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RC Webinars listing through July 2021

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An important and timely new pamphlet:

Parents and the Climate Crisis

By Marya Axner, RC International 
Reference Person for Parents;

and Tresa Elguera,
editor of the 
RC journal The Caring Parent 

Successfully dealing with the climate crisis is at the front and center for parents. The reason is clear: Their children’s and grandchildren’s futures depend on it! 

The new pamphlet Parents and the Climate Crisis has useful thinking about the following:

  • How can I make a difference? Is my voice significant?
  • How can I pay attention to this issue when I am already overwhelmed with being a parent and trying to raise a family?
  • How do I handle racism, sexism, classism, and other oppressions that affect my family and address the climate crisis at the same time?
  • How do I talk with my children about the climate crisis? How do I help them with their fears about it?
  • How can I unload my own fears, so I don’t communicate worry to my children? How do I get support for myself?
  • How can I partner with my children to take action?
  • How do we build a new world based on people caring about each other and treating each other well?

You will be inspired as you read about parents who are taking powerful leadership and working with their children to address the crisis. 

Both parents and non-parents will be empowered by Parents and the Climate Crisis. And it is written to be accessible to non-RCers as well as RCers. In addition to ordering a copy for yourself, consider giving it to parents you know. It’s a great way to support them during this challenging time.

Print version: $3.00 (U.S.), plus postage and handling

Downloadable PDF: $2.00 (U.S.)

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(Present Time 204, July 2021)

Last modified: 2021-10-20 21:28:35+00