Moms in iBooks (search for it in iTunes). I worked hard to clearly explain climate change and link it to things you can do to improve our environment. This is especially important for moms!

Check it out. It has lots of fun pictures, too!

JoBea Holt
marie denz Feb 15, 2015 07:24 AM
Unhappy with the weather stripping on exterior doors, I stumbled on this idea as I prepared to throw out the long cardboard tube(about 30 ") from a used up roll of wrapping paper. I sliced it in hapf with a box cutter. Then fit it into the gap around two wooden exterior doors which are at least 30 years old. I don't like sticky insulation that messes up the door frame. These are removable and clean..Voila, no more gaps and seepage of cold air .