I'm on the lawn. Standing with Ollie Langridge. Again. Like him, I too am a very scared, very concerned parent. Like him, millions of mothers in NZ and around the world are feeling anxious and deeply afraid for our children's future. Like him, I want you to start actively working on solid plans to transition our country so our children will have a viable future on a liveable planet. The United Kingdom has declared a climate emergency. Ireland has declared a climate emergency.
An open letter to Parliament: #3 Dear Jacinda, Simon, Winston, Marama, James, David, Labour Party, National Party, NZ First, Green Party of Aotearoa NZ, and Act Party and all other political parties. Tēnā koutou katoa, My name is Alicia and I am still a very concerned mother. I am also not going away until we have a proper conversation around how or even if you are going to lead us forward through the Climate Crisis. They say it's always darkest before the dawn. Right now it
We all want action now. We all want to transition from our reliance on fossil fuels now. We all want accountability from you now. We all want political parties working together now. #apathytoaction #climateaction #abovepolitics The first of many: https://www.newstalkzb.co.nz/news/national/iwi-leader-suing-government-over-failure-to-protect-maori-from-climate-change/ Talk soon Alicia #climatechange #climatecrisis #climatejustice
An open letter to Parliament: #1 Dear Jacinda, Simon, Winston, Marama, James, David, Labour Party, National Party, NZ First, Green Party of Aotearoa NZ, and Act Party and all other political parties. Tēnā koutou katoa, My name is Alicia and I am a very concerned mother. By 2050 my eldest child will be my age and my youngest two in their late 30s. I can’t bear to think about what their experience will be like then. They will not have choice, they will be in the middle of a bre
Hi! Welcome to Millions of Mothers. On the 24th of May, 15,000 youth and their supporters in NZ and 1.5 million youth around the world stood up and marched telling me, you and the leaders of the world that we no longer have the luxury of burying our heads in the sand anymore. This feels like a scary thing to start but this is our line in the sand and we would love to have and invite more people to join the team to move forward to create an intersectional and diverse movement.