How an Ordinary Citizen Can Impact Climate Policy

Pictured above: Jenna Chippendale (Constituent Advocate for Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney), Krystal Ford, and Olga Anderson By Krystal Ford A few months after President Trump’s inauguration, I found myself wandering the halls of an Activist Fair with other kindred spirits, looking for a workshop to satisfy my desire to act. In a way, the activist fair was like matchmaking for scared and angry citizens.  After … Continue reading How an Ordinary Citizen Can Impact Climate Policy

Local School Boards Pass Climate Change Resolutions Across the Country

By Krystal Ford Several months into my son’s first year of Kindergarten I could only name half the kids in my son’s class and a handful of staff at the Garrison School. I was still learning to navigate the unfamiliar terrain of pick-ups and drop-offs and how to find my son’s classroom without getting lost. But a few months later all that would change. In … Continue reading Local School Boards Pass Climate Change Resolutions Across the Country