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The parent juggle is real. Do you ever wonder what you can do about climate change? What are other parents doing to create change? How are they dealing with the emotional toll of being a parent in an era of climate change?
We are excited to help launch ‘Now What Now’ - a podcast about parents and carers figuring out how to act on climate while navigating their work and family life. Created and produced by Mei and Rosa, two incredible mums uncovering ‘stories’ of how parents are finding their place in climate action to inspire others.
Meet the parents who:
Parents who have experienced climate grief, have felt stuck and out of their depth (or overwhelmed) but ultimately have chosen to lead with active hope. They show us that a parent’s love is a powerful thing and what being part of a supportive community enables.
Listen to these raw and honest stories of five everyday parents who are key volunteers or members of Australian Parents For Climate Action, Claire, David, Hannah, Jasper and Louise, and how they found their place in climate action.
We hope you can draw strength, optimism and inspiration from these stories.
Together, parents are powerful.
PS: We’d love to hear what you think. At Australian Parents for Climate Action we are keen to learn about what you are most interested in hearing about and whether this podcast speaks to you. Would you mind sharing your thoughts on what you like about this podcast and what you’d like to see more of? By sharing your feedback here, you’ll be helping our team design more content that parents want more of.Share Tweet
Australian Parents for Climate Action meet and work on the lands of Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander people and respect that sovereignty of those lands was never ceded. We pay respect to Elders, past and present and emerging, and acknowledge the pivotal role that Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander people continue to play within the Australian community.