It's incredibly powerful when parents share stories about how and why they became involved in climate action.
We all know the feeling of being overwhelmed by the future facing our kids, being confused by the information and misinformation confronting us on a daily basis, and unsure about whether anything we do will make a difference. We also know that collective action is the antidote for many of those feelings.
In Climate Action, a 21st Century Parenting Skill, recently posted on the British Columbia Council for International Cooperation (BCCIC) website, Marian Hakze, founding member of For Our Kids North Vancouver, shares her climate action journey. Perhaps her story will resonate with you; perhaps it will motivate you to share your own story. We'd love to hear from you!